let’s neighbor

I’m so excited to be able to share with you some awesome news! I’ve been working on a new project recently, contributing to an awesome new blog called The Neighborhood. It’s all about connecting with neighbors and taking things back to a simpler time when neighborhoods functioned as friends and even family, taking care of each other and participating in each other’s lives. I really love the whole idea, and I’m so excited to be a contributor!

You can look to see a good number of posts from me there, and today we’re starting with my first, which is a free printable! It’s all about bringing back the old school calling card, in a new and awesome way. I’m super stoked on this one, so head over to read the whole post and get the scoop. Thanks so much for being supportive of this new endeavor — I’m really, really excited about it. xoxo

Free DIY Downloadable Calling Cards


9 comments

  1. Oh that sounds so exciting, congrats! And thank you for always wonderful inspiration and the free print. Have a lovely day

  2. amber on said:

    What a lovely concept for a blog! I am excited to read more from you there. LOVE the calling cards. I have an etiquette book from the 1920s and there is lots of talk about calling cards–I’ve even picked up a few at antique booths here and there. It’s definitely something worth reviving! :)

  3. Elaine Costa on said:

    I always felt as though my children had a dozen fathers and a dozen mothers in our neighborhood, watching out for them, even gently correcting them if a kid was about to do the wrong thing. Not that we didn’t pay close attention, but it was nice. Imagine.

  4. i LOVE this idea!! and what cute little cards. love this. can’t wait to try it out!

  5. Stef on said:

    OMG, i never even knew what a calling card was! Love this idea (:

    Stef

  6. These are fantastic. The idea has been discussed in our circle of how important knowing your neighbors really is.

  7. Patrick on said:

    I have bright red calling cards! I love them and they’re always received very well. Love this post.

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