Along with the rest of us, last spring found luxury shoe designer Sarah Flint quarantining at home in Buzzards Bay, Massachusetts, and rediscovering the pleasures of corresponding with friends via snail mail. But, she didn’t stop there, which isn’t really too surprising — have you seen her creations?
Inspired by her parent’s garden, she started pandemic painting, and the results, delicate renderings of daffodils and bleeding hearts, are miniature wonders to behold. The designer, a favorite of Meghan Markle, literally lives in Crane country, so she connected with the team there, and they transformed her work into beguiling stationery prints to beautifully dress flat notes instead of feet.
The fragile blooms almost seem to gently sway in the wind as they weave their way across the sheets and envelope liners. And how better to convey how much the recipient means than with forget-me-nots, symbolizing loyalty and devotion, and daffodils, symbolizing rebirth and new beginnings?
The Crane x Sarah Flint collection has a limited production run, so get yours before they’re all gone. Each box has 10 bespoke cards and lined envelopes, $45, perfect for a little splurge or for your favorite correspondent friend!