Confession: I plan to do the exact same thing to Wee 'Burb.
In the world of the evite and invites via Twitter and Facebook, I know the hand-written paper thank you card is a lost art. But I will never let it go.
For right now, Wee 'Burb personalizes her thank you cards with her handprint and the date.
For my own thank you cards, I try to follow the basic rules my mom taught me.
Yes, they will likely be thrown away. Yes, other than weddings and birthdays, some people may never care about getting a thank you card. But I care.
I keep a bin of thank you cards handy for all occasions. I'm looking to renew my bin (Wee 'Burb has been the receipt of much generosity lately, the girl is cleaning out my supply...and possibly turning completely blue with the plethora of handprints she delivers) so here are a few of my most coveted: