What do you write in a Christmas thank you card?
Examples of a generic thank you message for a wide range of situations:
- Thank you so much for your thoughtful Christmas gift. I really appreciated it!
- Thank you for thinking of me. That was so kind of you.
- Thank you for the Christmas gift. You helped make my holidays special.
- Thank you so much for the Christmas gift.
What did the first holiday card say?
Some sources say it originated with Thomas Shorrock, of Leith, Scotland, who, in the 1840s, produced cards showing a jolly face with the caption “A Gude Year to Ye.”
Do you thank someone for a Christmas card?
Receiving a card usually does not require a thank you note in return. Most people do not write thank you notes for cards but that doesn’t mean you can’t. if you feel like you should or just want to, go ahead and send a thank you note card. Not sending a thank you note for a card is only a general guideline.
When was the first Christmas card sayings?
Reproduction of the Christmas card designed by John Callcott Horsley for Henry Cole in 1843. This is recognised as the first Christmas card ever sent.
How do you thank someone for a nice card?
- “You’re the best.”
- “I’m humbled and grateful.”
- “You knocked me off my feet!”
- “My heart is still smiling.”
- “Your thoughtfulness is a gift I will always treasure.”
- “Sometimes the simplest things mean the most.”
- “The banana bread was fabulous. You made my day.”
- “I’m touched beyond words.”
What is the oldest Christmas card?
In the collection of Hallmark Cards, Inc. of Kansas City, Missouri, is another English card, long thought to be the oldest. It’s over 120 years old and was made at the suggestion of Sir Henry Cole. He asked an artist friend, John Callcott Horsley of the Royal Academy, to design the card.
How do you thank a church for money?
Dear [donor], On behalf of the entire congregation, I would like to sincerely thank you for your generous gift to [church, or specific program if applicable]. We are so lucky to have your support. Through your donation, we can continue to work towards [goal] and secure the future of [program].