Saying Thank You – The Artifact Uprising Way

Good things happen when we put pencil to paper. Really good things. This year – make room for the little things. A little ink. A little note. A little time to tell someone you are grateful for them. Because if we are going to make room for what matters, we must begin by telling the people in our lives "it's you."

01. Choose a Card

Select a card that fits your sending style – whether it's a quick-to-the-mailbox postcard, flat Thank You Card or folded Everyday Card, your recipient will welcome the thoughtful gesture.

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02. Find that fitting photo.

Perhaps you have that winning shot (hats off to you!) – but we see perfect in the imperfect. Choose a candid photo or your favorite everyday or landscape pic.

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03. Date it.

Like an old photograph, these little notes are meant for keeping.

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04. Personalize your sign-off.

Define your adieu; your signature end note. A few of our favorites include: Gratitude!, Pencil in hand, You!, Cheers, To Great Things –

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05. Stamp it.

No detail too small. We get by with a little help from our friends (at the US Postal Service). Plus, it's the 21st century – skip the lines and order stamps online!

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05. Stamp it.

Washi Tape or small stickers are just the finishing touch you need to make it a good mail day.

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