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This FREE thank you notes resource was written with you in mind. It has beautiful thank you card wording for all occasions. Here you’ll find over 500 beautifully-written wording examples to fire up your creativity as well as FREE greeting card printables and stylish gift ideas.

Express Gratitude

When it comes to expressing gratitude, nothing is more personal than a hand-written thank you note. It’s well known that sincere gestures of appreciation are the currency of good business and personal relationships. Thank you cards go a long way in establishing goodwill and trust. They help build those important social connections that give structure to our lives. Most of us can remember the names of the people and businesses who send us holiday greeting cards every year. And we definitely remember those who have taken the time to send us a courteous and prompt thank you note message to acknowledge our kindness in a special way. Who in your life right now deserves a few words of thanks?

HOW TO WRITE THANK YOU NOTES

* Begin by selecting a beautiful set of thank you cards
* Purchase stamps with a lovely design
* Select a quality pen with ink that doesn’t easily smudge
* Get ready to use your computer or a few pieces of scrap paper
* Choose a comfortable well-lit spot that’s perfect for writing
* Allow your thoughts to focus on feelings of gratitude
* Remember how you felt when receiving the kind gift or gesture
* Capture those warm emotions and allow them to build and overflow
* Use your computer or scrap paper for writing your rough draft
* In the body of your thank you note use warm words that show a personal connection
* Add specific details about the gift, favor, kindness or advice you received
* Include words of thanks or a lovely thank you phrase
* Spell check your rough draft
* Handwrite your thank you message on a hard-stock thank you card
* End your thank you note with your regards followed by a signature

HOW TO USE THIS THANK YOU NOTE SITE

To jumpstart your creativity browse through our extensive collection of thoughtful thank you card wording samples. You can use our professionally-written examples as your own personal thank you note template. There are thank you note categories for all occasions: wedding, baby shower, birthday, graduation, business, bereavement, teacher appreciation and many more! Choose your favorite thank you note examples within this site and then put your own special spin on the written content. You can often combine a few of the words and phrases from two or more thank you notes to create a completely unique message that’s all your own!

Thank You Note Categories Business + Personal

Advice Thank You Note Wording Examples
This is a lovely collection of wording examples for thanking those wonderful people in your life who have shown you a generous measure of kindness. Explore our treasure trove of phrasing.

Baby Shower Thank You Note Wording
Your FREE resource for how to write baby shower thank you notes. Thanking your baby shower guests for gifts just got easier. This page contains thoughtful wording examples that you can use right now to fly through that stack of thank you cards in style. Get ready to be inspired with the very best in baby shower thank you card wording!

Bachelorette Party Thanks
Woo-hoo! What a celebration! We’re ready to help you get started writing out thank you cards to your bridesmaids and friends. This treasure trove of wording and phrases were written to help you tap into your creativity and express your heartfelt thanks with beauty and confidence.

Bar Mitzvah & Bat Mitzvah Thank You Card Phrasing
You’ve just discovered a wonderful selection of thoughtfully-written thank you card excerpts for showing thanks to your guests and for all the gifts you received on your very special day.

Bereavement Thanks
Heartfelt wording examples for writing bereavement and funeral thank you cards for flowers, sympathy gifts, prayers and emotional support. Here’s how to best thank friends, family and your church community for reaching out and providing you with spiritual strength and comfort. This page offers a measure of love and assistance during a very difficult time. These beautiful examples of sympathy thank you notes are exactly what you need right now.

Birthday Gift Thank You Notes
This page is full of wonderful wording ideas for thanking friends and family for the sweet birthday gifts you received. More beautiful phrasing is added monthly to keep things fresh.

Boss / Employer Thank You Card Wording and Phrases
When writing thank you letters to your employer it’s best to keep things simple, business like and sincere. In most employment situations it’s wise to remember that your message of thanks should not be overly personal in nature. Here is a great collection of wording examples and ideas to help guide your way.

Bridal Shower Thank You Notes
FREE resource for how to write bridal shower thank you notes. If you’re feeling overwhelmed about writing out bridal shower thank you cards, we’re here to reduce the stress! Explore this FREE bridal shower resource. It’s now easier than ever to convey love and gratitude to your bridal shower guests. These thoughtfully-written bridal shower thank you notes are here to assist beautiful brides like you.

