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Vintage letters would make the perfect item to send to a deployed military member or a family member this Christmas! Here are just a few reasons why I think you should send a Vintage letter during the Christmas season:
1. It’s Personal and Heart-felt
Letters are very personal and it’s a beautiful way to share your heart. Sending a vintage letter shows that you care. It’s a personal, heart-felt way to write out your feelings and take the time to do something nice for someone. You can send one to a deployed solider this Christmas or maybe someone who might be lonely during this time of season.
Letters are always romantic, but a vintage letter is even more so. I think it brings us back to a time where women were ladies and men were gentlemen, and that is always a sweet time to remember. Men, if you are looking for the perfect gift to give your wife, this is it. Every wife would love to receive a love letter from her husband telling her how he feels (I know I would). Write your wife a sweet vintage letter and see how you win her heart! Wives, this is also the perfect opportunity for you to tell your husband how you feel in a very romantic way. Take advantage of writing this letter and stick it in his stocking this Christmas!
3. It’s Different
Vintage letters are different then regular letters. Not many people write letters anymore, it is definitely a dying art, but that’s what makes it different and unique! Do something different this Christmas and surprise your spouse by sending them a beautiful, handwritten vintage letter!
4. It’s Vintage!
Need I say anymore? Vintage is in! Everybody loves the classic look and letters are no different. Use Vintage Mail Maker to write your Christmas newsletter or a sweet letter to a grandparent. I’m sure they will love you for it!
Hopefully I don’t need to convince you that this is the way to go, but just in case here is an example of a beautiful vintage letter from Vintage Mail Maker (It is from an excerpt I wrote on my blog several years ago and the addresses on the envelope are fake):