Dear Hancock Stationery Objects Notecards

By on 3-06-2017 in Blog Post, Stationery

Dear Hancock Stationery Objects Notecards

On this Monday morning, it is fun to share these Dear Hancock Stationery Objects Notecards I’ve been using with my letter writing – adding a “three-dimensional decor for your desk!”  

It includes peonies, pots of tea, transistor radios, and cup with pens and paint brushes in it. There are three gift cards – the timepiece – that I’ve already included one in a recent letter. The pastel splashes of colors on the envelopes are fun!

The fold-over envelope box they arrived in has me continuing to use the box.  This is a link to the Dear Hancock Blog posting about their Spring Line for Chronicle Books, published in 2014.

From the description over at Amazon –

“Dear Hancock is a design studio whose stationery, custom invitations, greeting cards and prints are inspired by a mix of nostalgia, humour and everyday life. Created as a hand-illustrated homage to the art of formal correspondence, Dear Hancock observes the propriety of expressing personal sentiments in a fun and unexpected way. Their paper goods are sold at stores around the world including Anthropologie, Paper Source and more.”

This is a set of stationery I’m going to order again – it has been that much fun to send and share! Happy Monday!

Anchors Aweigh,  


Dear Hancock Stationery Objects Notecards Attribution & Thank you to the following

Upper left image Stationery Objects: Notecards to Send and Stand, by Dear Hancock. Excerpt.

Link Dear Hancock Blog –  Stationery Objects Notecards Chronicle Books. @DearHancock