In today’s digital world of e-mail and social networking, communication can be fast and easy. So why the snail mail?
We believe that all communication is not equal. Sure, there’s a time for the fast text off the cuff; digital exchange is great for that taking-care-of-business talk. But there are other times when communication should be gourmet. When it comes things like gratitude, connecting with a friend who is far away, sympathy, birthday wishes, holiday greetings, or a heart felt congratulations--paper just fits.
Because it’s personal. And it’s thoughtful. It took time. It took effort. It took a postage stamp to carry it across country or town--truck, plane, truck. Paper was thoughtfully chosen to match the mood and tone of your handwritten words. And all of this speaks volumes in visual expression; it says the words you are saying and the person you are sending them to are valuable.
Sometimes things in life are about quality. Sometimes things are best said with paper.
all things bright and beautiful--
Patricia Mumau + Rachel Mumau
Patricia and Rachel Mumau are the sister-founding duo of Fawnsberg. They live together with their family in New York’s orchard country, on the ridge of Lake Ontario. The farm is shared with a couple cows, too many ducks, thirty chickens all named Helen (yes, all of them), a pair of milking goats, a dog because every farm needs a dog, and cats to play in the hay.
Phone: (585) 813-6088
Fax: (888) 716-8509
Write or Ship: Primele Studio, Inc., 1916 Murdock Road, Lyndonville, NY 14098
Etsy shop: primele.etsy.com