The most obvious, and honestly easiest, place to start is aThank You Card. If someone brings you dinner, gives you a gift, or you simply feel gratitude, it’s always a great time to write a thank you now. It’s recommended to write a thank you note within 24 hours of receiving a gift or action!
The next occasion to write a note is for someoneBirthday! Birthdays are fun! And people want to remember them! That’s why birthday cards are a great way to start when getting into the habit of handwritten notes. The beauty of a birthday card is that it can be kept in a keepsake box, where a text will get lost in the thread or the bustle of what texting has become.
Has your friend had a baby? OurHello Little Blessing Card is covered in balloons to celebrate new life! And it is gender neutral! This card can be for moms or for babies to read when they get older! If you’re taking a meal to a new mom, add this note to the mix. Tell the mom how willing you are to help, how proud you are, or how much you love her. You can also add it to a baby gift, and write a note to the little one about how much you love him or her, how you can’t wait to watch him or her grow up, or write a prayer for the life of the child.
Celebrating something? Engagement? Promotion? New Job? Reach for ourChampagne Mini Card, and say cheers! If you live states away, a fun way to celebrate is to include a gift card to a local wine store, bar, or restaurant for a drink on you! If you’re in the same town as your friend worth celebrating, pick up a bottle of champagne and tie the mini card on it with a cute bow! That’s the beauty of the mini cards, too!
Similarly to the champagne card, ourCongratulations Card is for those times to celebrate! Whether it's engagement, college (or high school!) graduation, or a new house, tell your friends congratulations on their most recent accomplishment!
And if this inspired you to send a note just for fun, ourEveryday Cards are a fun way to just say hey and let someone you love know you’re thinking about them!
Thank you for reading today, we hope we inspired you to start writing notes!