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Suit your style perfectly with a set of well-appointed personalized correspondence cards. Sophisticated and stylish, a correspondence card is a way to get noticed and for the well-mannered they are a must-have for home or office. Enjoy the convenience of writing on a correspondence card for a quick note of thanks or to touch base with an associate or friend.
Correspondence cards are a more elegant, simple flat note card featuring a classic look. These useful cards are wonderful for quick little notes, always tucked into an envelope and mailed. You will make the perfect impression when you send a personalized correspondence card. For your imprint, you might select cards which feature your full name or monogram and some offer an optional motif.
Select your style based on your personality and how you will use the cards. A skillfully written note on a professional correspondence card is the perfect follow-up to a job interview, for instance, or when you have been a guest for a dinner. It’s a way to show your sophistication. The etiquette of sending a personal correspondence card can become second nature and is a way to express your thoughts in a quick and meaningful manner.
Typically, classic correspondence cards are flat note cards and provide the user a canvas for a few sentences, rather than a lengthy letter. The font selected should suit the user, whether it’s a block or a script. The choice of white or ecru (creamy) stock is also based on preference. Surely everyone has their own style; however, correspondence cards certainly should not be too large, too decorative, or too flashy.