Business Referral Thanks
Build a network of satisfied clients by sending out a thank you card for each new business referral. If referrals and repeat customers are the life force of your business, this is something that needs your special attention! By acknowledging the kindness your business associates and friends have shown you, they will be willing to continue sending new customers and clients your way. Writing a business referral thank you note is quick and easy to do! Find the thank you card wording you’re looking for on this special page. Start growing and expanding your business today.

Christmas Gift Thank You Note Wording
Now that the holidays are over it’s important to sit down and write thoughtful letters of thanks to your friends, co-workers, neighbors and family members who shopped for the perfect gift to present to you during the holiday season. This page has plenty of wording examples to help you fill out your cards with perfect phrases of thanks.

Customer Thank You Notes
Customer thank you notes build and reinforce positive relationships, promote your brand, and encourage repeat business. This special collection of thank you note examples is a wonderful business resource. Use these wording examples to help you write a sincere letter of thanks to your valued customers and clients. See just how easy it is to write a customer appreciation message!

Dinner and Entertainment Thanks
Good etiquette dictates that after you’ve enjoyed a dinner and/or event at a friend or client’s home that you send a thoughtful handwritten thank you card within a few days after the meal or party. For close family members and more casual friendships an email thanks is absolutely fine.

Donation Thank You Letter Samples
This section offers professionally-worded thank you letter examples for donations received for non-profit organizations, schools, churches and more.

Employee Appreciation Thank You Cards
Whenever employees have gone over above what’s expected it’s important to recognize their accomplishments. Many employers add the engraved names of high-performing employees onto a group recognition plaque placed prominently in the workplace. But at the very least a thank you card should accompany a handshake and verbal thanks.

Farewell Goodbye Email Messages
Saying goodbye to work friends and colleagues isn’t easy. It can often be a challenge finding the right words to say in a goodbye email. To assist you out we’ve included examples of farewell emails that you can pull words and phrases from to create an email letter that reflects your sentiments. Likewise, employee departure emails can often be difficult to write. When it comes time for an employee to leave your company it’s good etiquette to send them off with well wishes and words of gratitude for the years of service they’ve given to growing your business and keeping your customers satisfied. These farewell email examples contain wording and phrasing that you can pull from when writing your goodbye email.

Father’s Day Thank You Cards
This cherished holiday is the perfect time to express your sincere love and thanks to the important father figures in your life. A small thoughtful gift along with a sweet Father’s Day Card is the traditional way of celebrating this special occasion.

Friendship Thank You Card
Truly good friends are hard to come by. It’s important to water your friendships so they continue to grow and flower into wonderful life-long relationships. Every now and then it’s nice to acknowledge those important people in your life with a sweet greeting card expressing your gratitude for their friendship.

Funeral Thank You Notes
These thank you card entries were lovingly written to help you express your thanks for help, kindness, flowers, gifts, cards, pre-made food, phone calls and more. My sincere condolences for your very private loss.

Get Well Thank You Message
So many friends, neighbors, co-workers and family members sent you their well wishes, thoughts and prayers during your time of illness. Thank these wonderful people by mailing each a lovely thank you card with a personal message.

Graduation Thank You Card Wording
Congratulations to the graduate! You’ve accomplished so much. It was so wonderful to have friends and family attend your ceremony and festivities. And you received several lovely gifts, flowers and grad cards. Send a handwritten thank you note to each of these special individuals.

Hospitality Thank You Messages
After a wonderful dinner, visit or evening at a friend or client’s home it’s proper etiquette to send a thank you card with a thoughtful message. An email thanks is completely acceptable for those persons with whom you have very casual relationships.

House Sitting Thank You Card Message
This page has plenty of wonderful thank you note wording inspiration for thanking the person(s) who took great care of your home while you were away.

House Warming Thank You Cards
How exciting to move into a new home! This is the beginning of a new and special chapter in your life. Thank your party guests for their cards, visits and gifts with these sweet messages of thanks.

