For all those who’ve struggled with how to write a thank you card, here are a few tips that might make it a little easier. Whether your note is to follow up on a job interview or to thank a party hostess, knowing how to get started will make it that much easier to finish.
- Write it right away. Preferably while the event is fresh in your mind. Nothing is harder than trying to remember details of a conversation, dinner party or event, weeks after it happened. If you write the thank you note quickly, it’ll be easier to come up with specific things to mention, perhaps a funny moment or a thoughtful touch you appreciated. Wedding thank you cards you can take a little longer, but most etiquette books suggest sending them within 2-3 months.
- Specific is better. Anybody can write a generic thank you note, and we’ve all gotten them: “Thanks for the blankety blank. I really appreciate it. Thanks again. Love, Julie.” Much better to mention exactly what you’re thanking this person for, and add something specific about why you liked it. Continue reading
Teacher Appreciation Day is May 6th, and it’s the perfect opportunity to recognize your child’s teacher for the inspiring work he or she does. Challenging, encouraging and shaping young lives, teachers pass on many amazing gifts to their students, and May 6th is your day to give back.
A simple thank you is all teachers want in return. But how to say it? Here are a few gift ideas for Teacher Appreciation Day that any teacher would love to receive.
- Write a thank you note. A simple, sincere note means the most, and is easy for a teacher to keep. Decorate it with a colorful drawing for a special touch. Continue reading
Happy Mother’s Day weekend! We are celebrating Mom by offering 40% off our stationery products! That’s right, stock up on note cards, address labels and our adorable little notelettes for 40% off. Use the code MOMDAY13 and start shopping now! Hurry offer ends tomorrow!
Looking for uniquely personal holiday gift ideas? Check out our Holiday Gift Guide! Our new personalized children’s books make great gifts for new babies and kids. For the grown-ups on your list, personalized note cards or note card sets are thoughtful ideas for friends, teachers and hostess gifts. Our Holiday Gift Guide includes:
Personalized Children’s Books
As kids head back to school, moms get organized. Here are a few back to school ideas that we’ve found helpful, including using book stickers as personalized gifts for teachers, or address labels to organize and identify your kids’ belongings. And don’t forget to stock up on your own school supplies. You’ll get an A+ for organizing.
Book stickers instead of apples for the teacher
A great sticker ideas is placing a book sticker inside the front cover of a book to identify whose it is. Book stickers make great teacher gifts. Read more…
Creative organization ideas for back to school
These creative organization ideas include using stick-on address labels to label kids’ stuff and to organize storage spaces in dorm rooms and around the house. Read more…
School Supplies for Mom
Kids aren’t the only ones who need new supplies for the school year. This is the perfect time to re-stock stationery drawers with note cards, address labels, teacher gifts and more. Read more…
Shop for personalized note cards, book stickers and address labels at Pear Tree. And you’ll find more teacher gift ideas and stationery ideas on our blog.