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I’m trying to get back into the habit of writing. Like not just sending someone a text, but sending them a handwritten note. Which leads to another thing…I should really work on my handwriting skills hahaha. Really though, there’s something about receiving a piece of mail with your name on it, and I want to get better about sending notes and letters of encouragement.

I had the best experience with Basic Invite creating thank you notes, stationary, and business cards. This was my first time doing something like this. Jered’s usually the creative/design guy , so it was fun getting to create something without having to ask him a million questions or get his help. They made the process super easy and I felt like an artist with the final outcome hehe. You can choose your own colors and design…TONS of options. And what I love most is the option to order samples. I’ve ordered holiday cards in the past that did not turn out like they looked online, so this is such a good option to have especially if you’re ordering wedding invites or business cards. I ordered a few samples of each and the color and everything turned out exactly how I wanted it. But next time, I’m gonna try a glossy finish for my business cards. Basic Invite is a Utah based company, which is also cool because I live in Utah :).

PS! Right now Basic Invite is offering 15% off with coupon code: 15FF51 (NOT an affiliate code)

If you’re in the market for a invitations for a wedding or birthdaycards, thank you notes, business cards, or whatever…check them out!

 

xx, Kait♡

 

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This post was sponsored by Basic Invite All experiences and opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting Gypsy Kait.

 

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