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As we approach Thanksgiving and thoughts of whom and what we're grateful for are even more apparent, we often tend to write a lot more notes and cards of appreciation this time of year. To encourage more thanks and random notes of kindness, I've partnered with one of my favorite stationery lines, Tokketok, to give away three sets of her happy note collection to three readers. Each set includes one each of these note pads and cards shown: Happy, Hello, Love, Thank You, and Birthday (a $84 value per set).

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To enter, simply visit Tokketok's website and tell me who your next note of gratefulness will go to. Entries must be posted by next Monday, December 2nd, at 8 a.m. PST, and three winners will be chosen at random*

*Hooray! Open to readers anywhere in the world. Please do not leave your email or web address in the body of the comment, only in the allotted boxes. $84 USD total value per set. Winners will be contacted by email once comments close, and announced at the bottom of this post soon after. 

653 comments

  1. i would love a set of the Thank You notes to send out to friends & family for their time and support during my daughters past illness & hospitalization.

  2. I would send a thank you note to my mom, who is constantly helping me – something i cannot thank her enough for, since i have two small children. But a pretty thank you note would definitely help show my appreciation. 🙂

  3. my next note of gratefulness will go to my boyfriend, who always lifts me up when my spirits are low.

  4. Beautiful! I would love to send grateful notes to my dear friend who has been there for me through all my ups and downs.

  5. I would send the Happy note to my sister who just found out she was pregnant. Love the polka dots!

  6. I’m grateful for my boyfriend’s parents for welcoming me into their family. I’d send them a love note for the holidays!

  7. My next thank you note would be to my loving husband and father of my two kidlets with one more on the way. He takes such good care of his pregnant wife and two active boys.

  8. Love notes to wife, saying “Miss you (and a smiley heart)”. Then hide the notes around the house where she will probably see them. Happy wife, happy life. 😉

  9. Love these. I’d send the Happy Birthday note to my daughter who turns 9 today. A thank you note to my mom and a happy note to my husband.

  10. my next note of gratefullness would go to my mom, who definitely deserves to be thanked more often

  11. I would send one to my daughter, to let her know how grateful I am for the joy she has brought me and how special she truly is to me and our family.

  12. I would send a gratitude note to my mom – she is currently going through chemo and could definitely use a pick me up!

  13. I would send one to my sweet grandmother, Mema. I would like her to know I am thankful for her and how much I treasure all of our memories together.

  14. I would send a thank you note to my husband thanking him for making this first year of living abroad so much fun.

  15. I would love to send some to my loving family that is miles away from me because they are so beautiful and good and they think of us every time and they send us packages with goods and sweets! My parents are realy the best! Also I’d love to send one to my best friend; I haven’t seen her for a year and I’d just want to say her that I’m so lucky to have her as my friend!

  16. I would love to send my next thankful notes to all of my friends, family, and co-workers during the holiday season.

  17. such cute notes. i would sneak one in my husband’s lunch bag to tell him how much i’m thankful for him and all that he’s doing 🙂

  18. I’d like nothing more to send a heap of Happy Day notes to people. A while ago my friend started happy day presents, which mean so much more than birthday and holiday presents. They are for pure smiles. I’ve got a few friends in need of those these days.

  19. My next thank-you note would go to a friend and colleague who always has a smile on her face and who goes out of her way to make others smile.

  20. I would thank my mother, my husband and my friends. But i would really thank my department at work who come in tirelessly every day. Smiling

  21. I would leave them in my coworkers’ boxes at school…it’s been a stressful year for most of us!

  22. I have so many people to thank, particularly my sister for being so supportive and caring this past week. I love her so much.

  23. I’m planning my wedding so LOTS of thank you notes will be going out in the next few months! 🙂

  24. I would send a thank you note to my friend Melissa for her graciousness and kindness. I recently started having unexplained seizures, and shortly after I had one while we were both on a double date together with our husbands, I had had an accident during my seizure and was in the bathroom cleaning up, and she stood outside the bathroom door and told me a story about an accident she had because of her IBS to make me feel less humiliated and not alone while my husband brought a change of clothes. It meant the world to me.

  25. I would send a Thank You note to my mom, I’ve been through a lot lately and she’s been my biggest support system ever.

  26. I would send a thank you note to the person who gave our low income family a grocery store gift card to shop for our Thanksgiving meal. Thanksgiving is my favorite holiday, and I couldn’t feel more thankful right now.

