21 Snappy Things to Write on a Note Card Besides Happy Birthday

Jamie was my BFF in middle school. Though we were inseparable at the time, we drifted apart in high school and thereafter.

Over the past ten years, we rediscovered our friendship and have been trying it on as maturing adults.

Something lovely has happened recently: we’ve started writing letters. By hand. The kind you have to put a stamp on and drag your butt to a mailbox to send.

I see it as a way to use up my embarrassingly large stockpile of note cards and stationery. But it’s more than that. It’s nostalgic. It reminds me of the notes we used to write, carefully fold, and pass to each other in the hallways between classes.

I feel a little sorry for those who are wed to digital texts and social platforms – and the kids who will never know the joy that those paper notes can bring.

And there is something joyful about handwriting on paper.

I’ve always encouraged clients to distinguish themselves by sending handwritten cards (with their art on them) in the mail. The message you share is sincere and introduces people to or reminds them of your art.

Here are 21 reasons (as if you needed them) to send a card to a friend or potential friend.

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Get a Free Link by Giving Us a Peek at Your Holiday Greeting

Did you send a holiday greeting that is posted in a public space online? Leave a link to your greeting in a comment with some words that will entice us to visit and take a look.

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Greeting Card Service for Your Subscribers

I often hear artists struggling with gift ideas for their newsletter subscribers. I’ve been a little at a loss for the answer myself. What could you give that has value to your subscribers, but doesn’t cost you a fortune? I’ve got it! Let me throw this idea out there for you to turn into something brilliant.

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