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Handwritten Letters to Grandchildren & Stationery Set


This 21-page guide comes with 15 stationery designs.

As the world becomes more and more dependent on computers, it’s important to keep up some of the older traditions. Letter writing is not very common anymore, but it has a long and beautiful history that should be preserved. This 21-page book offers tips for writing letters to grandchildren, including how to decide what to say, creative ways to spruce the letters up, and interesting ways to deliver them, too. Creating handwritten letters for your grandchildren is a fun project for you that will create a lovely keepsake for them. While it may be a bit time consuming, the finished product will be well worth the effort because your letters are something that can be held onto for years to come. Plus, they can even be passed down through the years as a bit of a record of your unique and special family.


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Writing a letter is a wonderful way to let grandchildren know how much you love them, and how proud you are of them. A letter is more powerful than just telling them, because when you commit your feelings to paper, it has magical power similar to an award or certificate of authenticity. And it’s tangible … something they can hold on to today, and for years to come. Plus, letters written to grandchildren can even be passed down through the years as a bit of a record of your unique and special family.

This can be quite an undertaking, depending on the number of grandchildren you have! But don’t worry.

This 21-page book guides you through the letter-writing process with tips on

  • How to get started
  • What kinds of things to say
  • Creating your drafts
  • Adding photos
  • Staying motivated
  • Fun ways to deliver your handwritten letters.

Plus, to help you get started, the book comes with 15 stationery designs. They’re yours to print out and use if you like. The designs are kept simple to give you more room to write, and to take less ink if you’re printing the stationery out at home. Of course, any paper will do … blank sheets or lined paper from a spiral notebook are just fine. After all, this is a gift and it’s your words that mean the most. The important thing is that you get started right away. And this book will help you do just that.

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