  27. I’d write one to my 6 year old son. He wakes up EARLY and so we leave him little notes and a snack to buy us a little more sleeping time.

  28. These are too cute! I would love to send to my friends. Sadly, I never give them as much appreciation as I should, friends are the best!

  29. This may sound silly but I’d love to give the love notes to my husband. Every morning I get up and put his lunch together and slip a note in his bag and on the days I don’t he calls me and says, “I didn’t get a note today.”

  30. My thank you note would go to my wife. She has been so supportive and helpful during my student teaching process, everything from shopping for clothing so I will look professional, to laundering it and arranging it by outfit so I know what goes with what, to packing meals for me during my long days away from home and helping me come up with ideas and refine my lesson plans. She is my main supporter, and I have been leaning on her a great deal.

  31. I would send a love note to my lovely husband! We have 3 daughters and I’m a stay at home mom…he has a long commute and comes home right before the girls go to sleep. I would like to let him know how loved he is and how much we appreciate him.

  32. Would send a note to my mom because moms never get enough nice notes. Also, these would be fantastic to keep at work.

  33. I would love a love thank you note to go to my husband. We just celebrate 15 yrs and I am praying for many more.

  34. My next thank you note would be to my husband for being my perfect partner. Since the day we met, we have been inseparable and he’s been my knight in shining armor. From opening jars to allowing me to stay home to raise our daughter, he’s provided me with everything and anything we may need and more; and has done it with a smile and so much love. It warms my heart and humbles me to have someone like him and know he’s chosen me to spend his life with.

  35. We celebrate russian new year – so a quick note with each present would be really special Thanks for sharing these!

  36. I’d love to keep a stash of Thank You notes in the office so no good deed goes unthanked, and send the Happy and Hello notes to my friends who are scattered throughout the globe. International mail is such an easy & cheap thrill!

  37. Sweet cards! My next note of gratefulness will go to friends who have been incredibly supportive through all my various health issues this year. Thanks for the opportunity!

  38. I feel as if I can never give enough thanks to my parents for all of their generosity. They’re so considerate and always there to help with being asked. A hand written note would be a great start :]

  39. My thank you notes would be written to my husband who’s being very supportive and understanding as we anticipate the birth of our first child :):):)

  40. I would send thank you notes to 3 of my besties, who take turns each week visiting my mother and bringing her food (she has Alheizmers), when I’m not there…

  41. Happy Note! Definitely to my best friend that lives in the same city as me, just a little surprise in the mail!

  42. A happy note to my parents thanking them for the happy family that we are, for all the happiness I’ve enjoyed growing up here.

  43. I would send thankful notes to my co-workers who welcomed me three months ago with open arms. I moved to a new state and started a new job within 24 hours and they were wonderful!

  44. I love the foil detail on these notes. I think writing down your appreciation is a great way to show someone you’re thankful. It’s something they can put away and read again on a rough day in the future. I would write one to my fiancé who has supported me all throughout college and now as a professional.

  45. Ahh! This would be wonderful! I love leaving little notes for my husband! He’s the person I’ll give my next note of gratefulness to as he is always so loving and perfect to me!

  46. Thank you notes! Probably to my parents and my sisters for supporting me so far and for teaching me new lessons everyday.

  47. My next note will go to my husband for his constant love and support through a difficult time – he’s the best!

  48. Love the Happy Notes. They are adorable. My next note would be to my family, wishing them a happy new year and a merry christmas 🙂 Thanks for the giveaway!

  49. My boyfriend and I have a tradition of always leaving love notes on the fridge. I think these little notepads would certainly be cuter than our standard post-it!

  50. I would send a note to my mom for modeling what a woman of diligence, grace and humility is like!

  51. I would like to send these to my lovely family and friends who have supported me always – would be great to thank them with these notes!

  52. I love notes. They are a perfect way to remind friends, family and couples who want them and we do not forget them in these important dates. Definitely better than a call, you may in the future open that note and remember us fondly.

  53. i would send the I love note to my petit ami Olivier. We have a new appartment in the south west of France and I’m the luckiest girl on earth right now. Ready to start our family. Merci!

  54. I would send notes to my grandma. She lives alone now that Grandpa is in a nursing home, and notes always make her day!

  55. I’d send a note to my favorite high school teacher. He made such an impact. I ran across a couple notes from him the other day, which I have saved since high school, because they still make me feel so encouraged when I read them.

  56. I would send a Birthday note to my Grandma who is turning 85 real soon & a love note to my guy who has been away for the last few days.

