World's Smallest Post Service
Send the world's smallest wedding invitations.
Lea Redmond started her shop Leafcutter Designs as a place to sell handmade crafts and gifts that she'd invented for friends. She explains, "After seeing lots of people enjoy what we made, we decided to make a bigger batch. We try to have things made as close to home as possible, using the most ecologically sound materials we can. We hope to bring joy, laughter, and creativity into your life with the items in our shop."
It was Lea's miniature letter writing services that shot Leafcutter to internet fame, with her unique and quirky way to send letters, invitations, cards, postcards and even tiny packaged gifts. Recently, couples have even started using the service to send wedding invitations to their guests.
Leafcutter now sell the World's Tiniest Post Service so that you can write and send tiny letters at home. The kits includes all the tools you need to write tiny letters, with mini stamps and wax seals, and even a magnifying glass to read them. Miniature gift boxes, parcel paper and pages from The Small Times are also included, so you can send tiny gifts.
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We've got one free tiny letter, written by Leafcutter and sent to whoever you want to give away to a lucky Snippets reader. To enter, just leave a comment below telling us who you'd send it to?
You can find out more about Leafcutter and send tiny letters of your own on their website.