Welcome to Pigeon Prints, my humble collection of handmade printables for all you penpallers out there! Here, mail isn't delivered by snails ~ the birds make sure your letters and packages get to where they're going. All files are free to download. You'll find tools to help you stay organized, and goodies to send off into the world. Have a look around, and if you have any comments, ideas, or requests ~ feel free to drop me a line... by e-mail, this time.

Trackers for those of us who need lists. I made these for myself because I literally cannot function without lists for everything. Maybe they'll help you too?

These postcards are designed for 4.25 x 5.5 blanks, however you can use any thick paper, cut to size. My instructions will be for the postcard sized paper. To use these, pick out a front + a back. (click thumbnail for full size) Print the back first, and then place it back on your print tray, printed side up, with the address lines facing into the mouth of the printer. Print the front, and voila! You have a postcard. Simple as that!

The Monster Ducky - a zine press and host of the Mail Art Club, a pen pal network, and even a mix tape club. I've recently joined the club (although I've been following TMD on Instagram forever), so I'll need to report back with my findings! So far, I'm intrigued - as a huge zinester, the vibe is right up my alley. TMD is sadly offline, but the concept was so radical that I'm keeping this description up in honor (and -hopefully- inspiration)

Postcrossing - a community centered around trading postcards all around the world. It's a pretty cool system. You start with up to five addresses to send postcards to. Each postcard has a unique number to be written on the back. This number is entered into the website by the recipient, once their card arrives. The best part? Once you become active, you can see how many total miles your cards have traveled!

Thanks for stopping by!