Today I’d like to share a little more about my Pen Pal Fun Packs.
For those that don’t know, I have an Esty store, Jocelyn Loves Paper, and I stock it with a variety of digital products, fun printables.
I have a range of items over there, from prints to organisers to planners and then of course, pen pal packs.
There is the original Pen Pal Pack, and I explained all about the idea behind that and who it is perfect for.
I then decided to add a range of Pen Pal Fun Packs, and there are now a fair few of these in store and more in the pipeline.
These packs are downloadable writing paper, with bells on!
They can be bought simply for the writing paper, and I’ve priced them competitively to be just that if you’d like.
There are 2 sheets of lined paper, one with a greeting on, and then 2 sheets of unlined paper, the same thing with the greeting. This gives you the choice of using your own preference or mixing them up.
They’re designed for letter writing, but of course you can use them for whatever you want to use them for – to-do lists, journal pages, scribbles, doodles, whatever!
In addition to the writing paper, I have then added a few more pages, all fun printables and tags to use with your pen pals.
You can choose to complete these yourself and post them, or send blank copies to be filled in and returned to you. Or do both!
One of the main reasons I want these products to be digital is that once bought, you can print off as many copies as you want so you can use them over and over again. Endless writing packs! I didn’t want people to just buy one pack, receive a physical copy and therefore only be able to use it once. These fun packs are to be printed as many times as you want them.
This also means that you can print them and use them creatively. You could cut them up and use them when making little inserts, flip-books or for mail art. It means you can theme your whole package.
I shared this video using my Halloween Pen Pal Pack, which gives you a good idea of what I’m talking about.
Do you see what I mean? Handily versatile!
I like the idea that you can use these pen pal packs in whatever way you like, and I do enjoy coming up with fresh designs for them.
In store currently, pen pal printable designs range from books to flowers to cupcakes to stationery to dachshunds (of course!) and more.
I see these being used in so many different ways, and I also love that as they are digital, you can grab your pack and print it instantly and get writing! You know I am always going to be encouraging putting pen to paper!
What do you think of these pen pal fun packs? And are there any designs you’d love to see or do you have any current favourites?