The theme for August was "Shine," an aptly-titled collection to reflect the last days of summer. In this electronic age, I think it's important to remember that handwritten communication is still a great way to stay in touch; it's so much more personal than a text message. I love that Nicely Noted sends out such gorgeous cards, all of which are curated to match the month's theme. They also come in little slipcovers so you can keep them in pristine shape until you decide to send them.
This month's cards were Thanks a Million by Hammerpress of Kansas City, Missouri; Shine Bright by Bench Pressed of Minneapolis, Minnesota; and Waves by Hable Construction in Brooklyn, New York. I love how vibrant they all are! I also liked that they're all blank on the inside, so you can write exactly what you want to say. I've always made my own cards for birthdays and other occasions because I've found that looking for the right card at the store is too frustrating--they all have cheesy, mass-produced messages on the inside.
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