• When a Lady Drops Her Hankie...

    Yes, with a spritz of starch you can roll that antique handkerchief into the typewriter. With a drawer full of these I've only just begun. These are perfect for lines of poetry, quotes, or cryptic messages. I feel a Silent Type entry coming on, so look out.

    Thanks to my friend Stephanie who found the inspiration for this at the lovely blog 52 Flea. Steph knows where the good stuff is and always tells me.

    10 comments → When a Lady Drops Her Hankie...

    1. Woo-hoo! She's back! Missed you, Monda!

      And yes, this is awesome.

    2. You have officially out-cooled me in the paper department. I have nowhere to go from here.

    3. Silent Type 2 desperately needs your hankie poem but I need it fast! I am assembling the issue in another week or two. Could you send me a scan? Pretty please??? (300 DPI)

    4. Nice to see you back. What are the chances of bringing back the summer-weight glove for ladies? Especially for travel and opening public doors these could be any color, not just the old fashioned white. You like?

    5. Your back Monda!! We all miss you dearly! This would be great in ST2, Strikethru's right, get it to her fast...(Calling all cars!!)

    6. Hi there, LFP and Julia!

      Strikethru, you'll hear from me by noon tomorrow. 300 DPI and all. Promise.

      DC Chic, those summer gloves...I love them. They'd have to be nearly weightless during an Arkansas summer, but if my grandmother could do it, so can I.

      James! It's a delight to see you again!

    7. I wait eagerly for the inevitable BAROH* on eBay.


      * Bas-Ass Roll of Hankies

    8. Oh wow, I so love what you've done with it! You've started a trend!

    9. I can get the hankies into this issue if I have something by the 20th. Oh, do say you'll send it!

    10. This is perfect, it's the perfect inspiration in order to start day, I feel so comfortable when I reading something special and creative like this, I hope you keep it up.

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