Today I welcome four charming guests sharing their 10-step picture tutorial on How to Mail a Hug.
This idea originated at Tons of Fun. Her adorable version of a long-distance hug uses paint and ribbon, neither of which we have in our travel trailer. Therefore, we embraced creativity and frugality to create our own versions using what we had on hand. We spent no money (apart from postage) and added no “stuff” to our lives. (See how you can apply simplicity to every aspect of life, saving money, having fun, and avoiding clutter in the process!)
Now I will turn the stage over to my delightful guests, four of my seven children, as they explain in pictures how to mail a hug.
How to Mail a Hug
Pop it in an envelope and you’re all set! Simple, sweet, and suitable for any time of year!
11 thoughts on “How To Mail a Hug – A 10-Step Picture Tutorial”
You have our address, right?? 😉
😀 Sure do! We’ll send our dirty laundry and bills right over. 😉
Send them over here, too! You can NEVER have too many hugs! =)
Amen to that!
I’m sharing this on my facebook page~ lots of military familes are friends and are seperated from family.
Thank you for sharing with military families. That is an excellent idea. 🙂
When my nephew was in Afghanistan I halpoed his children send him hugs in the mail and they were identical to this sweet publication. Great minds work in the same direction Blessed by our Lord. Thanks for the wonderful shares and your blog messages. You are top notch!
Aunt Bea, that is very sweet of you. I bet your nephew just loved those special hugs from his little ones. You’re such a sweetie!
What a wonderful idea…I love it! You can never have enough hugs! 🙂
I have some grandchildren who could use a hug from Grandma and Grandpa. Thank you for this idea!
I hope your grandchildren LOVE it!