Job Interview Thank You Letters
This section is packed with professionally-worded thank you letter examples for job interview thanks. Your letter can be emailed or handwritten on a nice thank you card and snail mailed.

Money Gifts or Cash Gift Thanks
What a wonderful happy feeling it is to receive a thoughtful gift of money. Show your thanks for checks, gift certificates, and cash gifts with a nice thank you note with a personalized message of sincere thanks.

Mother’s Day Thank You Card Message
Celebrate this special day by spending it with your beautiful mom. Bring her flowers and/or a gift along with a loving Mother’s Day Card filled with sweet phrases and a message of thanks.

Pet Sitting Thank You Card Wording Examples
Your animals were so well taken care of when you were away. It gave you a measure of peace knowing that your beloved little ones were in good hands during your absence. Remember to thank your pet sitter by sending him/her a thoughtful thank you card expressing your thanks.

Scholarship Thank You Letter Examples
When you receive a scholarship it’s important to thank the donor or organization who generously granted you the funds to continue your education. If you’re unsure what wording to include in your thank you letter, we’ve got you covered! Browse through the scholarship thank you note wording examples in this section. Saying thank you for the scholarship has never been easier!

Teacher Thank You Note Examples
This page contains plenty of wonderful thank you card writing examples for thanking teachers and other important members of the school staff. Use the wording and phrases in this section to create one-of-a-kind thank you messages.

Valentine’s Day Thanks
Happy Valentine’s Day! This is the perfect opportunity to thank your loved ones for the love and sweetness they show you all year long. Pick up a bottle of your favorite bubbly and start getting festive. Bake a few heart-shaped cookies or pink cupcakes and let the celebration begin. Thank you cards in this section are coming soon!

Volunteer Thank You Card Words and Phrases
Thank your volunteers by sending a thoughtful, heartfelt thanks for the wonderful job they did. These tireless friends and community members deserve to have their hours of dedication recognized in a very sweet way. Here’s thank you card wording you cn use right now!

Wedding Day Thanks
Congratulations to the gorgeous new couple! After your beautiful wedding day there is a long list of guests that need to be properly thanked for their thoughtful gifts. This special page contains a delightful number of sweetly crafted thank you note wording examples to help get you started.

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ABOUT MORE THANK YOU NOTES

When sitting down to write thank you notes, sometimes all you need to get started is a few new ideas for wording and phrasing. These thank you note examples are designed to spark your own imagination and creativity. There are so many wonderful, special people in your life that share their time, talents and expertise helping you achieve your personal goals. Others lend a helping hand or a friendly ear and are ready to help you problem solve. Each of these friends, family members, neighbors or acquaintances deserve to be properly thanked for their kindness. This is your personal inspirational playground where you can discover new ways of communicating your gratitude and sincere thanks.


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Each of these beautiful sites has original thank you card wording that was professionally written specifically with your needs in mind. Our current categories are listed below. If there’s a thank you message category that’s not covered within these three sites, please contact us and bring it to our attention. We will be happy to add the new category along with fresh, exclusive content. Each thank you card section is refreshed throughout the year with brand new entries. We want this to be your personal collection of thank you note wording and phrases for all of life’s important moments. Remember to bookmark this site. Enjoy!

They're two simple words – thank you – but they could be the very thing that lands you the job. So, what does your thank-you letter need to contain?

  • Your contact information
  • The date
  • The contact information of the person you're writing to
  • A greeting (e.g., "Dear Mr. X")
  • Body text that includes a simple, clear and straightforward thank-you and is no longer than four paragraphs. Run spellcheck and proofread carefully.
  • Closing such as "Best" or "Sincerely"
  • Handwritten signature, for mailed paper letters
  • Typed signature

As the hiring process moves more toward automation and speed, taking the time to write a thank-you letter helps you stand out from the crowd and humanizes your application. A thoughtfully written thank-you note goes a long way for your interviewer, plus it provides you with the chance to reiterate your qualifications and add a touch of personality.

"Sending a personalized thank-you note is exactly that – personal," said Rebecca Kiki Weingarten, career transition coach and co-founder/education director at RWRNetwork. "In our high-tech world, it makes a high-touch impact that stands out."

Why are thank-you notes important?

