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You can find thank yous for every occasion. Whether you need to thank friends and family for supporting you through a hard time or for sending a thoughtful present, there are plenty of cards for you to choose from. Many people send out holiday thank you cards after they receive a gift around Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah or another holiday. No matter why you’re writing this type of note, you may struggle to know exactly what to say.
Writing a thank you doesn’t have to be challenging. Some composers have trouble knowing what to say or how to express their thanks. As you sit down to write your thank-you cards, keep these tips in mind.
First, make the recipient feel appreciated. A thank-you card is not a time for one-upmanship. The point of sending this type of note is to let the person know you received and liked the personalized gift that they sent. If you do send an extravagant thank you for a small gift, it may start a thank-you war with both parties trying to show their thanks in a bigger way.
Second, take the time to check your spelling. You do not want to misspell your correspondents name. As you should write your note in either blue or black pen, you may want to have a few extra thank-you cards on hand to ensure you will be able to send error-free notes to all of your holiday gift givers.
Finally, don’t be rude. Not everyone is going to get you the perfect gift. If you didn’t like what someone sent you, you should still strive to thank them for their gift. After all, weren’t you always told that it’s the thought that counts? For example, if you truly didn’t like a gift, your holiday cards could simply let the recipient know you are thankful that they thought of you.