Over the past few months, we got pretty behind on blogging and have neglected to recognize the super cool blogs and organizations that have so kindly featured and collaborated with Lindsay Letters. We’re so grateful for their support and their help in spreading the word about the Lindsay Letters brand. Below are several places we’ve been featured recently, as well as a couple of collaborations we want to make sure you know about—be sure to click through and check out the details about the features and collaborations in full (and leave a comment on their sites, if you can, to show your support!). In the future, we’ll blog about collaborations and features as they come along :)
Earlier this month, our Super Lucky World Card got featured by Mail Models—a celebration of paper fashion, created in 2013 to showcase the ever-growing treasure trove of stylish stationery she has collected and continues to covet. Such an honor!
To Write Love On Her Arms
In May, Lindsay had the opportunity to design a shirt and tank for TWLOHA—a non-profit movement dedicated to presenting hope & finding help for people struggling with depression, addiction, self-injury, & suicide. The shirts say, “Let us not be silent…your story is important,” and are printed on American Apparel tops. Thanks, TWLOHA, for letting us collaborate with you!
Bread & Wine
As most of you know already, this year we’ve collaborated with Shauna Niequist on her newest book, Bread & Wine. All hand lettering in the book was done by Lindsay herself, and we’ve created an entire collection in our shop dedicated to the themes within the book—including canvases, prints, and even a tea towel (coming soon!). So glad to partner with such a wonderful person and author as Shauna! (P.S. If you haven’t read the book…read it now! It’s really good, and the recipes in it are oh-so-tasty!)
In April we collaborated with an organization called Fight For Them, which makes handcrafted jewelry to raise money in the fight to prevent the progression of human trafficking, and rescue those who are already enslaved. Every piece of jewelry has one “pearl of hope” as well as the initials of a victim that has been rescued out of trafficking. When jewelry is purchased, 100% of the profits go directly to three organizations working in Southeast Asia to rescue, counsel, and rehabilitate girls from the sex trade: IHH International, She Rescue Home, and Zoe. What a privilege it was for Lindsay to create the lettering for their logo, and help out a bit with their website! (You can read more about this on The Lovely Cupboard, and also on Lark.) (Photos by Lark Photography).
Lindsay Letters products in two gift guides this year: The Best Mother’s Day Gifts Under $150 (which featured the Flourish Canvas) and 10 Gift Ideas For Graduates (which featured the Be True Bistro Mug). Thanks, Glitter Guide!
Honey & Fitz
In April, Dina of Honey & Fitz—a blog covering DIY projects, flea market finds, and the author’s love of organization and general obsession with designing spaces for children and busy families—featured our entire line of canvases and prints for baby & kids! Thanks Dina!
Thoughts By Natalie
Being the Lindsay Letters fan that she is, our new Media Relations Manager Natalie blogged about Lindsay Letters products three times this year, featuring prints and the Be True Bistro Mug in April, and our brand new, only-available-for-pre-order Be True Sweatshirt today! She also did two giveaways (here and here) earlier this year, and there’s a good chance there will be a canvas collaboration in the future.
P.S. We’ll have a post coming up with more details about our newest products, but until then feel free to swing by the Lindsay Letters Shop to check out our Summer Lovin’ goodies, our Christmas in July sale and more!