Aside from showing common courtesy, a thank-you note serves other purposes, such as increasing your salary.

According to a study by iCIMS, 63% of recruiters said they would be more likely to hire a candidate who asked for more money and sent a thank-you note than a candidate who asked for less but did not send a note.

Additionally, failure to follow up could leave the impression you're not interested enough to go the extra mile and reach out afterward. 

"First, it is a basic appreciation of the time the interviewer spent with you," said Jodi RR Smith, author and etiquette consultant at Mannersmith Etiquette Consulting. "Second, it is a signal to the interviewer that you are aware of higher-level interpersonal skills. Lastly, the thank-you note expresses your ongoing interest in the organization and the job opening."

Smith added that sending a note could show that you know other proper business etiquette, like standing when a client enters the room, not chewing gum in front of the CEO, holding doors open for others, arriving to meetings on time and dressing appropriately.

Following up with an email should be done within 24 hours of the interview, while you're still fresh in the interviewer's mind. Keep the content of the email brief, no more than two or three paragraphs, and reference particular points from the conversation.

Matt Ross, CEO and co-owner of The Slumber Yard, remembers a candidate who went the extra mile in mentioning personal details from their interview. "I briefly discussed my hometown, but what was amazing was that the candidate remembered my hometown and found a way to include it in his follow-up. He said his brother would be passing through [my town], so he made sure to tell him to pick up a cake from a popular bakery there. This not only showed me he was a good listener but also that he was willing to go above and beyond by doing research. It left me with a pretty good taste in my mouth (pun intended)."

What is the preferred method of sending a thank-you note?

Amanda Augustine, career advice expert for TopInterview and TopResume, said that email is the most common method for sending a post-interview thank-you note "because of its immediacy and ability to attach materials or hyperlink to additional information that can help advance their candidacy to the next interview round."

Augustine suggested that it is still important to check out the culture of the company and figure out which method they would prefer. If you're interviewing at a tech startup or see the company utilizes technology, email would likely be the most appropriate.

On the flip side, if the company seems more old-fashioned and stays to the more traditional side of things, a handwritten note mailed to the office might get you further.

"I prefer handwritten notes," said Rachel Sutherland, founder of Rachel Sutherland Communications. "Everyone loves getting mail, especially something you're not expecting. It's kind of funny to think of snail mail as being special, but in this case, it works."

If you're doing a handwritten note, your method of delivering it depends on the timing of the hiring process. Smith said that if you know they'll be making their decision the next day, write the note as quickly as possible. In that instance, Smith suggests writing the thank-you note in the lobby and asking the receptionist to deliver it as soon as possible.

"The content of the message is more important than the method of delivery, be it email or a handwritten note," said Beverly Friedmann, content manager at MyFoodSubscriptions. "That said, a handwritten card is certainly a nice gesture that you don't typically see these days."

What should be included?

Smith suggested including the following elements in your thank-you note:

  • A salutation. Even if you have been referring to the interviewer in a more casual way, in the thank-you note, use the more formal form of address.
  • A sincere and specific expression of appreciation along with a concise description of what is being appreciated.
  • Remind them of something unique that they spoke to you about in the interview that they might not have discussed with other candidates. This will help the interviewer remember who you are.
  • Confirm you're a good fit for the role.
  • Close with final expression of gratitude.

Augustine cautioned against recapping your entire resume in your thank-you note, since the interviewer has already reviewed it and discussed it with you during the interview, but summarizing your qualifications is appropriate.

As with your resume and cover letter, customize your thank-you note. Double- and triple-check it for grammatical and spelling errors. A typo-filled follow-up can easily ruin the stellar impression you made during the interview. If you met with multiple people, send one note to each person, if you have his or her contact information. 

Does sending a thank-you note really work?

It can, if the note is well written.

"There are times when the candidate has a terrible first round, usually due to nerves," Smith said. "But they took the time to write a sincere and well-considered note explaining their interest in the role and how their experience makes them uniquely qualified." 

Other times, Smith notes, there are phone screens instead of in-person interviews, and those who write a thank-you note are automatically invited back for an in-person interview. Sutherland had a similar experience.

