I’ve been hearing a lot about happy mail recently, and decided to
research a bit as to what happy mail really is. These days it’s rare
to receive something fun and special in the mail. Most of what
we receive are bills, junk mail, and other boring things. So the
thought of receiving something that would spread happiness
is very appealing to me.
What I discovered is that generally happy mail is sending/receiving
an item in the mail that is unlike anything you have ever sent/received
before. The trick is anything 13 oz or less you can just pop in the
mailbox. No actual box/packaging needed!
Below are some amazing examples of what has been
sent/received in the mail successfully, as is!
(Get ready to smile :)
Next I’d like to announce my ingenious plan! I have decided to host
a Happy Mail Party! This will work similar to chain letter mail, but
instead of feeling dread, you will feel a surge
of happiness and excitement!
The way this will work is that if you’d like to be involved,
send me an email with your name and address. I know
some of you may not want to do this,
but I cannot think of another way.
Once I have enough people signed up I will write up a master
list with everyone’s names and addresses, going in the order
in which the emails were received.
Next I will begin by sending the first person on the list a
happy mail package, along with the list. What the recipient will do
is cross off your name, make up a happy mail package for the next person on the list, and pop it in the mail. And on and on!
The one rule is that you must take a photo of the happy mail you
have received (optional whether or not you'd like to be in the photo :)
and send it to me. This way once everyone has received their
packages I can post the photos here!
Whose on board???
Be sure to stop by tomorrow to find out what theme I've chosen this week for my Fabulous Friday Finds post! And beginning at noon my NO RULES Weekend Blog Party with Linky opens!