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Cardtorial Laser-Cut Wooden Postcards – Because Paper Isn’t Enough

by Hazel Chua
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I love getting mail. Not the electronic kind, but the old-fashioned postal and physical kind of mail. Sure, it might take longer to arrive, but compare the feeling you get when you receive an actual postcard in the mail versus an e-card in your inbox.

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Go up one more level and you’ve got the Cardtorial. Instead of plain cardboard, you can now send messages of love, friendship, and encouragement with laser-cut designs on certified American wood. Aside from saying how you feel through the adorable designs on the cards, you can add your own message using a marker to make it even more special.

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Its creator Yvonne Leung recently completed a successful campaign on Kickstarter to launch the cards and to fund crafting more Cardtorials for her Fall 2012 line. The campaign is closed (and all funded!) but you can still get the cards directly from her website for $10(USD) per card. For an extra $5 per card, you can also personalize them, but you’ll need to allow at least 10 extra business days for that service.

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