When I moved the typewriter poster that was rolled and stored in a bin in the attic for the umpteenth time, I decided it was time to do something with it before it gets torn, crumpled, or ruined.
It's never going into a frame to be hung on the wall, but it's too charming to toss, and it seemed there had to be some use for it.
Found paper stationery: papers from tin cans, fancy soaps, that paper wrapping around the just-bought bottle of Lea & Perrin's worcestershire sauce, flour bags, hanging number tickets from the auto repair shop, bagel bags ... and repurposed posters.
Found paper stationery is worth the effort for two reasons:
The question now ... do I write or type my letter?
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