3 Heartfelt Thank You Card Elements for a Personal Touch | Perfect Pairings with Jaycee

by Jaycee Gaspar
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Hi there Altenew friends, it's Jaycee. Are you looking for ways to add a heartfelt touch to your thank you cards? Look no further, because we’ve got three incredible tips for you!

Grateful Symbolism

Thank You Card Bouquet

First and foremost, choosing the right flower can make all the difference. Consider selecting a flower that symbolizes gratitude and thanks—like the Camellia. If you’re a subscriber to Altenew Craft-A-Flower, you’ll have received the Japanese Camellia layering die set for September 2023, which is perfect for this occasion.

Personalized Bouquet

But why stop at one flower? Incorporate something significant about your relationship with the recipient into your card design. For example, use the zinnia flower die set to show appreciation for your recipient’s shared love for gardening. The zinnia flower is also available in Altenew’s Craft-A-Flower die set, along with many other beautiful floral options.

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Next, choose a clean and concise outside sentiment, such as “grateful,” “thanks,” or “thank you.” You can also add an elegant touch to your card by creating a thank you sentiment banner using the Elegant Sayings Bundle, white heat embossed on Brushed Gold Cardstock.

Thank You Card Sentiments

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Lastly, don’t forget to be specific about what you’re thanking your recipient for, and write a heartfelt message inside the card. Altenew’s Beautiful Quotes Stamp Set has a range of sentiments suited for different occasions.

To add a finishing touch, you can use splatters from the Metallic Watercolor 14 Pan Set or Pure White Ink Sprays to add texture to your card. With these simple tips, you can create unique thank-you cards that leave a lasting impression on your recipient.

Thank you for stopping by!

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