"I got my college internship at The Detroit News because I handwrote a thank-you note," Sutherland said. "How do I know? One day in the newsroom that summer, the editor told me I was the only one who wrote a thank-you."

Augustine noted that sending a thank-you note doesn't automatically increase your chances of getting the job; however, dismissing this bit of post-interview etiquette might decrease your chances of receiving an offer.

"While not every recruiter or hiring manager cares whether a candidate sends a thank-you message, I've never heard of a single one, in any industry, think poorly of a candidate for sending a thank-you note," she added.

Sample thank-you letters

Based on these tips, here are two templates you can follow for a thank-you letter after the interview: 

Good afternoon, Jeanette,

Thank you for taking the time to speak with me yesterday about the staff writer position with Business News Daily.

It was a pleasure meeting with you, and I truly enjoyed learning more about the role and the company. I especially loved hearing about your in-office MVP vote – it sounds like a great way to boost employee morale!

After our conversation, I am confident that my skills in business writing and experience as a copy editor are a great match for this opportunity. I am very enthusiastic about the possibility of joining your team and would greatly appreciate a follow-up as you move forward with the hiring process.

If you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me by email or phone. Thanks again, and I hope to hear from you in the near future.

Best regards,
Nicole Taylor

Dear Ms. Smith,

I wanted to reach out to thank you for taking the time to speak with me yesterday about the social media manager position at Business News Daily.

I really enjoyed meeting you and learning more about where your team is headed. Based on our discussion, it sounds like you have a very exciting year ahead with the site updates and customer base expansion.

With the team at such a critical juncture, I'd love to lend my experience and skills to help the team build a stronger customer base and social media presenceparticularly bringing my unique lens as a marketer that we discussed from my time working at agencies.

I look forward to speaking further with you and your team to see how I might be able to help you reach your goals. If we're a good match, I would be very excited at the prospect of working together.

Sincerely,
Nicole Taylor

Take the time to personalize every letter you send – avoid copying and pasting the same basic form letter. Recruiters will notice these right away, and it won't do you any good.

After you send your email, keep an eye on your inbox. Don't panic if you don't hear back right away – it's normal for a company to take its time in reviewing applications. If several days or weeks go by, send a polite follow-up to ask if there has been any progress in making a decision.

However, don't take this as an invitation to bombard the hiring manager's inbox. Send no more than two well-spaced follow-up emails, and if you don't hear back after that, accept it as a rejection and move on.

For more tips on writing a great thank-you note, visit this Business News Daily article.

Additional reporting by Jennifer Post. Some source interviews were conducted for a previous version of this article. 

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Do you some generic thank you note wording because you lost your list? Are you unsure of who the gifts were from at your wedding or another event? Did you think you would remember who gave what and now you don’t? Or perhaps you didn’t plan to write thank you notes for wedding, birthday, or gifts from other events, so you didn't make a list at the time and now you want to say thank you.

Regardless of why you need a generic thank you note wording, the examples below may be helpful. And it's great that you are still expressing gratitude even when you can’t specifically mention the gift.

To admit or not?

When writing the note, you can choose if you want to mention that you don't know what the gift was or not. Admitting it will mean you can stop trying to remember and avoid being tempted to lie if asked explicitly about the present.

The other choice is not to mention it and only mention that you don't know what the gift was if someone asks you. Some people may not notice that the note wasn’t specific. By specific I mean the note doesn't include what the gift was (which is usually my #1 tip for a great thank-you note).

