Sending and receiving things in the post is one of my favourite things ever, especially this year when we’re all isolated from friends and family. Here’s some super cute ways to turn your letters and packages into happy mail.
This kawaii postcard pack from PeachPandaStudio (UK) is perfect for any snail mail fans with 2 cute Airmail and You’ve Got Mail designs. Check the shop for more cute postcards and washi tape too.
Washi tape is an easy way to add a cute touch to mail, and for journaling too. I love this Happy Delivery design from MySweetPaperCard (EU).
This sticker sheet by haymoonstudio (EU) would be far too cute to use but luckily it’s also affordable enough that you can buy an extra one to keep.
Cat fans will love these planner stickers by SilverOakDesign (USA) and they’d be fun for decorating envelopes too.
I love using stickers that look like stamps on postcards and letters that are inside a package and these Toastage Stamps from KBSupplyCo are really colourful.
Days without mail are the worst and I’ll never like Sundays for this reason! Vent your disappointment with Kiki the Koala planner stickers from HappyCutieStudio (UK) who have some happier designs too.
If you’ll allow me some self-promotion, a Do Not Bend banana stamp from Asking For Trouble (UK) should cheer up your postie and get your package to arrive in perfect condition.
PS. If you’re in the USA the USPS is in big trouble right now so stand up for your postal workers and happy mail (and not-so-happy-but-important mail). Here’s lots of ways you can Help Save the Post Office.
Marceline is the co-founder and editor of Super Cute Kawaii and the author of The Super Cute Book of Kawaii. She lives by the seaside in Scotland in a flat full of kawaii, creating cute character goods as Asking For Trouble, working on endless craft projects and playing Nintendo.