Hello! It’s cozy and creepy season: that delightful time of year when you’ll feel a shiver go up your spine, but there’s plenty of knitwear to keep you warm. Between the fall colors and Halloween spirit, these first few months of autumn are simply the best.
It’s not quite sweater weather, but we know everyone’s been patiently (or impatiently) waiting for fall. While PAPYRUS might not serve pipin’ hot pumpkin spice lattes, we’re just as excited for the cozy blankets, beautiful foliage, and togetherness that comes with the autumn season.
Parties can be great. Or boring. It kind of depends on the person! But, as the host, you want to make sure everyone is having a great time—even if they’d prefer to sit in a corner and stare at their phone.
Paw beans, curled feetsies, and cat loaves: the internet has come up with some great slang for our kitten friends. These little (and loud) creatures take up way more space than you’d expect, but they also fill your life with so much love.
Okay, people. It’s time to brainstorm. Father’s Day is Sunday, June 16th. While you may have hit a home run for Mother’s Day with a lovely bouquet of flowers and a sweet card, Father’s Day doesn’t have quite as many solid traditions to fall back on. But you love Dad as much as Mom, right? Right. So let’s get planning.
The benefits of writing poetry are numerous. Some poetry forms are like puzzles, with rules you have to follow and structures you can’t stray from. The brain is a muscle, and you can keep it fit with fun poetry exercises that really stretch your ability to craft prose.
If you’re scrambling to find words that perfectly convey how much you love and appreciate mom, we’ve got a few suggestions. These poems range from simply sweet to darkly funny (in the right context), but all of them are definitely beautiful. Pick a stanza or use the whole poem! Either way, she’ll love the effort.
We at PAPYRUS know that a card’s inside message is just as important as a beautiful front cover. And that’s why we’ve curated a list of meaningful springtime poem excerpts to add some delight (and maybe even a little reflection) for your recipient.
You know what the Witty Gal would say? “Always save the best for last.” It’s almost time to close the curtains on an exciting Women’s Month 2019 (but we all know women rock every month of the year) and shine a spotlight on our final leading lady. She’s smart. She’s confident. And she definitely has a way with