Nothing shows gratitude like a thank you card. And while a text and email can sometimes be effective, a thank you card is something to hold on to.
In an era where snail mail has become nearly extinct among younger generations, we wanted to do what we could to improve meaningful communication amongst people, young and old. While there are a variety of ways to say hello, we thought it best to keep it simple. And while it's infinitely easier to send a text message nowadays, something tells us that a letter in the mail might have a little more impact. Handwritten by Max Gibson these cards were letterpress printed by the Communication Company in Oakland, California.