Thank you for Stationery!


The holidays prompt many of us to express our appreciation for others be they family, friends or business associates. The tradition of exchanging cards is a long standing one which has evolved through the years to reaching a mostly electronic format in recent times. Many of us receive more e-mailed greetings now than handwritten and posted greetings. In response, there has been a growing appreciation for a beautiful, handwritten note; it is human nature to value a rare thing most.

This season, consider taking the time to select cards which reflect your personality (or corporate image) and which are made of good quality paper. Make the effort to hand write a short but thoughtful greeting. Pre-printed personal greetings or simple signatures without an accompanying note can be counter-productive and even risk offending the recipient. The card will appear to be a chore you’ve simply produced dutifully. Don’t lose the opportunity to make a meaningful connection. In reality,  the time and effort will be respected and lead to your message standing out from the commercially printed and electronic mail being received.

Here are a few examples of special stationery available now. These are relatively expensive but simple, less costly versions are just as impressive:


Crane Stationery                                                             Connor New York Stationery

 Vera Wang  









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