Taylor Swift sent flowers to the people who made her encouraging Post-It messages during her trial
Earlier this week, Taylor Swift reached a victory in her case against former radio DJ David Mueller, where she was countersuing him for alleged assault and battery. The jury ruled in favor of the singer and threw out the DJ’s lawsuit against her.
During the trial, a group of individuals who worked in a building near the courthouse showed their support for Swift by posting messages in their windows in the form of song lyrics written in Post-It Notes.
Because Swift is consistently gracious and grateful, not to mention always lavishing her fans and friends with gifts and praise, she thanked the lovely people at Craftsy with a beautiful assortment of flowers.
The company posted the gifts on their official Instagram with the caption:
The Craftsy team also gushed to Buzzfeed, “How’s this for a Tuesday treat? A beautiful surprise just arrived from Taylor herself.”
We know Swift loves hand-written notes, baking, and antique shopping, so we assume crafting would be up her alley as well. According to Buzzfeed reporter Claudia Rosenbaum, Craftsy wants to send Swift a “handcrafted gift” to thank her for the flowers.
We love all this love.