Hot Sauce Cards to Spice Up Your Snail Mail

By: Kelly Lanza, Oh So Beautiful Paper

It's feeling hot, hot, hot out there. We're certainly feeling the heat — and so is this stationery! There's no denying that the food world has been buzzing about all things hot sauce, but I'm here today to spice up your snail mail too. If you douse breakfast, lunch and dinner with your beloved spicy sauce of choice, these cards are for you (like the one pictured above from Gotamago ).

You know what they say: "If you can't take the heat ...."

Pictured left: Anna Sudit; Top right: Said With Love; Bottom right: Printerette Press

Pictured left: Study Hall LA; Top right: 10th and Pepper; Bottom right: 9th Letter Press

Pictured above: Eric Latimer
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