After a few weeks of computer crashes and oodles of emails from gracious supporters, I’m happy to announce that SlapSad is finally back from the Mac store – and back in business. Today I’m rolling out my second line of postcards, and I’ve just updated the SlapSad store. Say hello to Dear Mail Carrier, Vol. 1.
Have you ever longed for a subtle way to reach out and touch an anonymous mail carrier? Well, now you have three:
- A polite thank-you postcard
- A joke request postcard
- A date proposition postcard
As promised in my last post, the style departs significantly from Plainclothes Postcards. This time I’m opting for the sweeping, embellished flair of the Adine Kirnberg font. I’m adding pastels to the mix. And I’m including artistic extras like shapes and dashed lines. Of course, none of this undermines SlapSad’s mission of making some of the best postcards on the Internet. In fact, I think it all comes together to support that mission with a rather natural grace.
Each of the Dear Mail Carrier postcards features a conversation starter on colorful, college-ruled notebook paper peeking through an oval window. There’s plenty of space for the mail carrier to pen a response, if he or she so desires. On the back, you’ll find the usual SlapSad design, with lettering conveniently updated to match the new theme.
Don’t wait till it’s too late – make a mail carrier’s day today!