Sharing ideas we’ve “seen elsewhere” communicates how much people think about writing letters, sending cards, and mailing greetings. AARP The Magazine shared half a dozen ideas for putting “your life on display” recently.
Two of the six ideas included greeting cards and letters.
1. Frame a miniature piece of art that you received on the cover of a greeting card. Yes, we agree – NestingCards’ artists have specially created each card knowing that recipients might want to frame the cards themselves as hangable art.
2. Handwritten letters can be incorporated into family photo walls in UV-protective frames. Another great idea. Imagine, your greetings hung as a framed memory as an ongoing story for family, friends, and guests to enjoy.
Some NestingCards recipients have saved cards from baby showers for happy nursery and midnight feeding reminders of good wishes from guests and beloved family members.
Other NestingCards recipients relive the shared stories by placing the cards on a mantel or desktop.
Still others tuck NestingCards into a loved one’s suitcase for discovery when a new destination is reached. Reminders of being loved, missed, and being cared for at home bring joy to travelers and family members alike.
Looking for ideas: When you are perusing magazines for ideas, how many times do you discover an item about writing letters, cards, or notes? Let us know what tips and ideas you find.
NestingCards idea videos: Welcome to NestingCards – YouTube
Photo note: A U.S. Map reminds us to send cards across town, and around the country! Also, see Earth Rotations set by Peg Owens for NestingCards.
Nesting shares ideas for using NestingCards® and tips for creating keepsake memories on these cards which are printed with original images and paintings on fine papers. The written word shares joy, creates memories, and can envelope a sense of home!
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