Tips

  1. Your note can still feel personal and even when you don’t remember what the gift was. The trick is to add a compliment of the person or mention something about the event where the gift was received.
  2. Usually, I recommend a handwritten note that is written on a note card that is blank on the inside. This may be a time where you want to use a printed card that has a thank you message already on the inside. Then you can add a quick thank you for the gift underneath the pre-printed message and sign your name. But it could be hard to find a pre-printed message that works for your situation. The handwritten note will help the card feel more personal than only signing your name. And a printed card may make the process feel easier.
  3. If could add a thankful quote from this list to help add length to your note. Choose a quote that fits your situation. 
  4. If you know that someone gave you money but are not sure how much, that is going to be an easier task to work around in your note as you can still tell the person what you spent the money on. Now, you might not know if it was $10 or $100 and obviously the cost if things vary. So, to cover your bases, use wording like “saving towards” or “it helped us to buy....”. There are more examples for thanking for money here.
  5. Some people will notice that your note is generic or doesn’t mention the gift they gave you. If you think the person is going to be offended to receive a thank you note that doesn’t mention the specific gift, you may want to lean towards admitting that you lost your list or forgot. Honesty may be the best policy.
  6. Instead of writing individual notes, make photo postcard on a site like Shutterfly and include the words "Thank You" on it. If this is for wedding gifts, a picture of the bride and groom will work. Or a picture of the baby for baby gifts.
  7. If you know what type of gift it was, like maybe baby clothes, you can say “baby clothes” in your note with describing them in detail.

Generic thank you note wording when admitting that you don't know what the gift was 

  1. Thank you for the gift. I appreciate your kindness. I lost my list of gifts and who gave them, so I don’t know which was from you. I liked them all!
  2. In the excitement of opening our wedding gifts, we forgot to make a list of who gave each gift. Thank you for coming to the wedding and your gift.
  3. We received many gifts when the baby was born and know that you one was from you. However, we were not organized and now have no idea who gave each gift. We are so embarrassed! We do appreciate all of the clothes and other items.
  4. Thank you for your gift, if you gave me one! I can’t remember who gave me what at the party. I am sorry about that. I enjoyed visiting with catching up with you and hearing the latest on your children.
  5. I am grateful for your gift! I can’t remember which one was from you and lost my list. All the baby gifts from the shower will be used and are appreciated.
  6. Thank you for your generous gift! Have you ever wondered if newlyweds open cards without reading them and just shake out the cash? We were that couple! Yes, it was fun at the time. And now we don’t know how much was from you. Maybe it’s okay that we don’t know! Thank you from coming to the wedding too.
  7. Thank you for the gift! I mixed up who give each gift at the shower. I am a little embarrassed about that. I know you likely spent hours choosing a gift for me. I appreciate your time and thoughtfulness.
  8. I am glad we are friends! Thank you for coming to my birthday party. I lost my list of who gave each gift. If you brought me a gift, thank you for it!
  9. Thank you for the wedding gift. We have learned a lesson the hard way. When Mom said to keep track of gifts as we were opening them, she was right! We didn’t make a list. Now, we are sending out thank you notes without knowing who gave us what. Thank you for coming to the wedding too.
  10. The gift list is missing! Instead of delaying even longer, we are sending out thank you notes now. Thank you for any gifts you gave us. We enjoyed visiting with you at the reception and hearing the latest on your children and cats.

Generic thank you note wording when NOT admitting that you don't know what the gift was 

In the first two examples below, in place of the word [event], in your note put birthday, Christmas, surprise, baby shower, wedding, or whatever event is the reason for the gift. If it was a random surprise gift, you could say surprise in place of event. Or leave it out and just say thank you for the gift.

  1. Thanks for the [event] gift.
  2. I was excited to see you at [event]. Thank you for coming and for the gift too.
  3. Thank you for the birthday gift. Celebrating with you was fun! Let’s have lunch soon.
  4. I was excited to spend time with you at my birthday party. Seeing you was a delightful surprise. Thanks for the gift too!
  5. Thank you for your gift. We enjoyed seeing you at the party. Let’s plan to meet for lunch next week.
  6. I am thankful for all of the baby shower gifts! They will help us when the baby arrives. I enjoyed talking to you at the shower and hearing stories from when your babies were born.
  7. Thank you for coming to the wedding! We appreciate your gift.
  8. The food you brought while I was recovering from surgery was excellent. Thank you for taking the time to make it. The whole family enjoyed it.
  9. Thank you for your kindness and the gift.
  10. Thank you for the gift, your love, and ongoing support.
  11. I am so happy and grateful that you are in my life. Thank you for being there for me.
  12. Thank you for your Christmas gift. I mixed up who gave me which scented candle, but I liked them both! I will enjoy them soon.
  13. I appreciate your gift! You are a wonderful and thoughtful friend. I am glad that we are friends.
  14. I was excited to see you at lunch last week. Thank you for the surprise gift! Your kindness and generosity always touch me.
  15. Thank you for the money. I am saving up for [item or experience that you are saving for.]
  16. I am thankful for you and your recent gift.
  17. Thanks for the gift!!!!!
  18. I love spending time with you. Thank you for coming to my party and for the gift. I enjoyed our conversation.
  19. You are a great friend! Thank you for driving to town for my surprise birthday party. Seeing you was awesome.
  20. Thank you for the wonderful gift. (You can use a thesaurus to change the adjective from wonderful to something else).
  21. I am grateful for your gift.

