Letter writing has become a lost art, but Lea Redmond, who runs Leafcutter Designs, is bringing penning back in a small way with her teeny letter service.
While sitting at a little desk actually suited for dolls, Redmond writes letters on an inch-long piece of paper, stuffs them into an itsy bitsy envelope, and sends them off in the regular mail.
You dont have to worry about the little letters getting lost in the mail, since Redmond stuffs them into a larger envelope with a magnifying glass so they can be read.
She says, I feel like the letters remind you of the little things in life. I think when people see it, it means so much because it takes effort.
Though Redmond says a third of the letters she writes for customers are romantic, people also have apology letters made to ex-friends and from the Tooth Fairy for their kids.
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