Wednesday Wants….. Thank you cards

He came! Father Christmas came! And he brought me LOTS of lovely gifts! On top of a super brilliant Christmas Day, I am now also looking at my haul of pressies and thinking that I really do need to get some thank you cards sent to everyone who gave them to me.

And as such……

Liberty Thank You Telegram Note Cards, £15

Being a bit of a traditionalist, I rather lament the loss of Telegrams. I always thought how wonderful it would be to receive one and remember the joy of having them read out at weddings and such. Still, even if you can’t send a real one these days, these note cards from Liberty make up for it a bit. I love the retro styling and the little tick boxes, and they’re just the right size for a quick note. They are £15.00 for six and come with matching envelopes.


Smythson ‘Rules Are Meant To Be Broken’ Note Cards , £30

I do love a play on words, not to mention the slogan ‘Rules Are Made To Be Broken’. And so these gorgeous die stamped cards from Smythson are just perfect for me. As you’d expect from Smythson, they are made from luxurious woven watermarked card, and come along with matching tissue-lined envelopes. It’s £30 for a box of ten.

Elvis Thank You Cards by Fancy Seeing You Here on Etsy, £7.64

And as a big Elvis fan too, these brilliant letterpress cards from Fancy Seeing You Here on Etsy are a huge temptation. The dotted borders are so very Vegas, and the brilliant Elvis silhouette is letter-pressed in a lovely dark gold that I love. You get three cards for £7.64, along with coordinated antique gold envelopes.

I hope you got a good haul from Father Christmas too, and that you’re ready for some thank you card writing!

Ems x

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