31 Postcards in 31 Days

Presley and my address book You all know that I love a good month-long challenge. So of course when I heard about the 31 Postcards in 31 Days, I had to jump in. (Thanks for tweeting about it, Marissa!) The “challenge” was started by zine-makers but anyone can participate. The most exciting thing to me about 31 Postcards in 31 Days is that you can send the postcards whenever you want. No need to do one per day and feel guilty when you get behind. As long as you’ve sent thirty-one cards by the end of the month, you’ve completed the challenge. Easy enough, right?

I had wild dreams of making all my postcards, but I think I will lower the bar for myself and just try to send thirty-one cards to thirty-one different people. I have a lot of postcards from Japan, from Oak Park, from sets I’ve bought over the years and this will be a good time to spend out.

Are you participating?

(And can you believe it’s October already?! Presley is really excited for this.)

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8 thoughts on “31 Postcards in 31 Days

  1. Cindy R. says:

    So much easier when it’s not sending a postcard every single day. I’m never able to keep up with those! Hope you reach your goal 🙂

  2. Laura A says:

    You can send me one!

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  6. atkokosplace says:

    The art of writing a hand-note is sadly slowly going away. I’m going to give this a try! Starting now! Thank you. This is just what i need right now. Koko❀❀❀

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