The Lovely Letters March 2015 | Facades and Nuances: The Lovely Letters March 2015

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

The Lovely Letters March 2015

I had the chance to participate in the Lovely Letters Snail Mail Exchange this month which is hosted every month by the LocalAdventurer blog. The premise is simple - you are paired with another blogger, you get a chance to get to know them and then you send each other a package with some trinkets (with a limit of $7) and a Lovely Letter.

My last exchange didn't go so well, but this time, I was paired with the Esther from the LocalAdventurer blog. Make sure that you check it out. Local Adventurer specializes in travel posts, fantastic travel advice, and recipes! I had a fantastic time talking to her. We talked about travel, jewelry, style, and food!

This month's theme was Green and I completely failed at it. I tried to make up for it in my packaging.
And of course, as a DIYer, I had to make something. So after creepily asking for her wrist measurement, I made her a set of stretchy bracelets (like the ones I made here) and a necklace. I also sent a pair of bangles from India in honor of our shared interest in traveling and a small Paint-By-Numbers set to inspire her to paint!

And of course, Esther completely blew me away with her package (and was way better at the green theme thing). The candy and cookie were delicious. I am using the green pen, wore the gorgeous handmade earrings today, trying to figure out what to write in the adorable notebook, and loving the postcard!

Check out the link-up here!

Lovely Letters Snail Mail Exchange
Have you participated in a snail mail exchange before?


  1. Those stretchy bracelets look so awesome! You did a great job selecting the necklace pendant for her.

    1. Thank you so much! I figured that the anchor pendant would be a good representation for traveling!

  2. I took part for the first time this month and received some gorgeous goodies x

  3. This is so cool! I didn't even know this existed. Love what you made, too. How meaningful to make something for someone :)

    1. Thank you so much! I love making things for people - it lets me practice with different aesthetics. You should participate! Sign-ups are until the 6th!


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