Maybe your faults aren’t as bad as you think

A hand-typed note to tell your friend that you love them just the way they are. Their fugly crying, skeletons in their closet and messy house – you don’t care about any of it. It shows them how much they mean to you. 


Perfect for a friend’s birthday or just to make their day!


This is an A6 hand-typed uplifting poem on luxurious flower-embedded cotton or Lokta plant paper. The cotton paper with yellow flowers comes in a matching cotton paper envelope. The Lokta plant paper with lilac cornflowers comes in a classy parchment paper envelope. Both are beautifully sealed with a crescent moon and stars-shaped wax stamp and dried flower embellishment. The whole effect is decadent, special and harks back to years gone by. It has that “vintage vibe” that so many people adore. 


Because of the nature of the materials, each item is utterly unique. Colours and flowers may differ slightly from those in the photos. If you have a preference then message me at the time of ordering and I’ll do my best to accommodate you.



The completed gift will be placed in a separate brown hard-backed envelope and posted to you.


The poem reads:

“Maybe your faults

aren’t as bad as you think.

They make you you,

So, hey! Don’t call the shrink.


You’re not a sloth

‘cause of an unmade bed.

You just choose to invest 

your time elsewhere instead.


Feeling anxious and worried

while your loved one is out,

doesn’t make you psychotic,

it means you love with clout.


If your looks and shape

make you want to wail and cry,

then please know this truth,

magazines sell a big lie.


So, love all your faults.

Being perfect’s a bore.

It’s time to accept

yourself down to the core.”