Giveaway: Black Sheep Note Cards

black sheep note cardsI love it when my job introduces me to people I didn’t know and when I can then introduce you all to those people. This week’s giveaway is from someone I just had a chance to “meet,” Ruth of Black Sheep Note Cards.

This Maine-based business produces note cards with knitting and crochet themes as well as sheep jewelry.

Ruth was kind enough to send me one of each of her five notecard designs to share with you.

The cards measure 4.25 by 5.5 inches and envelopes are included.

To enter to win, leave a comment on this post before the end of the day Sunday (March 10). I’d love to know if you still send people notes or letters in the mail. I have one friend in Massachusetts who I write actual letters to, and my daughter loves drawing pictures and mailing them to her grandparents. It’s so cute!

Thanks for your interest and good luck!

Comments

  1. Karey says

    Those are fabulous! I still send lots of letters through the mail. And most of them come with a surprise package too!

  2. Judy says

    These are such clever reminders of a more relaxed and simple lifestyle.
    It would be nice to include a tea-bag along with the note to your friends…a subtle message to say “slow down, girl!”
    We all go too fast.
    Love it, Buttermilk Lane!!!

  3. Galatina says

    I do still write notes, but defintely not as often as I should – especially at the moment, seem to be very behind. I think they are lovely to recieve so like to send back too. These are such sweet cards.

  4. Toni Leli says

    I sometimes use note cards and write notes, even if a greeting card would be easier. My friends appreciate the fact that I take the time to write.

  5. says

    Yes, I do send notes. It’s amazing how it brightens someones day and lets them know that you are thinking of them.
    Oh, and I love the sheep!

  6. Rose clark says

    I love to send notes to people they love it people these days only get bills in the mail. Those cards would look great with a sticker on the outside to match the cards. I also send cards for notes to the teachers.

  7. Cyd says

    my daughter loves to write thank you cards! I’ve gotten in the habit also for dinner invites, favors done for me, etc…

  8. Judith (from Israel) says

    I send cards and letters to my elderly aunts abroad who have landline telephones and no computers.

  9. michelle says

    Oh gosh, those little lambikins are just too dang cute. I still do alot of penpaling and send note cards to widows.

  10. Stephanie Hastie says

    Oh those are so cute. I love sheep on things.

    I still send notes, mostly to my kids at school. These would be great!

  11. Sally says

    I send notes to my loves still… about 2-3 notes a week in total… These are great and I’d love to writ eon them!

  12. Honex says

    I still write letters, but very few. I do belong to a postcard exchange on Ravelry and it’s nice getting cards from all over the world.

  13. karenladd says

    Yes, I do still send cards and notes to people through the mail! I have a number of older relatives who do not use computers and they love to get fun mail!! These cards are so great, especially love the sheep themed ones!

  14. says

    What lovely cards! I still send cards by mail- mostly thank-you’s. Not nearly as many as in the pre-email days, though!

  15. Joy C says

    I mail my grands notes even though they live in the same town, I am afraid the art of mailing will have disappeared by the time they are grown.

  16. Pat says

    I still send a lot of cards. Everyone likes to receive a card and they are always a nice surprise.

  17. Bea says

    I can never avoid places that sell cards, be it mseum shops or handmade from the market, I need more friends to write to!

  18. Christy says

    I don’t write letters nearly as much as I used to, but I still send a few here and there. I always send notes in cards, which I do still send for birthdays and holidays. The Black Sheep notecards look so cute!

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