TINKLER ADDRESSES PROBLEM, ENVELOPES
Tuesday, March 23, 2010
TINKLER CRAFTS NOTEWORTHY CARDS
Savannah, Georgia- In the free time of her busy Savannah schedule, Martha Tinkler addressed the rumors surrounding her newest acquisition, personalized stationary.
“The rumors are true,” Tinkler sighed. “After years of struggle, I finally decided to seek help for my stationary [sic] woes. For many years I searched and searched for the perfect stationary[sic]. I bought many packs of note cards, just trying to fill that void. I went to all sorts of stores looking for a fix–some I’m not proud of–but I finally came to terms with my problem, and sought treatment.”
Ms.Tinkler entered Stovall Collection, a luxury paper goods store in her hometown of Memphis, TN. It was in Stovall, that Tinkler realized and accepted her problem. With the help of the boutique’s fine employees, Tinkler poured over a Crane & Co.* paper portfolio, making careful, deliberate decisions about fonts, paper size and shape, and colors.
“People often underestimate the importance of fonts,” Ms.Tinkler delineated. “For instance, an M that is slanting or sans serif would not convey the resolve and strength of character that clearly defines me. I mean, Comic Sans? I think not.”
Ms. Tinkler is currently debuting her stationary [sic] to those of her public who exhibited exemplary friendship/professionalism in the last few weeks. As she only ordered 100 cards, the standard is high for card recipients.** Acquaintances should adjust their behavior accordingly.
*For more information about the exceptional American corporation Crane & Co., see http://www.crane.com/
**Card writing is strictly merit-based. Behavior and character are taken into account, also, gifts. Though her birthday passed on Sunday, Tinkler gladly accepts belated presents. For gift ideas, please visit www.marthatinkler.com.