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Postmark’d Studio loves the “farm to table” concept and the treat of having fresh ingredients available while supporting local farms. So why not create a similar concept—“letters to mailbox”? We have curated a fresh collection of fun cards with a nod to Farmers Market while showcasing artists who love their craft. Enjoy and write on!
4 Greeting Cards, 2 Postcards, 1 Packet of Sunflower Seeds, Postage, and 1 Carrot Pen
Everyday I’m Brusselin’: Screen-printed on 100-percent cotton paper, this two-color card is perfect for checking in on friends and loved ones as they hustle through everyday life!
Located in Long Island, NY, Meeschmosh’s designs are highly relatable as her inspiration comes from random thoughts and everyday life. Michelle LaRocca is a graphic designer with a passion for different printing methods. She is a hands-on kinda gal: everything she makes is assembled by hand with love.
I’m All Ears: Share this letterpressed card with a friend you haven’t talked to in while or perhaps someone you know who could really use a good friend to just listen.
Based in Atlanta, GA, Farmwood Press is creatively cultivated by the husband-and-wife duo Chris and Katie Torres. Their presses are an extension of them and part of their family—they even have names! The details in their designs are whimsical. Be sure to turn the card over.
A Bushel & a Peck and a Hug Around the Neck: The richly illustrated card will have you tapping your toe to the musical score from Guys and Dolls as you write! Share the bounty of love!
1canoe2, located in Fulton, MO, is an illustration and letterpress studio that is homegrown in the heartland of America. Their work is rooted in life’s natural beauty and their pursuit of curiosity.
You Are One in a Melon: The die-cut bite out of this watermelon is as delicious as the note of gratitude you will want to pen inside.
Located in Springfield, UT, Alexis Mattox Designs started as a love story. Husband-and-wife team Paul and Alexis met on their first day in college, and a seed was planted. They both have a zeal for art, she on the creative side and he on the business side. Their work showcases their passion for design, laser-cutting, and paper!.
Tomato and Carrot Seed Packet Postcards: Send a fun little pun to surprise a friend or loved one with some happy mail—“I don’t carrot all” or “I love you from my head to my tomatoes.”
Found Image Press, located in San Diego, CA, carries more than 35,000 images derived from vintage postcards, photographs, and illustrations dating from 1890 to 1945. The vegetable seed packets pictured on the postcards are from the Card Seed Co., Fredonia, NY. The seed packets were originally printed by the Genesee Valley Litho. Co., Rochester, NY, in the 1920s.
- Artsy Doodad: A unique and clever carrot pen from Made By Humans 2.
- Postage: You’ll find plenty of stamps to create mail art with stamp collages:
- one 33¢ vintage stamp
- sixteen 10¢ Forever stamps
- four 5¢ Forever stamps
- seventeen 1¢ Forever stamps
Bonus Item: A trip to Farmers Market is never complete without a bouquet of flowers. We’ve included a packet of sunflower seeds you can tuck in as a special surprise.
Since 1914, Weddingpackets.com has been packing and printing personalized packets of seeds raised on their Oregon farms.
Letter-Writing in Style: This Accessory Ships FREE!
Add our popular hand-sewn Wool Felt Envelopes for an extra bit of fun in your box.