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Our January theme: Slow

Bea Brewer

January. It's a month of New Year's Resolutions, of fresh starts, of goals and the best of intentions. We're as excited as anyone, particularly as there are so many ideas bubbling in our mind for Lovely Paper for 2019.  So why is our theme for the month 'slow'?  Truth is, a lot of reasons.  Probably the biggest one is to keep ourselves in check. Eek.     Note to self: Slow. Down.  Over on Instagram, we've been chatting with you about what you want from us in 2019. We have all kinds of plans for new products for 2019... and, of course,...


Christmas card writing tips part four: Finishing touches

Bea Brewer

So you've done the hard yards, got your cards all written and tucked away inside their envelopes ready to go in the postbox.

Now it's time for the finishing touches. Here's a few ideas to make your Christmas cards extra special this year! 


Christmas card writing tips part three: What on earth to write

Bea Brewer

One of the nerve-wracking things about writing Christmas cards is figuring out what to write in those big, white, empty spaces.  (Do you sometimes long for those days when cards came with poems inside? Cheesy, yes - but all that room was taken up...)  Here's a few little tips on where to start when you're stuck with what to say.   Reflect I don’t know about you, but for me, 2018 has been a very busy year.   Christmas is a time for reflection, so this year, I’m committing to not just writing a little sentimental something in my Christmas cards, I’m going to...


Christmas card writing tips part two: Creating a ritual

Bea Brewer

Top tips to make writing your Christmas cards a pleasure, not a chore. Our advice to create a ritual for writing, so you can create touching moments with the Christmas cards you send this year.

Christmas card writing tips part one: Organising a Writing Date

Bea Brewer

Christmas card writing tips part one: Organising a Writing Date
Top tips to make writing your Christmas cards a pleasure, not a chore. Our advice to design a writing date night, so you can create touching moments with the Christmas cards you send this year.
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