Here are a few ways you can thank someone: You can receive a gift and say thank you to the giver upon opening it. You can text “thxxxx bb xo!!!” later that night, or on the drive back from the vacation home where your host just hosted you. You can call the next day. Or — and you know this is the correct option — you can put pen to paper.
You know how great it felt when you opened the gift this person got you? Or how lovely it was to stay at their vacation house? Your thank-you note should capture some of those good vibes and send them right back. Since the medium is the message — and the local drugstore card aisle never seems to cut it — I asked seven designers and design editors (plus myself, editor of a design site and member of the latter category) about the note cards that past aesthetic muster. These will go a long way.
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