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in case of busyness: these are the cards for you.
busy or not, fill-in-the-blank cards are one of my favorite types of stationery (see shop for evidence). whether the cards have big blanks (cue tokketok’s gold foiled happy notes) or tiny blanks (enter three potato four’s kiss correspondence cards), these cards have a light official-ness that makes people smile upon receiving them.
thanks for sending over the first one, busy buddy bruce chan. ^_^
from anthropologie, here are the perfectly essential parts of a thank you note:
Novel-writing not required.
The basic formula for thank you notes is this: 1. Greet the giver. 2. Thank them for the gift. 3. Write a line or two about why you adore the gift. 4. Add another line about your relationship with the giver. 5. Thank them again and close with your regards. That’s it—short and sweet!
see more tips on the anthropologie blog!