If you made it to this page, chances are that you just received a letter from me - I'm so glad you're here!
I'm Jen, an artist living in the high desert of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and I love snail mail.
Setting aside special time to write these letters really got me thinking - what if each of these letters could inspire the person receiving it to write one of their own? What if we each took the time to pull out a pen and write a few sentences to someone we care about?
It's a simple, but almost rebellious act that forces us to take moments away from screens and notifications. It allows us to reconnect with people on a personal level, even from far away. For me, it brings back what's missing - it allows for deeper, lasting communication that doesn't feel pressing or rushed. There's breathing space built in.
Letters don't demand instant responses. They aren't like notifications on your phone. They're meant to be set aside until the time is right for you to sit down and read, and then respond in your own time. Part of the joy in sending a letter is in imagining the recipient's delight or surprise in receiving it.
This project has opened up my imagination to new ways of thinking about how we relate to one another, and how my humble greeting cards can help facilitate that connection.
I recently created a library of downloads to get you started writing your own correspondence - here's a sign up to get access to the library!
I'd love for you to join me in this project - I'll update you on my personal letter writing journey, and invite you to join in. PLUS, I'll give you immediate access to my ever-growing library of freebies. Find stationery you can print at home, printable gift tags, phone backgrounds, and more.