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In this video you will learn how to package your letter as a unique gift idea.
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Creative Letter packaging Ideas
Hello! My name is Luis Anthony Ast and welcome to the creative letter writer website. Here, I hope to present many different ways of writing personal letters or friendship letters. Categories include birthdays, writing for children and getting children to write back to you, different holidays, congratulations, engagements and weddings, pen pals, get-well-soon, miss you, writing to people in military, send money, thank you notes, write soon, bon voyage or travel related, love letters, my favorite and much, much more.
Let me show you some examples of what I mean by creative letters. For example, you can send a letter using a strange shaped object, not just paper. For example, you can send someone an empty box. But there is a very creative thing you could do to this. I’ll show you in another video.
Speaking of boxes, you’ve just finished a box of chocolates and instead of throwing this away, you can actually use this to send a letter to someone. You can write letters on things like wrapping paper or some strange cardboard cutouts like this. What about a paper fan? You can use this to write a letter to someone. Here’s an example using a joint bandage. For what? A get-well message.
Here is one of my favorite ideas. I just came up with recently something like this to send a letter to someone. All the things I will talk about is using different types of paper in your letter writing, different types of envelopes also to go with that, decorating envelopes for example with stickers, again something very simple. You don’t need artists, you just slide some stickers on an envelope and send it out to someone. It will make their day. You could also use rubber stamps.
And now, we’re going in detail how to do all these. And again, something simple like this and/or something more lover some, little hearts covering the back of a notebook. Here’s some more examples. This is one of my favorite designs again just using a simple rubber stamp. I’ll do more close ups on these in other videos. I’ll just give you an idea of what I mean.
Another thing I will be talking about is what you can do to actually write the letter with different types of writing materials, markers, pens, jell stick pens, even things like crayons were my favorite embossing markers. These are very handy.
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