have you written your thank you cards for all the christmas gifts that you received? i'll be working on mine today (knock on wood). i usually like to make my own thank you cards. the card above is one that i actually made for my husband on valentine's day a few years back. about a hundred or so tiny embroidery knots make up that heart. labor of love, for sure. i use to have time for such pleasures (before kids...and blogging ;). though, one of my new year's
resolutions goals is to create more. if i could just remember how good i feel when i'm working and creating things with my hands, i would do it more often. hm, i wonder if there's an app for that?
these days, i do still make my own thank you cards, but they usually consist of a pretty colored envelope and different colored inside notecard from paper-source. (have you seen all the wonderful colors they offer? the retailer is a paper lovers heaven.) it's quite simple, really. buy an outer envelope in say, night, and an inside card in say, persimmon, and you have yourself a plain and simple thank you note. however, if even that task seems too much, paper-source also has an amazing section of pre-made thank you cards (see below for proof). so, there you go. get to it*...go write your thank you notes because those gifts came from people who are now probably waiting for some gratitude.
image source: paper-source
*or have you already finished writing your thank you notes? then, bravo!