  57. This is hard, because I have so much to be grateful for! I would probably start by sending a note to my husband, for jumping head first into this major restoration project with me and never looking back. 🙂

  58. I’d love to send those cute pink love notes to all my beloved ones!
    Thank you very much for organizing an international contest and therefore for gviing us all the chance to win such a beautiful prize! 🙂

  59. My husband and I just got married and are still trickling out thank you notes. I would love their beautiful thank you notes to make people feel loved and appreciated!

  60. I’d love to send notes to all my family and friends who supported and encouraged me while I was studying for the bar exam.

  61. My next note would definitely be a love note (or maybe a thank you note). My fiance and I just bought our first home and he was a real trooper when it came to the mountains of required paperwork!

  62. Woah, these are gorgeous! I’d like to send/give a note to my dad to recognize his amazing spirit in the face of life’s challenges.

  63. Love these notepads. Such a great idea, simple and beautiful design. I would use these notepads to send notes to my grandmothers thanking them for their homemade meals and delicious cookies!

  64. I would send a note to my Grandfather. He is an avid baker and I have recently found a love for it as well. We share recipes, tips, and suggestions every time we see one another. I would use these to send him notes of admiration and thanks for passing down his love of baked goods to his granddaughter. 🙂

  65. My next notes of gratefulness will go to my work team. As staff in residence life at a college, they answer calls at 3 am for serious, and some not-so-serious issues, then they will be working tirelessly to close our building for the holidays. #grateful

  66. My first thank you note has Mama Lisa’s name on it. No relation, just a friendly lady who decided she would have me over to her house every Monday evening to feed me and let me relax with her family (since I’m all by myself on the West Coast, and my family is back East).

  67. These are fantastic!!
    I would use them for everything!
    LOVE NOTES to my hubby in his lunch, HELLO NOTES sent in the mail to my family, HAPPY NOTES for my coworkers and THANK YOU NOTES for all the lovely people I encounter on a daily basis – for the Barista who makes my morning Chai Latte to the public transit drivers who get me to work on time! 😀
    And I’d send one to you Joy for opening this contest up to Canada!! Hello from Toronto 🙂

  68. I would send a thank you to my mom’s friend Gail who is letting my mom live with her. My mom has slight dementia and is more than anything my sisters and I can handle. But Gail seems to handle her with ease and has been a godsend to my family.

  69. I would like to send notes of thanks to all the friends who have hosted me while I have traveled the country interviewing for residency!

  70. I would write a note to my mother & husband for their love & support during my journey of becoming a nurse.

  71. My note of gratefulness would go to my new coworkers who have been so helpful during my transition into a new job.

  72. I would send a thank you note to my wonderful friends in York who hosted me at my first ever Thanksgiving this past weekend.

  73. I’d send a note to my best friend, who lives far away, to brighten her day, and let her know how much I love her and miss her!

  74. I would send 2 birthday notes to my two best friends who have their bday one week apart (nov 25th and dec 3rd)and let them know that I love them dearly.

  75. those are so charming. i’d tuck one into my little boy’s lunchbox. he just started kindergarten this year and it’s been tough being apart all day.

  76. So cute! I would write a thank you note to my boyfriend’s mom (I’m already doing that – but these note cards would make for cuter stationary than my plain stuff) thanking her for my birthday gifts. She completely surprised me!

  77. Absolutely my husband, who carries the world on his shoulders and makes it possible for me to have a challenging career and a family at the same time.

  78. These are just way too cute!
    My note of gratefulness would go to my very first Creative Director. Without his mentoring and friendship, I wouldn’t be the designer that I am today. He is very deserving of a “note of gratefulness”, especially one as nicely designed as these!

  79. I love those little “happy notes”! I would make sure to send a few to work with my hunny and a few to “school” with my toddler.

  80. Love these happy notes. I’d send a sweet message to my 90 year old grandmother who has showered me with love my whole life.

  81. My next note will go to my three best friends from high school, who came out to visit this weekend. It was such a special time. I’m so grateful they made the trip.

  82. I would like to send a note of thanks to my [stellar] roommate who always knows how to raise my spirits when I’m in a funk

  83. I’m browsing these just as I’m writing out a Thanksgiving thank you to my honey. He’s been pretty rad this year and I’m definitely thankful for him.

  84. My notes of thankfulness & love would go towards my school friends who went through this tough semester with me and made school life so much more fun! And definitely to my parents for the awesome people that they are 😉

  85. Love these! My first thank you note will be to my friend Laura. She calls or texts me almost everyday with words of encouragement during a difficult time.

