adnagam envelopes.

I’m a firm believer of writing a traditional letter. Nothing beats it. Unlike an email that can be erased with the click of a button, a handwritten letter can be treasured forever. Still, it’s always nice to have some motivation to write said letters, for example some really cool stationary. That’s why I like these Adnagam envelopes reconstituted from old cookbooks, children’s books, history books, sheet music, and the list goes on. What a great way to recycle!

Envelopes made from “Pillsbury’s Bake Off Dessert Cook Book” circa late 1960’s

Visit the Adnagam Envelopes Etsy shop for more envelopes.


4 responses to “adnagam envelopes.

  1. Hey, thanks for featuring my work! The look on your face when you get a piece of postal mail surely beats the look you have when you get an email.

  2. that is sooo true!

  3. adnagam, nice writeup. I really like your envelopes. I’m one of those few people who still like to write real letters – and Love getting them, although that’s few and far between these days. Glad you help promote postal mail because receiving one is always a treat these days, and using your lovely and fun envelopes would really make it special.

    Pat @

  4. i love adnagam’s work. simple, fun and great way to recycle!

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