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The World Needs More Love Letters All-in-One Stationery and Envelopes | Stationery

by Hannah Brencher (Author)


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Binding:  Stationery
Publisher:  Potter Style
Page Count:  80 Pages
Publication Date:  December 23, 2014
Sales Rank:  222410th



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Irresistible all-in-one stationery and envelopes for writing love letters to a lover, friend, parent, child, or other important recipient, from the TED speaker and creator of The World Needs More Love Letters website. The world needs more love letters...and here are 40 gorgeous pages—and ideas from an expert--to inspire your own.When you want to compose a letter of love, desire, gratitude, or friendship, but don’t know where to begin, this beautiful self-mailer stationery pad will help you find just the right words. With Hannah Brencher’s insightful note-starters and 40 vibrant letter pages, you have everything you need to share meaningful thoughts with those you love. (Simply add a stamp!)

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