Simplifying Those Thank You Notes

The online stationery company, Paperless Post, reached out just before Christmas suggesting a collaboration.  My immediate thought was thanks, but no thanks … but then I thought of The Boy Child and his dislike of the many, many thank-you notes he writes between late December and late January each year (the downside of a birthday close to Christmas).  He doesn’t seem to equate typing on the PC with ‘writing‘. thumbnail 138He was thrilled when I casually enquired if he’d like to send a few thank-yous electronically (the oldies in the family will still require a handwritten note delivered by Royal Mail).thumbnail 139I don’t see myself ever becoming reliant on electronic Happy Mail, but I can see where the concept it might work for a large mail shot – wedding invitations and such like … or notes from The Boy Child …

Paperless Post has a great range of designs to choose from and it was fairly straight forward to use.  I also felt it offered good value for money.

This post is sponsored by Paperless Post, but all opinions are my own.

5 thoughts on “Simplifying Those Thank You Notes

  1. What a good idea! I remember all too well the painful times of getting my two to write thank you letters, why is it so hard for them? The number of times I would say ‘you were happy to receive the present so it’s only fair to write and say thank you’, we spent more time trying to get the enthusiasm going than the time it took to write the notes!

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