When you receive a real gift, you are receiving so much more than the present; you are receiving an impression of how that person thinks about you, you are receiving the time and effort that it took to come up with the idea, and most importantly, you are receiving that person’s attention.
Ever since I can remember my mom has always taught my sisters and I to write thank you cards.
For Christmas & Birthdays she would always have a pen and paper handy to write each name and the gift we received. Although it is easy to sit down and write a short note, hardly anyone does, and the moment you do, you set yourself aside from the crowd. I teach my daughter the same way. Send a thank you, just because. One act of kindness deserves another. Here are some super-duper thank you craft ideas. Enjoy.
(you can add the ‘Thank you’ to the front)
(add a ‘thank you’ tag instead of traditions) Also cute for New Years!
(To thank grandmas everyone who spoil our kids)
(For thank you cards, invitation, just because etc…)
(Thank you mugs)
(love these-you can put anything you like inside)
Thank you very much for taking the time to read this!