Snail Mail Saturday – Letter Ledger from Paper & Type

letter ledger

letter ledger

This week, I received my very own Letter Ledger from Paper & Type, which I’ll be using to record all of my correspondence for 2013. I love the design of the notebook, which features areas to record what topics you discussed, and what stationery you used, as well as a little envelope to store postage. I’ll admit, my memory is not the best, so having a written record of what I just sent my pen pals helps me to not tell the same stories over and over (or to send the same card to the same person twice!)

letter ledger

So, readers… do you have any pen pals?

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About Erin Dollar

Owner, maker, and designer behind Cotton & Flax. Since 2010, she has been creating modern screenprinted home goods, as well as fine art prints on paper, from her home studio in Los Angeles, California.
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3 Responses to Snail Mail Saturday – Letter Ledger from Paper & Type

  1. Heidi says:

    what a lovely idea! I have been wanting to start writing letters to brighten others mailboxes and my own, it’s been a goal of mine for many years but I haven’t done it yet.. I would love to start a letter writing club. This notebook is a fantastic start

  2. i love the letter ledger! It changed the way i write letters :) I have 15 pen pals and this really helps me keep track of what’s going in and out.

  3. vv says:

    erin – i just now found this. thank you so much for sharing the ledger on your blog! i am glad it is useful to you. it is quite funny – & so comforting – to me that my record keeping habits as a kiddo is actually a viable model for record keeping by today’s letter writers ;)

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