A Snowy Presidents’ Day: A Perfect Way to show off the beauty of Brooklyn

It was a snowy morning in NYC- most of it melting before it hitting the ground, but still enough to cover the trees and give the city a little bit more of the Winter Wonderland look we have seen so much of this winter. I heard if we get 4″ today (unlikely it will accumulate that much) we will be in a dead heat for the snowiest winter on record (still need 15 more inches after all this to compete with 1995-1996). But on this lazy Presidents’ Day when schools are off and most businesses are shut down, it sure does make the city look pretty. The charming streets look even more inviting framed with trees glistening with fresh white snow. Plus it’s our second Monday open and we have already had a slew of people in the shop, many of them happy for the extra day off. We just sold a set of these beautiful Brooklyn Sketch Notecards that we just got in late last week and as I was wrapping them up they also reminded me how beautiful this city is, especially now. The set of 8 notecards includes 4 of beautiful Brownstone Brooklyn and 4 of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge, all letterpressed by hand on an antique press in a beautiful book-like set (complete with colored envelopes). Brooklyn Sketches Notecard Set $20.


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