In our vast digital landscape, it’s easy to forget the daily niceties that give interpersonal relationships meaning and sentiment. Between emails, texts and social media, sometimes it can be hours into a Monday morning before a face-to-face conversation actually takes place. But even with all the available technology connecting us like never before, it’s important to maintain some traditions, like sending cards and gifts to say “thank you” to someone who’s hosted a party, performed an act of act of kindness or even just been a loyal friend. Here are our five favorite ways to say “thank you” at SampleHouse:
Admit it, you love getting cards in the mail. Who doesn’t? And we’re not talking about mail from the electric company, we’re talking about bright, glittery, hilarious, heartfelt cards sent with a handwritten note or even a simple signature. SampleHouse carries more cards than you could mail in a year, and they cover nearly any occasion.
If you’re looking for something more personal, writing out a personal “thank you” on a beautiful set of stationery is the perfect way to show the recipient just how much you appreciate them. We can help you pick out the style that suits you best and bring joy to your loved one’s mailbox.
Picking out a thank you gift doesn’t have to be a long or painful process. Stick with the basics, like an elegant candle, or a scent diffuser for a modern twist on an old classic. SampleHouse has a huge collection of candles, reed and oil diffusers, potpourri, linen sprays and other beautiful home goods that all make excellent gifts.
Giving Something Yummy
Our personal favorite way to say thank you (and receive thanks) is with food! We have dozens of different cookbooks to choose from. Of course, the best way to gift a cookbook is to include something from inside. One of our favorites is Lisa Fain’s Homesick Texan cookbook. Couple it with a little jar of homemade salsa, and you have yourself the perfect “thank you.”