Fine Stationery & Gifts - Wasabi Cards - Merrimade
My friend Amy is afraid of miniature things. To say the least, she would be terrified if I sent her a letter from Leafcutter Designs. The San Francisco-based "World's Smallest Postal Service" creates 120 word messages on teeny tiny 1x1.5 inch stationary and sends it off to the address of your choice! Your letter arrives in a tiny envelope, stamped and addressed to your recipient, which is wax-sealed with your initial. It arrives with a small folding magnifying glass so your lucky recipient will actually be able to read your message. These tiny letters are a very special gift and a perfect touch for a special thank you note, birthday card, or a "just because" note. And at just eight dollars, the price is right for such a sentimental gift!Price: $8-10Who Found It: lisannebee was the first to add the World's Smallest Postal Service To The Hive
by meg donohue
Bridget Jones isn't the only one whose life seems endlessly entertaining when jotted down in a diary. Write down each day's funniest, most embarrassing, sexiest, and sweetest moments and by the end of just one week I guarantee you'll have written seven pages of pure entertainment. Just think how amazing - okay, and at times, cringe-inducing - it'll be to read those journal entries a year from now! Oh, and one last thing: Steamy secrets need seriously stylish paper. Take a peek, with permission, at my SLIDESHOW of the most drama-worthy journals in the Hive. These ain't no teeny-bopper diaries!