Postcard : Good luck with life.

PaperKindness

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Postcard : Good luck with life.

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CA$4.00

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Item details

Handmade

A single (1) postcard. Part of my "Statement Postcard" series.

"Good luck with life," over vintage stampede imagery.

Meant as encouragement, as a reminder and as a mantra.

Photography is free-use, copy-right free vintage photography from New Old Stock.

Delivery & returns

Ready for dispatch in 3–5 business days
From Canada
CA$4.00 delivery to Canada

Reviews

5 out of 5 stars (128)

Returns & exchanges

Please let me know if there's an issue with your order, and we'll figure out what's fair like adult-people.

Delivery policies

I ship using Canada Post. If ever you'd like something shipped urgently, contact me and we'll figure something out.

If you'd like to make a custom bundle (of several items) contact me directly, I can estimate shipping depending on size of box.

Payments

Secure options
Accepts Etsy Gift Cards and Etsy Credits
Etsy keeps your payment information secure. Etsy shops never receive your credit card information.

Additional policies

Contact me if you'd like to create a custom personal order.

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A note regarding wholesale orders and stockists:

Paper Kindness is a really small operation. It's something I started for me, from home, as a way to reach out and share.

I'm not a very good capitalist, I don't make much profit off of my items, so selling "at cost" to me means selling at a loss.

I run pretty small orders - I never have extra stock. What I have on my etsy shop is what I have at home and ready to ship.

I don't have stockists - again, I'm pretty small-time/homegrown/DIY.

Though I'd love to see my stuff in shops, I'm not set up for that to happen.

I thank you for your interest, I'm just small-time!

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Contact me if you'd like to create a custom personal order.

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A note regarding wholesale orders and stockists:

Paper Kindness is a really small operation. It's something I started for me, from home, as a way to reach out and share.

I'm not a very good capitalist, I don't make much profit off of my items, so selling "at cost" to me means selling at a loss.

I run pretty small orders - I never have extra stock. What I have on my etsy shop is what I have at home and ready to ship.

I don't have stockists - again, I'm pretty small-time/homegrown/DIY.

Though I'd love to see my stuff in shops, I'm not set up for that to happen.

I thank you for your interest, I'm just small-time!

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