I send out Thank You cards to everyone who places an order with me – sometimes I get a little behind (like in February when we had health issues at home) but I try to make sure I get caught up. Well, yesterday, I was finishing up the last batch of Thank You cards and getting them ready to mail when I realized I do something that may seem strange to some folks. So, I thought I’d share a little background today.
So, what is it that I do that is odd? Well, when I send out my thank you cards, instead of writing my note on the inside like I normally do for birthday cards, congrats, sympathy, etc, I write my note on a post-it note and put THAT inside the card!
I always thought it was clear why I did that… I want to send you a Thank You for your order, but I also want to GIVE you a card that you can use for ideas or for giving away to someone else! So, I write my note on a post-it so you can pull out and reuse the card. If you want to keep it for ideas or for yourself, that is awesome. If you want to share it with someone else, that is great too.
I was talking with someone I gave a card to recently and when I mentioned I had written on the post-it note so she could re-use it if she wanted, she was surprised and shared that she hadn’t even thought of that.
So, thank you for ordering with me… please enjoy your card, however you choose! Oh, and want to see the front of this card? I can’t believe I haven’t shared it yet!
Love, love, love this Lacy & Lovely stamp set! Pair it with Primrose Petals and some emboss resist technique and it is a really pretty card. I think I need to spend some more time with my Primrose Petals papers and ribbon before they go away next month!
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Stampin’ Up! Supplies Used
Stamps – Lacy & Lovely
Ink – Versamark, Primrose Petals, Early Espresso
Paper –River Rock (retired), Primrose Petals, Whisper White
Accessories – Heat Gun, Clear embossing powder, embossing buddy, Primrose Petals stitched satin ribbon, glue dots, sponges