More About the #30DayMailboxLove Challenge

Sign up for the free 30 Day Mailbox Love Challenge and receive a cute printable calendar and stationery. You'll get to shower your friends and family with love in the form of cards and letters this month! Get more ideas for creative snail mail at Little Girl Designs.

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Please note: the 30 Day Mailbox Love Challenge is now a course! I’ve included it with all three of my letter writing challenges and added extra goodies too! Click here to check it out.

I put together a quick video over on YouTube to share about the 30DayMailboxLove challenge for you to watch below. You’ll be able to see the illustrated calendar and some of the printable stationery that will be yours when you sign up. (This video was created when the challenge was an email series, so some of the information in the video is incorrect. Please visit this page to see all the up-to-date information about my letter writing challenges.)

Let’s do this!

I’m so excited about this challenge and would love for you to join me. You can join by clicking here.

Not sure what to write? Here are 18 letter-writing prompts to help you out and remember, you don’t have to write huge 10-page letters to your friends. A simple card with a few lines about what you’re up to work perfectly!

Stay tuned because I have many card-related posts coming at ya for the month of April. There will be some other creativity-related posts too but we’re going to really celebrate letter-writing month this time.

Hope you have a wonderful {and creative} day!

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2 thoughts on “More About the #30DayMailboxLove Challenge

  1. I’m so excited about this! Letters used to be a way-of-life for me. After my dad died, I put together a book of all the letters he wrote to me through the years (I was the only sibling to move away – the only one to have gotten letters). I made copies of that collection of Dad’s words and put them into books for each sibling and my mom. It meant the world to them and as the years have passed, I still treasure reading my dad’s thoughts and ideas and comments on daily life. I read his words and hear his voice and laughter and love. Thank you for giving me the incentive to do what I always loved doing. I’m excited about choosing my “5” and beginning again!

    1. Laurie, Thank you so much for your comment! Reading it got me teary-eyed–what a precious thing to have all of your dad’s letters gathered together in a book. I’m so glad you’re joining me with this challenge; it’s going to be a fun month! :)

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