How to Monday: "How to Write a Thank You Card"

How to write a Thank You Card

The vows have been said and the gifts have been put away and accounted for. The time has arrived to for the thank you cards. Here are some tips and tricks on how to send out all those notes of gratitude.

First off get yourself some stationery or make your own that represents you and your new life partner. Start off by a simple Dear Aunt Kathy and Uncle Greg or who ever gifted you that new espresso maker or generous check.

If you are given a generous check or cash:
Instead of thanking your loved ones for that five hundred dollars. You can write thank you for your generosity or your kindness is much appreciated. You can also share with your giver how you plan to use your recent windfall. Something like … with your help we will be able to purchase our new home, flat screen tv or a trip to Hawaii.

If you are given something of your registry or a gift in general:
Start off by mentioning the gift. For instance, Thank you for the tangerine KitchenAid and let them know what you plan to use it for. We already baked our first batch of homemade chocolate chip cookies and they were delicious.

Finally sign it off with a nice thank you again and wrap it up with love and sincerity. Your loved ones will appreciate your little note

1.  Thank You card on lovely off white stock.
2. Moustache thank you cards
3. Cheerful rainbow note cards
4. Gracias Cards

Finally make things a little easier by using a pre addressed stamp.

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Inspirationally Yours,


2 thoughts on “How to Monday: "How to Write a Thank You Card"

  1. Valrie Mashak

    Excellent read, I just passed this onto a colleague who was doing some research on that. And he actually bought me lunch since I found it for him smile Thus let me rephrase that: Thanks for lunch! “Creativity comes from zeal to do something, generally it is to make some money.” by B. J. Gupta.


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