Forget email – that’s so passé. If you are mourning, sending a physical thank you card to those who helped you is a healing activity – if you already have the tools on hand: the cards, the stamps and the mailing addresses for the people who helped you.
In business, an elegant hand-written card also makes a positive, lasting impression after a business meeting, media interview, or networking event. To really make your mark, go old school with a quality pen, interesting postage stamps and a really classy card. It’s vital for fostering new business leads, congratulating clients, and keeping in touch with prospects.
“Time Flies” note cards are perfect for saying “Thank you,” “Congratulations!” “My condolences,” and “Thought you might find this of interest.”
This artistic card features an image of an hourglass with wings set inside an ornate circle. The image came from a photo taken of a crypt gate in the historic Woodland Cemetery in Stamford, CT, established in 1859.
Packages of 12 folded note cards on elegant, substantial white linen paper with envelopes are only $15 plus shipping and available at the To Die For Shopping page at AGoodGoodbye.com.
Gail Rubin, CT, The Doyenne of Death®, took the photo and designed the “Time Flies” note card. The back of the card includes her signature quote: “Talking about sex won’t make you pregnant, talking about funerals won’t make you dead. Start a conversation today.”
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Suggestions for what to write in a funeral thank you note are available in this blog post: Post-Funeral Thank You Notes.
To keep track of mailing addresses, check out The Family Plot File to organize your contacts.