French stationery #3

In an eclectic shop in Colmar, called Le Hameau, I found a huge selection of recycled, colorful envelopes that I used to send home post cards (the French send post cards in envelopes–it costs the same, doubles the writing space and protects the privacy of your notes!).  I sent some postcards this way and some the old-fashioned American way and had a few envelopes left over.  In this shop, I also found a beautiful book of multi-colored, 100% cotton paper:

I don’t know what I’ll do with it just yet, but I had to bring it home!

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One Response to French stationery #3

  1. Dana says:

    Wow! I wonder if it was the lack of envelope that caused the delay? I always wish I could learn what happens to mail that takes a really long time to show up. Exactly where was it sitting that whole time?

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