Write more, Love more. This tagline is printed on the window of Shindig Paperie in Fayetteville, Arkansas, and what a great tagline it is. My new quest to write 52 letters in 2015 gave me the perfect excuse to visit. This well-curated shoppe filled with all things paper is located downtown just off the square. Downstairs. There’s something about a downstairs business (in a historic building—look at those bricks!) that makes for an intriguing shoppe rather than just another run-of-the-paper-mill store.
Oh my heart did a little flip flop when I walked into this place. (Dallas crafty obsessed friends: it’s like a cozier version of Paper Source at Northpark…)
Cards and paper and pens and calendars and postcards and teeny tiny clothespins I’ve been wanting forever (because certain projects beg for them) and I could go on and on.
LOOK at this notepad I found.
How do I love this paper made by Sugarboo Designs? Let me explain the ways—from the old-fashioned notebook paper it’s printed on to the pre-printed inspirational messages at the bottom. Each page includes a perforated stub. Tear off and scatter into the world as you please...tuck one under a pillow or inside a lunchbox, throw one on a dashboard or sneak it into a pocket, string onto a gift or hide inside a book, roll it up and float it out to sea. Anything is possible – Anything can be!
Three weeks into January, and I’m on track with my #52Letters project. I’ve mailed three handwritten letters:)
“Let your heart dance with pen and paper
Now fill the paper with dancing letters.”
― Debasish Mridha
Grace Grits and Gardening
Farm. Food. Garden. Life.
[tweetthis]Let your heart dance with pen and paper. @ShindigPaperie #52Letters2015 #writemorelovemore[/tweetthis]
P.S. This is not a sponsored post, but I wish it was!
Build Me Up Buttercup, The Foundations