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Stationery can turn an ordinary note into something special. Bright, colorful paper with a matching envelope can make a note filled with happy thoughts even more cheerful. Matched sets of stationery are very popular and come in so many styles and colors that you are sure to find something that fits your taste and personality. There are plenty of price ranges to choose from as well.

Personalized stationery adds that extra touch to the letters you write. Whether you write to a special person frequently, or just like to drop notes to your friends once in a while, they will know the letter is from you before they even open it. Personalized stationery makes keeping in touch with friends and family easy, especially if you have your return address printed on the envelopes or your signature added to the paper.

Businesses also use personalized stationery of sorts, which is called letterhead. It works the same way. It lets people know where the correspondence is from before even opening the letter and it often displays a logo or artwork, besides the business name.
Custom stationery is also nice and nearly any design can be incorporated. If you have a favorite photograph, if you have created an abstract work of art yourself, or you just find a picture that you love, you can have your stationery made to feature that design.
Children enjoy having their own stationery and you can purchase designs that are specially made with children in mind. Giving your child his or her own stationery is a good way to encourage him or her to write to relatives and keep them up to date with what is going on in your child\'s life.
There are also unique types of stationery, such as personalized thank you notes, note pads, and calling cards. Calling cards are much like typical business cards that have been custom made to feature your personal information instead of business information. Or, you can opt for custom note cards instead of traditional stationery sets. Note cards come in different styles, such as cards that can be sent on their own like post cards, or as flat cards complete with envelopes.
You can also find inexpensive designs for stationery online that you can print from your own computer. With so many choices of stationery available, you may never want to send a plain letter again.

Since the advent of writing, people have made up monograms. A monogram is a symbol of someone’s or something’s name, usually made up of two or more letters. Even when people wrote in cuneiform, all persons of importance had a monogram.
Later on, the monogram took the form of seal rings or ornate stamps. Anything sealed with a person’s monogram was considered to be that person’s official word on the subject. Monograms have also served to represent individuals no longer bodily present, such as the Chi-Rho monogram that is commonly used to represent Jesus Christ.
In more recent times, monograms usually take the form of someone’s initials and mark an item as belonging to that person. Items such as attaché cases, linens, flatware and glassware have long carried monograms, and during the preppie fad in the early 1980s, monograms were standard on sweaters, handbags, wallets and the like. It was a status symbol to have one\'s monogram on a variety of items.
Some brides do not feel their wedding preparations are complete until they have ordered cards, notepaper and envelopes with their new initials monogrammed on the paper. Monograms also may appear on gold foil stationery seals. In times past, brides also ordered all their household linens and flatware marked with their monograms. Some sterling or gold flatware today is still monogrammed.
Many business people have monograms on their briefcases, and some men have their monograms on the cuffs of their shirt sleeves. Some business people have monogrammed pens or pencils. Jewelry can also carry monograms. Cufflinks, class pins, class rings, signet rings and signet pins may all have monograms.
I.D. bracelets, popular in the late 1970s, frequently had monograms, although they were also imprinted with the wearer’s name, astrological sign or a witty phrase. Monogrammed sunglasses were popular at this time, as well. Some luxury cars carry the owner’s monogram on the dashboard or on the seats. Athletes may have their monograms on their shoes or uniforms. Many people also have their luggage monogrammed.
Monograms serve to confirm identity, but they also allow people to individualize their belongings. A monogram is often a personal statement. Monograms appeal to those who like to add a personal touch to their belongings.

What are Some Occasions When Written Letters are More Appropriate Than Email?
With the Internet now being present in almost every household, written letters have become a thing of the past. Why spend time and money to write something down on paper when you can send a quick email and reach somebody in a question of seconds? The answer is that, despite the popularity of email, sometimes a written letter can be much more powerful. Emails get lost and are sometimes ignored, but most of all, they are seen as more informal and less powerful than written letters. So when is a written letter a good idea? Here are a few examples.
If you are writing to elected officials, such as members of Congress, a written letter will more than likely get you a response. A well-structured letter sends the message that you have taken the time to think through your complaint or request, and it will be a more compelling argument than an email could ever be.
If you need to send an apology or a thank you note, a written letter will convey your message more strongly than a few emailed lines could ever do. A written letter shows the recipient you care enough to go through the trouble of actually writing something, buying a stamp, and finding a mailbox. Other type of messages, such as wedding invitations and Christmas newsletters or cards, preserve the tradition of the written letter.
If you are writing a letter of recommendation for somebody, be it a former employee or a student, a written letter is the preferred form. This is because a written letter feels more permanent, while an email or fax will seem outdated a few weeks after it was first sent.
The general rule is that formal situations are better handled through written letters than through email. Even through email has become the most popular form of communication nowadays, it is still seen as informal by most people, and does not carry the same weight than written letters.
Finally, remember that written letters can convey the feelings of the writer much better than an email. If you are sending a message to a relative or writing to a long-lost friend, opt for paper. The power of written letters arriving on your home cannot be compared to the simple click of an email reaching your mailbox.