What do you like to say when your note needs to be generic?

Thank You Note Samples – Personal & Business

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More Examples of Thank You Notes

Want examples of thank you notes that you can use for friends or family members?

If so, you'll find several good notes below that can be used as is, or as a starting point for creating your own. The following thank you notes are appropriate to send someone who has given you a gift.

Ideally, your note should be received by the gifter within two weeks from the time your gift arrives.

However, most people will understand if your note gets to them a little later. After all,

a late thank you note is better than none at all!

Examples of Thank You Notes for Personal Gifts

Dear Ron:

I was floored by the exquisite perfume that you sent. How on earth did you know that (name of perfume) was my favorite? The bottle will be a magnificent addition to my collection.

Whenever I admire it, I'll think of you, one of my dearest friends.

Thank you for such a wonderful gift. Your thoughtfulness will not be forgotten.

Love,

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Dear Marie:

I truly appreciate the novel you sent me. I can hardly wait to begin reading it. Since you enjoy great novels as much as I do, I'm sure the story is an engaging one. Reading it will provide me a welcome break in my busy schedule.

Thanks so much for your very kind gift. If you don't hear from me for a few days...you'll know I'm totally engrossed in the story!

Best Always,

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Bob:

I can't begin to thank you enough for the cool mp3 player you bought for my birthday. As you know, I'm a big music fan. I've already loaded all of my favorite songs onto it, and use it every day during my morning runs.

Thanks for thinking of me on my birthday.

With warmest thanks,

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Dear Chloe:

How can I ever thank you for the awesome chain belt you gave me for my birthday? It's one of the most beautiful ones that I've seen, and I am so grateful to have it. I've already worn it twice, and received many complements.

How did you know that it would go so well with my new gold flats and matching purse? It's great to have friends like you who help keep me looking so chic. Thanks for making this birthday such a memorable one.

Love,

Interested in more

thank you notes for personal use? If so, check out our personal thank you letters page.

For notes you can use in your business, please see our business thank you notes page .

If you'd like a few good quotations you can use for your thank you notes, head over to our thank you quotes page for a quick look.

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Thank You Card Wording Examples

A Lovely Collection of Sample Thank You Notes

Thank you. Those two words are simple yet powerful. They are the tools that help us grow and sustain relationships. They are ways of expressing personal gratitude for kindness, favors, donations, and specific actions you find admirable. Although you may have already given a verbal thank you for the gift or gesture, it’s highly appropriate and just plain good manners to follow that up with a special handwritten thank you message on a card or beautiful stationery.

Whenever a thoughtful person in either your business or personal life has gone out of their way for you, that’s your cue to take a moment to express your sincere thanks. Although good thank you notes are easy to write, they mean a lot to the people who receive them. Do you remember the wonderful feeling you had the last time you received a thank you note? You may have even saved a memorable one. Right now, at this very moment, you are just a few lines away from writing a great thank you note and promptly reciprocating a kind gesture!

Preparing to Write a Thank You Note

  • Choose lovely stationery or a beautiful card that is blank inside.
  • Select a nice pen with an ink color that is appropriate for the occasion.
  • Have an envelope ready with ample postage.
  • Focus on what you are grateful for, and how the gift or act of kindness made you feel.

Writing a Great Thank You Note

Choose the thank you note sample category on this site that best matches the situation for which you are thankful. As you browse through the thank you note sample entries, allow yourself to bring to mind the feelings and emotions you experienced upon receiving the gift, donation, favor or kindness. Select the thank you note example that most resonates with you. Keep in mind that each of our thank you note samples can be easily customized to better fit your needs. Simply add in additional text or make other small adjustments, as needed, to personalize your message.

