Thursday, September 26, 2013

Guest Post No. 26 Giveaway from Red Type Ink

Red Type Ink is a Toronto-based stationery co. that just launched in 2013 with their Red & Black Collection. The Red & Black Collection features anonymous woodcuts discovered in old, crumbling source books produced for designers creating Communist propaganda in the provincial cities and towns. Beautiful in their simplicity and evocation of daily life during the height of Maoist China, these cards are a great way to say hello.
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We'd love to offer THREE sets consisting of a postcard book and a box set to Paper Pastries readers.
To enter, leave a comment describing the last card you mailed, who it was sent to, and for what occasion. Entries accepted until October 10th, three winners will be announced October 11th. Good luck!

8 comments:

  1. I sent a hello card to my friend in Australia because I hadn't heard from her in a month...I live in FL!

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  2. Hm, the last card I sent? I believe that was a touristy postcard of Trier. I visited the city last Sunday with my mother and we decided to send a postcard to each of my brothers. My younger brother just moved out and now lives in a neighbouring country where he started studying, so we thought it would be nice for him to receive mail during his first days! So basically it was to say "hello, we thought of you and hope you are doing great!" via mail.

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  3. I haven't actually SENT this one...but I'd like to send it to the man who sits in jail because he decided to get drunk and beat me. Not the first time. I could use something happy right about now to counteract what I REALLY wanna send him!

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  4. The last one I sent out was a thank you card to the lovely people I worked with during my student rotation these past couple of months. Handwritten and via post is still the most personal way to go!

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  5. How exciting to find these designs! I love what you are doing with them. Anything that provides a glimpse into daily life in another culture is very interesting to me.

    The last card I mailed was just this past week, a hello card sent to a friend in another state who needed a little bit of cheer in her mailbox. :)

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  6. The last card I sent was a congratulatory one to my cousin after the birth of her baby :)

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  7. My niece- I made her a card for her birthday...

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  8. The last card I sent was a birthday card! I found an idea for a pop out balloon card on Pinterest and I personalised it myself. My sister loved it!

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