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Little Saints Notelet - All shall be well

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Little Saints Notelet - All shall be well


ITEM "Little Saint" Notelet   PRODUCT CODE BM01   SUITABILITY This notelet can simply be used as a blank greeting card or, unfolded, to write a letter - suitable for many occasions.   SAINT QUOTED Mother Julian of Norwich   QUOTATION "All shall be well, and all shall be well and all manner of thing shall be well"   PRESENTATION AND SIZE Notelet is printed on 90gsm marltone/marlmarque paper and presented with a white 100 gsm envelope in a polypropylene display sleeve.    SIZE Size of notelet folded is A6 (105mm x 148mm) and can be unfolded A4 (210 mm x 297 mm) sheet of paper. The envelope is C6 (ISO standard size) 114 mm x 162 mm   PLEASE NOTE Notelets are printed on a variety of marletone and marlmarque papers and the colour of the notelet provided may differ from that shown.

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WATERMEAD STORY The first “Little Saint” card produced was our "Advice for a Healthy Retreat" card and this was soon followed by the "Advice for a Speedy Recovery" card. Then more "Little Saint" characters joined the collection inspiring a series of folded notelets, the first using a saying from St Joseph Cafasso (1811-1860) “We were born to love, we live to love and we shall die to love still more.” Many of the "Little Saint" notelets were originally created for a person or situation with the accompanying sayings inspired by a book called 'Wisdom of the Saints', an anthology of hundreds of sayings from over two thousand years. MORE "LITTLE SAINT" PRODUCTS As well as our "Little Saint" cards the characters appear as illustrations in Watermead books and on our weekly Lord’s Day Newsletter. There are also serviettes, mugs, placemats, coasters, bookmarks and we are always exploring new product possibilies – including a range of cards and placemats for Christmas. The little mice that accompany the Saints in their escapades are called Cyril and Methodius, named after two 9th century saints, and they, too, have been used on our 'alternative' Valentine's Day card.