Tag Archives: Thank You Cards

The Importance of a Thank You Card

25 Aug

aug-thankYouCards-001Sometimes a little thank you is all it takes to put a smile on someone’s face.  While some people are more likely to save handwriting real thank you cards for the bigger occasions such as for a wedding shower present or a wedding gift, it’s important to consider that writing notes to family, friends, co-workers, neighbors and more, even for the smaller things, means a great deal to those who receive them.

Maybe a friend brought you dinner, a neighbor walked your dog for you, you were interviewed for a job, or your cousin remembered your birthday.  Maybe a co-worker took care of an issue for you or your boss gave you a raise.  These and other kind acts are the perfect reason to send a handwritten thank you note.

aug-thankYouCards-002Saying thank you with a personalized thank you note card makes a memorable statement.  Remember to use a nice thank you card to write your note on, be genuine in your note and express how important their help has been to you.  And, use nice handwriting and a good quality pen to write your note, and remember to sign your name!  You don’t have to write a lot but be genuine in your sentiments.

There are a variety of thank you card styles perfect for a wedding thank you note, a bridal shower thank you notes, graduation thank you cards, sympathy thank you cards and everyday general notes of thanks. A nice box of basic thank you cards is always something handy to have on hand.

You will certainly make someone’s day when they receive an attractive note card on their mailbox or on their desk.  Sending a thank you card is a sweet gesture at any time! A spontaneous or unexpected thank you note can often mean a lot.  After all, who doesn’t like being appreciated?

Best wishes,

Renee

Thank You’s: Handwritten or Email?

11 Feb

Last week on Facebook we asked the following:Facebook The response was overwhelming and probably one of the most popular posts we ever posted.  I think there’s a simple reason why it struck a chord with so many of you.  We live in an era where people receive their messages in texts, their news in blurbs and everything else is digital.  While this can be great for making plans, finding someone you’re meeting or for a quick connect, this is still not the case when thanking someone.

To open the mailbox (no, not your “Inbox”!), it’s always a pleasant surprise to receive a handwritten thank you note.  Have a difficult time remembering?  Why not stock up on stationery and stamps and keep them in a drawer so it makes it easy to write a quick note while watching your favorite show at night?

Join in the conversation on Facebook if you’d like to add your two cents!

xoxo

Jennifer

 

The Stationery Studio Wins Trendy Online Stationer of the Year

1 May

Renee Redman, TheStationeryStudio.com Wins Industry's Highest Honor from Stationery Trends Magazine.

This Just In!  We’re proud to announce that the owner of The Stationery Studio, Renee Redman, was recently awarded Stationery Trends Magazine’s highest honor: Trendy Online Stationer of the Year.

TheStationeryStudio.com started in a living room 18 years ago and has grown into a premier website with more than 10,000 unique visitors a day and a reputation for excellence.

One of the greatest honors is when members of your industry recognize your hard work, dedication and contributions,” Redman said.

The Trendy Stationer and Trendy Online Stationer of the Year are sponsored and managed by Stationery Trends, the resource for greeting cards, gifts and all things stationery.

Says Renee: “We truly enjoy showcasing and promoting custom personalized stationery and gifts.  We believe in this industry and the business of gracious living. Sending beautiful thank you notes, giving thoughtful personalized presents, and entertaining in style shows an appreciation for all things lovely and is the basis for the success of our business.  This award is a symbol of what it truly means to ‘dare to dream’ “.

For more information about The Stationery Studio, click here.