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  • Tiffany Smith

    Happy Mail! Lots of cute ideas of things you can mail that are under 13 ounces (meaning you can stick stamps on and throw in the mailbox!)

  • Leah Ogilvie

    Mail something crazy to a pen pal, friend, or relative. | The Ultimate Summer Bucket List For Bored Kids

  • Jennifer (Barker) Horning

    Mail a bouncy ball and many other fun things:)

  • Jocelyn Hobson

    Finding a package in the mail is always a fantastic treat, but AmberLee takes the art of sending fantastic treats to an all-time magical level. From candy-colored pencils and bouncy balls to sand toys and a bubble-wrapped hopscotch set, she has pretty much sent it all. Successfully! The trick is to make sure everything is clearly labeled, and 13 ounces or less.

  • Erin Bernhard

    ...more fun mail (13 ounces or less & you're set) this blog has a ton of fun ideas that she has successfully mailed!

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HAPPY MAIL: This blog features unique ideas to mail to people. Givers Log: My name is AmberLee and I am a California mom, chocolate maker, and country girl. GiversLog is my place to catalog my adventures in handmade giving, cooking, sending happy mail, and doing all the other things I adore, which you can see a long list of right here.

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Such a great idea! Makes me wish I kept all my old candles now. Can't wait to try this. Who would have thought!