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Updates on Greeting Cards and Stationery from Lost Art Design

Working on a Weekly Writing Routine

Christopher Lykins

Working on a Weekly Writing Routine

Do you have a weekly writing routine? This year we have been working to be more productive (A Greeting Card A Day) but also more intentional with our time and interactions with people. To help us with this mission, we have been using the Full Focus Planner. As a part of our new focus (see what I did there); we have been using Sundays to reflect on the past week and to plan for the next week. When it comes to greeting cards, we have set a goal of sending at least 5 cards a week. Today, I grabbed two...

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2019 March Greeting Card Subscription

Christopher Lykins

2019 March Greeting Card Subscription

Monthly subscriptions keep you ahead of the game with one birthday card, one thank you card, and two (more or less) general cards. This box was sent out in February: Thank You Greeting Card A thank you card doesn't have to say thank you on the outside to get the message across. This card can be used to thank someone or even to tell someone you love them. This card features the plastic thingy-mer-bob that holds the bread package closed. Did you know you can buy these things on eBay? You can. Tell someone how important they are to you....

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How to Say "I'm Sorry" - Writing the Perfect Apology Card

Mark McKnight Greeting Cards

How to Say "I'm Sorry" - Writing the Perfect Apology Card

At first glance, an article about how to say “I’m sorry” may seem a little ridiculous. Just say it, right? But there are times in life when you don’t know where you stand.

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A Greeting Card a Day

Christopher Lykins Greeting Cards

A Greeting Card a Day

You've heard of those one _______________ a day for a year? 2019 is the year of 1 greeting card design a day.

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Bad Words Gone Good

Christopher Lykins Greeting Cards

Bad Words Gone Good

A greeting card with a bad word on it is funny, but sometimes you need a clever card that's why these cards' bad words have gone good.

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