The ‘Thanks’ made from those wonderful old-fashioned fruit sweets made us smile. They are set against a natural driftwood background and we have left a little space below in case you want to personalise the card with a message of your own. This homemade theme continues with the wooden letters dangling from multicoloured heart pegs on a length of string. And then we have a beautiful handcrafted ‘Thank You’ held up with pretty pegs.
Equally arty are the origami blue boats and those wooden letter beads that made us all feel very nostalgic because we remember them from primary school.
The hand-wrapped gift against the rustic wooden background fits into our creative and artisan theme and is a brilliant way to say thank you for a gift.
The tulips on the rustic wood background will appeal to everyone you want to say thank you to. It’s a way of sending flowers without any of the hassle and expense. We added a rose bunch to the next postcard for the same reason – we’ve yet to meet someone who doesn’t love roses!
We had to include a few daft ones to make someone you love or a competition promoter smile – after all that’s the whole point of our postcards. We love the alphabet pasta spelling out Thank You and even better, the two cheeky squirrels putting up a ‘thank you’ sign between them.