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Remember the sticky notes outside of the Taylor Swift groping trial? Taylor noticed them

Remember the sticky notes outside of the Taylor Swift groping trial? Taylor noticed them
Posted at 4:34 PM, Aug 15, 2017

DENVER — The group behind a series of positive Post-It Note messages facing Denver's federal courthouse during Taylor Swift's groping trial was rewarded in a big way just a day after the pop star's trial ended. 

Each day of the Taylor Swift trial, the folks at Craftsy showed their support by posting messages like "Free Tay!" and "People throw rocks at things that shine!" 

On the final day of the trial, after Swift learned a jury sided with her, saying a Denver DJ groped and assaulted her, the office posted a final message saying, "Begin again." 

Not 24 hours after the trial concluded, Taylor Swift proved she noticed and appreciated the support. 

The young star sent an arrangement of 10 flower baskets to Craftsy as a message of thanks.

According to Buzzfeed, which spoke with the business, they were blown away by Swift's kindness.

Check out the arrangement in the photo below: