National Letter Writing Week 2012

11 Jan

Happy National Letter Writing Week! We’re jazzed that so many people choose to celebrate this “holiday” of sorts. Here’s a short round-up from the blogging community:

Dana on Save Snail Mail has a lovely post explaining a bit more about this week. See her post here.

Many bloggers have short posts mentioning this week, like Scribbling Glue, Pen Thief, and 365 Letters.

Create Write Now has a few letter writing prompts if you need them.

Honey and Cheese has a great round-up of letter writing posts of hers in her shout-out for the National Letter Writing Week.

And Lucas Writes looks like he’s rolling in it with letters and packages from other bloggers. Read his post here.


We love reading through all the blog posts and keeping up with the community, but to tell you the truth, we want more. We want to be a part of this amazing community instead of just looking in. And what better way than to write a few letters this week. 🙂

So if you’d like a letter from the European Paper Company, send an email with the subject line “NLWW 2012” to leah[at]europeanpaper[dot]com and don’t forget to include your address. You can also send us a letter first at the address below and we’ll pop a response in the post as soon as we can.

European Paper Company
4775 Walnut Street Suite C
Boulder, CO 80301

We can’t guarantee they’ll be the most exquisite letters you’ll receive (or the neatest sometimes), but they’ll be real and in the spirit of the National Letter Writing Week for 2012. Cheers!



2 Responses to “National Letter Writing Week 2012”


  1. Friday Blogger Tuck-ins « European Paper Company - January 20, 2012

    […] –>  We received a letter from Lucas [Lucas Writes] in response to our National Letter Writing Week shout-out, which was exciting! Thanks Lucas – you’ll get a response soon! Lucas also had a nice […]

  2. Month of Letters Check Up « Scribbling Glue - February 13, 2012

    […] a reply to Leah at European Paper Company who wrote to me as part of EPC’s celebration of National Letter Writing Week, another installment in my epistolary story collaboration, a letter accompanied by part of another […]

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