  86. My next note of gratefulness would go to my older brother for always sharing my sense of humor and knowing exactly what I mean when I’m trying to articulate a thought or worry. I’m very lucky and grateful to have him!

  87. I really like the LOVE NOTES is the bright and tinted pink colors (which would go to my boyfriend and girlfriends). Though my choice would have to be the THANK YOU notes- in yellow!? I believe thank you never said enough to coworkers, friends or family. These simple notes would bring joy to all! 😀

  88. So many people who should receive a thank you note from me – my husband who works so very hard every day and is probably not always appreciated as much as he should be by me, my daughter for making me laugh and smile every day (she can’t read yet though!) my parents for always being there with a cup of tea and piece and cake. Even the ikea delivery man would have one if he arrives tomorrow as promised with our bed in time for our Christmas guests!

  89. I would send “hello” notes to my college friends, who are all all spread across the country! I miss them!

  90. I love sending notes 🙂 I’m sending my next thank-you note to my thesis supervisor from university, who has been helping me throughout my grad school application process even though she has no obligation to!

  91. As an art teacher, I would love to give my students a Happy Note when they do a great job on a project or simply have a great attitude.

  92. I would send a thank you notes to my parents and my in laws. Ever since we had our baby they have been helping with everything. My husband and I are very grateful for our parents.

  93. My note would go to my sweet mother-in-law who lives alone far away from us and definitely deserves some appreciation by means of a lovely little note!

  94. I would send a Happy Note to my friends who have just found out their mother is facing a battle with cancer. It would be a great little reminder that I support them and to remember the happy little things in life.

  95. the happy notes just brighten my day.
    i’d send them to the people who have acted as older brothers and sisters to me during my transition out of college and into post-grad life (:

  96. I would love to send a happy or hello note to my family on the east coast since we just moved this year to Colorado.

  97. my next thank you note would have to go to my caring, generous boyfriend. i’ve been sick for nearly two weeks now and he’s done everything possible to make me feel better and has taken on all of the responsibilities and has not complained once. he’s such a trooper.

  98. super duper cute notecards. i owe my whole family (parents, sisters, in-laws, husband, etc) a thank you for a very special birthday celebration.

  99. My Mama! She is always there for me…making sure that my stress levels are at a minimum and my perspective is in check as my fiancé and I approach our wedding day.

  100. I’ve made it a tradition to send thank you notes to my family and closest friends and professors for Thanksgiving. These would be perfect for that! Not too formal but not too middle-school-passing-notes-in-class either. I would definitely give my first thank you note to my mother.

  101. I’d send a love note to my husband at work to let him know I love him and appreciate him to the moon and back. We just paid off ALL OUR DEBT this morning. BOOM! Great feeling. He was the driving force helping us get financially organized. Happy holidays!

  102. so cute!
    my gratefulness groups will always go to my family, first of all, particularly my mother. 🙂
    thank you!

  103. Hands down, I’d send a note to my parents! Their support has meant so much to me over the years. While I’m not sure a thank you will ever be enough, I’ll continue to send them excessive amounts of snazzy note cards to express my gratitude.

  104. I would send a thank you note to my parents for hosting Thanksgiving, and a love note to my fiance! Thanks, Joy!

  105. I would write a note to my husband, a medical student, who takes such wonderful time with our new baby.

  106. I would love to send some Happy Notes to our best friends in New Zealand who just had a beautiful baby boy – the colours and polka dots on the notes would definitely bring a smile to the new little family!!

  107. I would love to send a note to a random stranger. Its unexpected moments of recognition that inspire us to be better people.

  108. I would send notes to all of the people in my life who has supported, encouraged, and has never given up on me, especially my parents.

  109. I would love to send a note out to my sister who recently had a baby – I am so in awe of how strong she is and would love to brighten her day!

  110. I would give a thank you and love note to my husband. He is the greatest father and my biggest supporter and I don’t tell him that enough.

  111. I would send a thank you note to my husband who always supports me, especially when my mother is in town for the holidays!

  112. I would love to send notes to my amazing mom! I’m a first year law student and despite being on the other side of the country she always sends me care packages and makes me feel loved! I don’t thank her enough for being awesome.

  113. The next note I’ll be writing will be to my boyfriend. Every major holiday we write each other a love note, sharing memories since our last note and the feelings we have for each other. I’ve been holding on to each note and would love to have these beautiful notes/cards to hold on to for the rest of our lives!

