January 17, 2014

How Do You Say Thank You

It is always important to say "please" and "thank you". But do you say it enough? One of the best ways to say "thanks" is by sending a handwritten thank you note to someone who has done something for you, big or small. Sending handwritten thank you notes is a great way to let friends and family know how much they mean to you, and how greatly their generosity is appreciated. It means so much more in physical writing than a text, email, or social message shout out.

January is National Thank You month. Take this opportunity to let everyone know how much they mean to you by sending handwritten notes for anything and everything. Even drop a note in the mail just because!

So how do you say "thank you"? Saying "thank you" is easiest and most genuine in your own voice. Translate your voice and personality with the social stationery you write it on! With 100's of styles of thank you cards, flat cards, and folded cards, there is a note card on FineStationery.com that will speak to your personal style. Add your chosen wording and make the stationery set truly your own, or personalize a note card to read simply "thank you" for a new set of personalized notes!

Check out the video below to see how easy it is to design any card on our site to a thank you note:

How do you say "thank you"? Here are some ideas:

 Thanks a latte for afternoon coffee - Cid Pear Leaves Correspondence

 Thank you for picking up our mail while we were away - McPhersons Fish Note Card

Thanks for introducing me to that new band, I can't stop listening - 14 and Orange Hip Glasses Flat Card

Thanks for babysitting your niece, you're a real gem - Boatman Geller Pink Diamond Note Card

Thanks for dropping off treats, you're too sweet - Kramer Drive Candy Counter Flat Card

Thank you for taking care of me while I was sick, you were beary helpful - Crane & Co. Teddy Bear Note Card
Merci beaucoup for the macarons - Boatman Geller Eiffel Tower Flat Card

Thanks for, well, everything - Carrie Beth Taylor Spa Chic Flat Card

So tell us, how do you say "thank you"?