I must confess that unlike my cousin, who could build several very flight worthy paper planes, my skills are limited to the basic design I learned in second grade-- and even with my most careful folding they go down in imaginary flames. If only I had this kit!
Oh wow, I really, really love this! Maybe it's because my daughters have always been mad about fairies, thus making "tiny little things" high on the favorites list. Or maybe it's because I would have absolutely LOVED to receive so... Oh wow, I really, really love this! Maybe it's because my daughters have always been mad about fairies, thus making "tiny little things" high on the favorites list. Or maybe it's because I would have absolutely LOVED to receive something so unusual in the mail when I was growing up... Whatever the case, check out the amazing things you can send courtesy of Leafcutter Designs. I'm thinking a letter from an elf is in our future at my house... from the site: World's Smallest Postal Service The World's Smallest Postal Service is a teeny tiny letter transcription service. It sets up shop in cafes and stores, and is now available online. Here's how it works: You write a letter (up to 6 sentences - see below) and I rewrite it onto tiny stationary (1 x 1.5 inches) with my microscopic ink pen. It then goes into a tiny envelope which gets addressed, stamped, and sealed with a tiny wax seal with your initial on it. The letter then goes into a see-through folded coin case and is packaged up with a magnifying glass in a larger glassine envelope, finished off with a large "World's Smallest Letter" wax seal. I can send your letter directly to a recipient of your choice, or to you if you would like to distribute it yourself. (PS: The more letters you buy, the less expensive each additional letter is because the shipping charge remains the same for the whole batch.)