  114. These are just too cute! I’d love to send hello notes to all my family now we live too far apart to visit during the holiday season.

  115. My next notes will be to my friends all over the country. We’re all geographically dispersed and I miss them like crazy!

  116. I am a big believer in the importance of showing gratitude, so naturally I’d gravitate toward the Thank Yous! I would love to send them to my parents for being so supportive in my decision to quit a job that was destroying my health from the stress, emotionally and financially. I was terrified that my workaholic mother would judge me and tell me I made a mistake, but she has been totally amazing.

  117. I would send a happy note to each of my parents. They are going through an (amicable) divorce, and I know it has been tough on both of them. I would just like them to know that even though I live 2,000 miles away, I am always thinking of them.

  118. these are amazing! i would love to leave one for each of my co-workers. they are wonderful people! xo

  119. I’d love to send a note of happiness to my in-laws who are dealing with some health issues… Just something to brighten their day!

  120. I’d send these notes of gratefulness to my cousin who just hosted my husband and i for the weekend. they were the best hosts, and i’d like to express my appreciation with one of these notes.

  121. My next note would have to go to my boyfriend – my biggest supporter in life and my favorite person to spend time with! He’s the best!

  122. These are so cute! I think I’ll have to send a happy note to my friend as soon as she has her first child – she’s due any day now!

  123. I will send notes to my boyfriend. He lives far from me, but we try to see each other once or twice a month and send notes, cards or photos every week! 🙂

  124. I would send the happy notes to my best friend throughout her wedding planning process- i am grateful to be a part of it.

  125. These are so cute. I would give a thanks you note to my aunt- who always cheerfully hosts all the family for the holidays even with a disability. She’s the best!

  126. I would send my note of thanks to my husband who is staying in another country now but still keeps on caring and encouraging me in everything I do as much as he used to do when he is beside me.

  127. LOVE Tokketok!I would definitely have to send a happy thank-you to my mother, who is driving 7 hours tomorrow to spend Thanksgiving with me.

  128. I would send cards to:
    1) Mom, since I live a bored and miss her 🙁
    2) Dad, to tell him “how much I love him”, I never did because I feel shy 🙁
    3) The Mom of my best friend who we lost in car accident at holiday night, and we miss her so much 🙁

  129. I would send a happy note to my gorgeously, pregnant friend who is lives too far away for a personal pop in.

  130. My thank you note would absolutely go to my best friend who has supported me during a cross country move, a few different new jobs and establishing my newest iteration of my life goals :p

  131. Lovely!
    Big thank you note giver here and with all the holiday parties and events I will be sending out lots of thank yous.

  132. I would send a Thank You note to my godmother, who is an exemplary being, and is always checking that I am okay during this time I am abroad as a Peace Corps Volunteer.

  133. I would send a love note to my husband in celebration of the year we got married, adopted a dog and travelled through Asia 🙂

  134. Love these notes! I would send them to a couple of the parents who work on my son’s high school cheerleading booster board with me…they have been going above and beyond lately working on fundraising.
    Thanks for the chance to win.

  135. We’ve been writing lots of thank you notes to family and friends who supported us during our daughter’s heart surgery and hospitalization. These would be a lovely help!

  136. I’d send something to my family and husband. It’s always fun to get a random beautiful card in the actual mail!

  137. I’d love to send a birthday note to my grandmom to celebrate her upcoming 91st birthday until I can see her at Christmas time!

  138. my next notes will be to my sister, the beautiful bride to be – wishing her all of the happiness in the world on her future marraige!

  139. I would love to send thank you notes to my friends for their contributions toward Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts!

  140. I would leave a note of kindness to my family, my mentor, and a random stranger who may be needing an extra dose of encouragement 🙂

  141. These are great! I love writing thank you notes for any manner of small occurrences — a great meeting with a colleague, a perfect evening out with friends.

  142. I love these thank you notes! I send thank you notes like crazy, but would love to use these to thank all of my family and friends for holiday gifts.

  143. Hi Joy,
    I would send the universal God a gratitude note, thanking for allowing me to be mindful and present to the many blessings that have touched my life.
    Thank you

  144. I love how fun these notes are! I would love to use them as thank you notes for Christmas / Birthday parties (for kids), and they would be great to put in a child’s lunch box for school. If I had to pick what I would do just now with these notes, I would give them to my friends and family during this festive time of year, to surprise them with a little extra thank you for all they have done…and probably not heard enough.

