Mental Health, stationery

When you want to help someone but can’t find the words…

Seeing someone you love struggling with their mental health is heart-breaking. You want them to know that you’re there for them but it can be hard to figure out how to put it into words. Thanks to Geek Magnifique’s Mel, you can let them know with a simple yet beautiful card*.

Mel is that rare breed of blogger friend – one I knew pre-blog. I’ve followed her blog growth with wonder as she has become a respected mental health blogger after sharing her own battle with OCD. I’m so proud of how far she’s come – and you only have to scroll through her Twitter feed to see how much she’s helped others with her openness. Now she’s on a mission to spread the love with her own range of cards. She sent me a gorgeous package last week to coincide with the launch and I just had to share the contents with you.

honey bee cards

honey bee cards

honey bee cards

I scoffed that bee pretty sharpish – so tasty!

honey bee cards

honey bee cards

honey bee cards

Seriously, how amazing are these cards? I love the light-hearted and affectionate tone. There are a few people in my life who are struggling at the moment so I’m going to pop these in the post to let them know I’m thinking of them. Non-bill post is always nice and I miss the beauty of a simple letter or thoughtful card from a loved one. I hope they help brighten their day a little bit and that they know I’m hear if/when they want to talk.

You can buy the cards via Mel’s blog. They’re £3.00 each or you can get the set for £10.00.

*This isn’t a sponsored post. Mel sent me these as a gift and I wanted to share them because I think she’s bleddy aces!

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