Summer days: they make you think of hazy afternoons, lemonade, bare feet, and (for many people, anyway) letters home from summer camp. Call me old-fashioned, but I still love a nice handwritten letter on nice stationery.
Here is a set for you to print out and use for your letter-writing enjoyment: a letter-sized page with light lines, and an envelope you can cut out and glue together to send to that special someone. Both feature a photograph taken by yours truly of a wild summer meadow, full of daisies and tall grasses.
Download either, or both, for FREE below. Just be sure that you don’t resell or reuse this design, or claim that it is yours in any way. And if you love it, tell your friends where you got it!
Happy Summer from Manic Elf!
This Blog is going to be undergoing some changes in the coming days. Don’t get me wrong, I still love to hear myself talk, but I want to refocus a bit on what I hear myself talk about. So here are some things that I plan to change, and things I plan to keep the same.
First, what’s not going anywhere, or else will be more of:
- Advice for online business, just no longer strictly limited to Second Life
- Free cool stuff I made, to download and enjoy, including some of the printables I’ve already added.
- Talk about mental illness and video game addiction. It’s a day-to-day process and I know it helps me to know I’m not alone, so who knows, maybe that will help someone else too.
- The Know-It-All Pages are totally staying, but will likely be updated.
- Occasional sweary rants. Where the fuck else am I gonna?
- Cats. Because we all must do our part to power the Internet.
What’s going, or else you won’t see further:
- Things I made that are on the Second Life Marketplace, largely because I’m not even in Second Life anymore. Because of that I no longer offer support for things I’ve made in the past. The listings will remain, mostly for sentimentality’s sake, but you’re on your own to stumble cheerfully upon them. I’ll be deleting posts here that link to them in the coming days.
- In-character stories. They hearken back to my earliest days of this blog, and were fun at the time, but I think ultimately are a little confusing the way they bleed between RL and RP, as well as more than a little self-serving. And, they remind me of a time in my past that I think I’d do just as well to not remind myself of.
- My personal stuff, except as it relates to the first list.
- Announcements for past events in Second Life will be deleted. Too confusing.
So, in conclusion, if you want to have a record of some of the things I’ve written or listed in the past, get ’em before they’re gone.
Taking your family or Household to an SCA event, and you’re in charge of food? Make life a little easier with this FREE printable menu planner. Download this .pdf, print it out, and you’re off and running! Includes space to write your meal plan, a chart of serving sizes, and a grocery list space.
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Got a big Society for Creative Anachronism (SCA) event coming up? Here’s a free pre-event checklist, with a classy medieval style, for you to print out and use. I hope you find it greatly useful.
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