Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Post for Boco-chan


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I've been sending some letters to friends lately and this is one that went out to Boco-chan, the photographer of my Japanese craft book. Being the brilliant photographer and life-documenting star that she is, Boco-chan took these lovely photos as she opened the letter.

(ありがとうBoco-chan for letting me post your images!)

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I used my perforation tool on Boco-chans envelope creating a little edge which she could tear open. I'm relieved it worked!

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Boco-chan collects many tickets and stamps from around the world and when I told this to my dad and Aunty Nin they started collecting tickets for her too!

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I also included a little handmade zine in Boco-chans package.

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Have you seen this lovely letter exhibition? or this pretty collection of letters? (Lisa also told me there is a cafe in Ghent where all things on the menu are named after a blog and there is a 'Hello Sandwich'!!! I am soooo curious to try a Hello Sandwich! )   You can also check my stationery album where I pin lovely handwritten letters.

Happy letter writing Sandwiches!

Love Love
Hello Sandwich
xoxo

9 comments:

  1. Beautiful letter! Boco-chan is lucky to receive such wonderful mail art from you.

    Where is the pom pom string from? It is lovely!!

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  2. wooowww so cute!! how to make that lovely pompom string?

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  3. Wow! Such pretty things that make all paper people happy!

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  4. wonderful....delightful...happy....lucky Boco-chan!

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  5. You have food named after you! How awesome!!! I LOVE that pompom string too and have been looking everywhere for it. One day I will visit Japan and just go nuts with buying craft supplies. Writing letters is the best fun. :-)

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  6. Where did you get your perforation tool? So cool...

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  7. Lovely, really lovely. The pom pom string seems to say: this will be a happy letter!
    I would be happy if I receive a post it in an envelope like this one!
    :)

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  8. cute letter...even most of us use social network to get connected..but I believe send letters more valuable

    xoxo Anisa

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  9. Ooh, lovely! Real paper post, it would be great to receive some from time to time! ^^

    I read about the place in Ghent. Since I live in Belgium I would like to go check it out! Do you know the name of this cafe? ^^

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