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Thank You Note Wording Examples – Personal and Business

    • Free eCards – Online ThanksWe’re all in hurry, and e-mail is by far the quickest way to send thank you notes to family and friends whom you see often.
    • Top 10 Thank You Gift IdeasTop 10 ideas for popular thank you gifts most people would enjoy receiving.
    • 4th of July BBQ Thank You NotesWriting samples for thank you cards for 4th of July BBQ Parties. Free wording to help you write thank you notes.
    • Advice Thank You Note SamplesUse the samples and suggestions in this section to help you create a unique thank you note that fully expresses your appreciation.
    • Baby Gift Thank You Note SamplesNow that the shower is over it’s time to choose some lovely stationery or blank thank you cards. We’ve provided several great baby shower gift thank you notes to help you get started.
    • Bar Mitzvah & Bat Mitzvah Thank You Note SamplesIf you’re ready to write some great gift thank you notes, and are looking for a bit of inspiration, or just a sentence or two to get started, you’ve come to the perfect place.
    • Bereavement Thank You Card Wording ExamplesA short note of thanks to your friends, family, and neighbors that supported you during this very difficult time of bereavement is appropriate to let them know you appreciated their thoughtfulness.
    • Birthday Gift Thank You Card SamplesWording examples for birthday gift thank you cards.
    • Boss Thank You Card ExamplesA thank you letter to your boss written on lovely stationery is something that will be much appreciated.
    • Free Business Referral Thank You LettersThe majority of your referrals come from existing customers. Show them your appreciation with a thank you letter.
    • Christmas Gift Thank You Card Sample WordingChristmas is the perfect time to thank friends and family members who went out of their way to shop and select a special gift for you or your family.
    • Dinner Thank You Note Example WordingWhenever you are invited over for dinner it’s always nice to follow-up a few days later with a warm thank you note.
    • Donation Thank You Note SamplesA letter of thanks is important to follow up with whenever a donation has been received of goods, services, money or time.
    • Employee Farewell Thank You Letter SamplesTo help you make a graceful departure, we’ve included several great thank you letter samples from which to choose.
    • Employee Job Well Done Thank You Note IdeasExtending congratulations and expressing thanks is important for generating good will.
    • Father’s Day Thank You NotesLooking for the perfect words to say thank you to your father? We have several great samples from which to choose.
    • Friendship Thank You Wording SamplesGreat thank you note wording samples for the perfect way to say thank you to a thoughtful friend.
    • Get Well Thank You Note SamplesLovely thank you note ideas for all those people who were there to cheer you up and show their support.
    • Sample Wording for Graduation Thank You NotesSeveral wonderful thank you note samples to get you started writing some great letters of appreciation.
    • Wording for Hospitality Thank You NotesIt’s time to send a lovely thank you note written on beautiful stationery to your friends or family to let them know you enjoyed yourself.
    • House Sitting Thank You Note WordingWhen people take time out of their busy schedules to do you a favor, it’s more than proper to send out a nice thank you card to show your gratitude.
    • House Warming Gift Thank You NotesWrite perfect house warming gift thank you cards with our wording samples.
    • Free Job Interview Thank You Letter Wording ExamplesWithin 24 hours of an interview, it’s important to send out a thank you letter. Follow up with a strong final impression.
    • Free Money/Cash Gift Thank You Letter SamplesIt’s always important to send a thank you note to show your gratitude for a cash gift.
    • Mother’s Day Thank You NotesWe’ve included several great thank you samples and ideas to get you started on writing that heart-felt card to your mother or mother-in-law.
    • Pet Sitting Thank You Note SamplesNow that you’ve found a great pet sitter, it’s important to thank him/her for a job well done.
    • Teacher Thank You Card SamplesJust the right wording to say thank you to your favorite teacher! And teachers – we’ve included some great thank you note ideas for thanking parents.
    • Volunteer Thank YousThese wording samples let volunteers know just how much they are appreciated.

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quick thank you notes examples

Susan P. Joyce offers sample formal job interview thank you letters and notes. Keep it short (less than one page), but personalized. Typically, as with email.

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