Pre Order: InCoWriMo Limited Edition Leap Year 29 Days of Writing Set

Paper Plus Cloth

*These will be newly made sets which will include some of the newest designs from several brands. - Wrapping style will vary from set to set and may not be exactly like the photos. This is a Pre order and will ship 5-7 days after order.

InCoWriMo, or International Correspondence Writing Month, is an annual event that takes place in February where participants commit to writing and sending one piece of physical mail every day for the month. It was a challenge that started as a way to encourage people to rediscover the joys of letter writing. The event quickly gained popularity and grew into an international phenomenon, with participants from all over the world taking part in the challenge. 

In honor of InCoWriMo, This is a special curated set of stationery (from premium brands such as Furukawa, Cozyca, NB Co. and Midori), to help you get of select Japanese letter papers, envelopes and postcards for up to 29 days of correspondence. A selection of stickers and a few letter writing prompts are also included. No 2 sets will be exactly the same.  This is a limited edition set in honor of InCoWriMo and are available while supplies last. Sets may have same or similar items from one set to another but will all include a variety of letter writing papers, envelopes and postcards in varying sizes for short notes and letters to more lengthier ones.

InCoWriMo is not just about sending letters, it's about creating a personal connection with others, expressing oneself in a creative and meaningful way and taking a break from our digital world. It's a chance to slow down, reflect and appreciate the art of letter writing, something that has become a lost tradition in the digital age. The goal is to promote the practice of letter writing as a way to connect with others, create lasting memories, and express oneself creatively. Participants often find that the process of writing a letter, choosing the perfect stationery, selecting the right words, and sending it off in the mail, is a meditative and satisfying experience. It’s a way to connect with people who you may not have talked to in a while, to express yourself in a way that feels more personal than an email or text message and to create something tangible and lasting.

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