Introducing the 30 Day Mailbox Love Challenge!

Get back into your letter writing groove with this fun mailbox love challenge! You'll receive a printable calendar and stationery when you join!

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Whoohoo! The 30 Day Mailbox Love Challenge is now an online course and includes ALL of my letter writing challenges! Check it out by clicking HERE!

I’m so excited to introduce a new snail mail challenge for the month of April. It will be called the 30 Day Mailbox Love Challenge and is going to be SO fun I can hardly stand it.

If you’ve been around here at Little Girl Designs for a while, you’ve probably noticed I have a thing for snail-mail. I created a snail mail challenge last October, have a letter writing bundle in my shop* , and lots and lots of simple card making tutorials on the blog. Still, with National Letter-writing Month coming up in April it seemed fitting to do another challenge, but this time with a twist.

I thought it’d be more fun to host the majority of this challenge here on the blog and on Instagram this time around. Our focus will also be different, as you will see below.

Join the 30 Day Mailbox Love challenge, and be prepared to have FUN! You'll receive a cute illustrated calender, printable stationery, and card tutorials and encouragement on my blog and Instagram for the ENTIRE month. Let's do this! :)
Some of the cute stationery you’ll receive when you sign up. 🙂

This is what you can expect:

NOTE: This was originally an email challenge, but has now been converted to an online course. No more searching your email for prompts and printable stationery. You’ll have it all in one place! 🙂

The 30 Day Mailbox Love Challenge (course) includes:

~A 30 Day Calendar, illustrated by me
~Printable stationery (A PDF of 3 airmail letter/envelopes and 3 cards that you can print as many times as you wish, with original illustrations and designs.)

A post every Monday and Friday here at Little Girl Designs sharing how to make a simple card project or something snail mail related. I even have a guest post from someone who makes amazing cards. (Here’s that post!)

Prompts and encouragement every day of the challenge (April 1-31, 2016) on Instagram. I’ll be using the hashtag #30daymailboxlove so if you search that hashtag or look for my profile on Instagram, you’ll be able to see what I’m up to. I’d LOVE it if you used that hashtag to share pictures of your letter-writing adventures this month too. 🙂

(P.S. This challenge is over, but as you can see in the image from Instagram below, we had a lot of fun! You can still join the challenge at any time and go at your own pace. Just sign up in the form at the bottom of this post. :))

The 30 Day Mailbox Love challenge has helped soooo many people get back into their letter writing groove. Join today!

What does the name, 30 Day Mailbox Love MEAN?

Our focus this month will be on five people you love who you want to send cards to all month long. And I do mean, All Month Long. We will be writing a card (or letter) Monday-Friday to our five friends and mailing the letters on the weekend. Weekends will be letter-writing free unless you want to get ahead or are on a roll with writing.

Seriously. Your friends and family are going to feel so loved by the end of April!

The 30 Day Mailbox Love challenge is now a part of an online course which includes ALL of my snail mail challenges!

Sign up here and get all the printable stationery, prompts, and tutorials for only $5.00.

(*You’ll also get a 40% off coupon code for my Letter Writing Retreat Bundle!)

With a challenge like this, I want you to have time to go out and buy stamps and make sure you know who you’ll be sending letters and cards too, hence the early sign up date. Believe me, the next two weeks will fly and we’ll be starting in no time flat!

Let’s do this! Have a lovely {and creative} day, snail-mail loving friends!

20 thoughts on “Introducing the 30 Day Mailbox Love Challenge!

  1. This is just another reminder of how similar we are! Ahh, snail mail is seriously one of my favoritest things! So excited for this! <3

    1. Yay! I’ve been happily printing out the stationery and getting started early because that’s how I roll, haha…Snail mail is the best! 🙂

  2. Sending cards is a goal for me this year. I’m a Stampin Up consultant and I make tons of cards but it seems like they never get sent… Thanks for some added motivation!

  3. This is the first snail mail challenge and I am excited! I have many people to send a little happy snail mail to and I look forward to a challenge!!!!! Many Thanks

    1. Welcome, Lynne! I’m so glad you’re joining us! 🙂 April is going to be so fun. 🙂 🙂

  4. this looks fun Jennie! And you probably would know me by my instagram name… Squezel! I just signed up and shared all over the internet!

    1. So cool! So nice to see you over here, Rebecca. And I’m so glad you joined–this is going to be FUN! 🙂

  5. I have signed up twice for the “snail mail challenge”. Once was a couple of weeks before it started, the next was a day or two ago. However, I have checked all of my mailboxes and have not received any follow up information. Can you help? Thanks so much!

    1. I just sent you an email with the information/downloads, Sandi! 🙂 Let me know if there’s anything else I can do to help. 🙂

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