Meet the squad → Jordan, Jules, and Carolyn. We're just three weirdos trying to make it in this crazy world.
Our love language is 'Words of Affirmation' (shocker), we have the laugh wrinkles of an 80 year old, and if you ever need a stamp, home slice, we got you.
We started FDT because...
There’s something just so rad about snail mail.
It leaves an impression on us because it’s an event. A surprise experience.
It’s new and it’s tactile and because it’s usually unexpected, it fills our senses with wonder.
It makes us feel special. It makes us feel loved.
Just when you thought today’s mail was all Safeway coupons, credit card offers and your alma mater asking for money again, real mail sneaks its way between the nonsense.
It arrives on the scene as if to say, “And you thought it was an all junk mail and bills kind of day... gotcha!”
When you get fun mail you know these 4 things to be true:
1. A person saw a card, thought of you, and bought it.
(Hopefully, although we all have that questionable sticky handed friend.)
2. They located a pen, collected their thoughts, and spent time
writing their feelings on a little piece of paper.
3. They knew that with just the slightest slip of their tongue, a
paper cut was possible, but licked the envelope anyways.
4. They had or knew where to find a stamp.
(F-ing Gen Zers.)
That’s a lot of freakin' hoops to jump through for a 5 x 7 sized handwritten message!
Someone loves you, and snail mail is physical proof of it.
So why the hell are we not sending and receiving more of that good juju, people?!
Friends Do This is more than just silly greeting cards.
It's about sparking some mailbox joy.
It’s about showing up for the people we love even when our own world is a total dumpster fire.
It’s about streaking your neighborhood, totally sober because you know it will make your friend smile.
Because, that’s what friends do.
Cards with a Purpose
When you shop with Friends Do This, 5% of your purchase directly supports a kick ass non-profit. This year, we are supporting the Women's Reproductive Rights Assistance Project (WRRAP). We're not saying you're going to skip the line upstairs when your time comes but it can't hurt, right?
Send em' like hot cakes, yo!