For Brit illustrator Alice Gabb there's nothing so lovely as getting a hand written letter. In fact,  encouraging people to write more letters is what inspired her tongue-in-cheek range of playfully pretentious fine stationary, which she will be selling at the London Craftacular on July 10.

 

Among Alice's splendid offering, which will also include recycled fabric creatures and limited edition prints, you'll find sets of notecards, envelopes and writing paper each screen emblazoned with wonky hand-drawn borders and crested frames as well as dotted lines ready for you to write on. Go on, get out that fountain pen and help revive the gentle art of correspondence with Alice! Chloe Burrow

For Brit illustrator Alice Gabb there's nothing so lovely as getting a hand written letter. In fact,  encouraging people to write more letters is what inspired her tongue-in-cheek range of playfully pretentious fine stationary, which she will be selling at the London Craftacular on July 10.

 

Among Alice's splendid offering, which will also include recycled fabric creatures and limited edition prints, you'll find sets of notecards, envelopes and writing paper each screen emblazoned with wonky hand-drawn borders and crested frames as well as dotted lines ready for you to write on. Go on, get out that fountain pen and help revive the gentle art of correspondence with Alice! Chloe Burrow

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