Say Thanks the Southern Way

March 15, 2013 | By | Comments (3)

On Wednesday March 20, Southern Living kicks off its first ever Write a Thank-You Note Day.

Here in the South we have a lot to be grateful for: delicious cuisine, sandy beaches, polite manners, and of course, the southern gentleman. Topping our list are the creative minds behind our favorite paper goods. Thanks to them, we now have more stylish ways to express our gratitude than ever before.

In honor of our inaugural holiday, we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite Southern-made options so that you can take your own ‘thank yous’ a little further. Whether you write yours to a family member, a friend, a helpful neighbor, or a coworker, like the old phrase goes, ‘It’s not what you say, but how you say it!’

riflepapercothankyou1 Say Thanks the Southern Way

1. Wildflower Thank You Postcards by Rifle Paper Co. 

happypenguin1 Say Thanks the Southern Way

2. C’est Magnifique Thank You by Happy Penguin 

sign Say Thanks the Southern Way

3. Sign Language Thanks Card by Hammerpress

1canoe2 Thanks a Bunch Card

4. Thanks a Bunch Card by 1Canoe2

 SIMPLESONG Library Thank You

5. Library Thank You by Simplesong Designs

Ink Meets Press

6. Many Thanks by Ink Meets Paper

Click here for more information on Write a Thank-You Note Day and to enter for a chance to win personalized stationery from Virginia-based Simplesong Designs.


  1. Jacqueline Dorn

    Great idea……note to self……get stamps……:)

    April 4, 2013 at 1:54 am
  2. Mishal

    No-doubt about it, this really is the most financially rewarding Ive ever done. Make money with Google. I’m a full time student. I actually started six months/ago and almost straight away got me at least $80 per hour. I work through this link,,

    March 25, 2013 at 4:20 pm
  3. Jean

    Thank You for heling to revive good manners. So what if E-mail is faster? It is not as thoughtful as taking a moment to show how much you appreciate someone when they took time to do something special for you.
    Our family has shared the writings of ancestors telling family history, anecdotes, and adventures. The written word on paper last for generations.:-)

    March 15, 2013 at 12:43 pm

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