I'm lucky enough to have parents who taught me this valuable lesson at a young age: "Always say please and thank you." Needless to say my family is big on Thank You notes. I've noticed that many artists are as well. I never exepct these notes and cards, so when I get them they are truly cherished and hung up in my office. Recently I've received these beauties. The note inside is from Alexa (http://www.etsy.com/shop/whatHEloves). Her card is the one with the sketch of the fashionable femme on the front.
I've been putting off sending my Thank You cards, but I will get to them tonight over TV. There truly is an art to saying Thank You; after all it's more than manners when done with this presentation. At Stampington we see a lot of cards, but I'm always more interested in the words and stories inside of them. Have you sent your Thank You cards from the holidays yet?