They say a good man is hard to find.
But a good woman? It’s a cinch. Look no further than The Good Envelope Party, a group of Los Angeles ladies who get together bimonthly to make recycled stationery.
The Party people take pages from salvaged books and magazines and fold them into beautiful sets of correspondence coordinated into themes such as animals, famous peeps, retro, booze, and sports.
Plus, 100 percent of proceeds goes to nonprofit organizations and community outreach. Whom does the money aid, you ask? Underfunded schools and families struggling to fulfill basic needs. Yes, that’s right. The stationery is made out of love with the sole purpose of helping others and the earth.
See? No good deed goes unpublished.
Available online at thegoodenvelopeparty.com.