Washi Weekend: Letter Ledger

For the past few months, I’ve been using this Letter Ledger to keep track of my incoming and outgoing mail. I learned about it from the blog Paper Pastries and I was inspired by Margaret’s idea to use washi tape to personalize her Ledger. I used some of my latest favorite washi tapes (some are actual Japanese tapes, some are more “scrapbooking” tapes). I don’t think I will ever tire of pool blue, but if I do, I can change the tapes out–simple as that!

I love my Letter Ledger! It appeals to the “documenter” side of me (I love making lists of things and writing things down) and it helps me to remember who I owe a letter to, what I want to write about and what questions I want to ask.

And, there is a handy pocket in the front for stamps and my Letter Writers Alliance membership card!

Now, if only I could find the perfect address book…

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6 thoughts on “Washi Weekend: Letter Ledger

  1. These are so pretty! I love anything with kraft paper and different colours and this turned out so nicely.

  2. […] carry the rest of the mail essentials: letters to be returned, postage stamps, labels and stickers, my Letter Ledger (to track my outgoing letters), a few business cards (in case I meet someone new!), my mini […]

  3. […] for scheduling blog posts because I don’t want to wait until 2014 to put it to use! My Letter Ledger is from Paper & Type and I just think her products are so unique and useful. Thanks for the […]

  4. […] of today, I am all caught up with my mail. If there was an open entry in my Letter Ledger, it was filled. This never happens. I’ve totally blown my resolution to return mail within […]

  5. […] am planning to finish strong. I want to end on a high note and be all caught up in my letter ledger for March. I also want to visit two of my neighborhood blue boxes that I haven’t used yet. It […]

  6. […] so behind on my mail. The stack is growing and growing and I have entires in my Letter Ledger that are as old as May. This weekend, I need to start catching up. I’m hoping to have a few […]

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