Encourage writing. Writing area.


The area has our DIY little mailbox (DIY instructions here) and a tin to keep letters received.

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A caddy with the envelopes, colour pens, lead pencils and glue to seal the envelopes.


We have a selection of rubber stamps and ink – they use them in their letters and on envelopes (in place of a postage stamp) on letters for our family.


The basket has wring paper, laminated lower and upper case letters, alphabet stencils, greeting cards and colouring pencils.

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These gorgeous free printable paper and envelopes from Picklebums which you can find here


We have stamps on the envelopes ready to be posted. I started with a book of stamps out for them to use although my miss 5 REALLY liked using more than one!


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July 21, 2014 - 11:50 pm

katepickle - What a gorgeous writing centre with so many interesting items to inspire writers!
So glad you are enjoying our writing paper… promise I’ll make a new set really soon!

July 22, 2014 - 9:53 am

Christie-Childhood 101 - So inviting! I love the tray with the stamps and would love to know where you found the caddy and the basket, they are gorgeous :)

July 22, 2014 - 12:01 pm

Kate - An Everyday Story - Gorgeous. Beautiful. I love everything about it :)

July 22, 2014 - 11:10 pm

admin - Caddies can be hard to come by can’t they! The wire one I found at secondhand, I have come across a couple at thrift stores. If you are looking for a new one try to find a gardening caddy :)
The basket is also secondhand, it is a bike basket :)

July 22, 2014 - 11:13 pm

admin - Oh I am looking forward to your new set! Thank you x

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