  145. Our family has experienced 3 deaths in the past month.
    fortunately this left my immediate family unscattered and i am so thankful to God for this.
    Since i cant send a thank you note to God, I would send lots of i love you notes to the members of my immediately family for staying strong and staying close.

  146. I love this stationary line, it’s both simple and joyful.
    I would write a note to my little sister to thank her for welcoming us so nicely while she was going into labour (yes, I had bought my tickets early to go see her baby and then, she delivered him late and I will have to wait until Christmas to actually meet him).

  147. I would send a grateful thank you to my parents’ Sunday School class back in Pennsylvania, as they donated $100 to me to help fly me home to PA from Cali in January to visit with my parents who will be home from China for 3 weeks. They have blessed me HUGELY and would LOVE to use one of Tokeetok’s amazing notes to do so! Thank you !!!

  148. I would first send one of these notes to my best friend in New York. We met in Paris but continue our friendship ‘à distance’ and that includes letter writing!

  149. I would love to send a note to my grandmother (Oma) who will be making a magnificent Thanksgiving dinner for about 20 of us this week! She gets stressed and nervous, but she does a great job!

  150. Sending some of these cuties to friends who have been a tremendous support in helping us get our start up off the ground would be wonderful!

  151. My note would be to my mother who always puts the needs of others (family, friends, strangers) in front of her own.

  152. One of my New Years resolution for 2014 is to write more letters and notes to loved ones! Say bye to digital and hello to paper! 🙂 so this little sweet giveaway would help me do just that!

  153. Thank you note to a dear friend and doctor who has given me great medical/health advice since I’m going through my first pregnancy right now!

  154. I’d send it to my Aunt Ann, who told me the day of my mom’s funeral three years ago that she’d be my “new” mom. And she has been.

  155. My gratefulness card would go to my best friend of 10+ years who was recently my maid of honor. She has done so much for me over the years, and I can’t thank her enough for everything she did to make my wedding my dream wedding!

  156. It would for sure go to my mom, to express my gratitude for how hard she works to make the holidays memorable for our family.

  157. I would send the “thank you” note to my parents and my hubby’s parents to thank them for their amazing support to us during this difficult economic situation in Greece. They confront difficult situations too but they are always on our side, helping us get through it and make our dream come true!

  158. I would send thank you note to my Mum, I have just realised I’ve never thank her… . And love note to my best friend for being there for me. I have to come up with some more ideas for happy notes, these are so cute!

  159. i’d give a dotty note to my friend who just discovered that number 4 child due in april is actually number 4 AND 5 child!

  160. Love the colors and simple design of this line. I would definitely thank my parents for being awesome–generous, helpful, supportive and loving. Will do it no matter what!

  161. I would love some Happy Notes to send to family and friends back home in the Dakotas that I just don’t see enough.

  162. These are lovely! I would love to send one of these to my dear friend Denise who just helped me through a very hard time.

  163. What a darling giveaway! My first note would go to my mother, who is hands down, the most wonderful and generous person on the planet. She is always helping me and I cannot express my gratitude to her for her enough!

  164. My next note would go to my hubby. I am 17 weeks pregnant with our 2nd child and he has been so sweet to step up and help me out more with our first child and with the housework. I am so thankful for him!
    Jodi

  165. The Thank You Notes would go to all my loved ones who have been such an amazing support system to me this past year.

  166. What beautiful products!
    I would send a note to my parents for being always by my side lending me a helping hand, giving advice and being so generous with their love.

  167. I would send a love note to my amazing mom. Since I don’t get to go home this holiday season it would be another way to show her how much I love her, even from far away.

  168. I would send a happy note, because I’ve been trying to be happier and spread more joy in my world. I prefer to be around happy, positive people and a happy note would share the smiles!

  169. i’m so glad that tokketok happy notes have made a come back!! i would send a love note to my hubs to thank him for a wonderful birthday celebration 🙂

  170. My next thank you notes will go to the many friends and family who showered my newborn and I with gifts 🙂

  171. I would write a thank you note to my parents for providing for me throughout college and pushing me to pursue a career I truly love!

  172. The “Notes” are just wonderful! My first note would be a Thank you note to my sister. We both lost our husbands in a two month span this year, and I have been thankful to have her, as well as help her, in order for us to get through our losses. The notes would be fun to send and keep our spirits bright.

  173. I will send the next thank you notes to my advisors and mentors who have been writing letters of recommendation for me while I’m applying to graduate schools.

  174. I’d send a happy note to my college freshman daughter to let her know Im always thinking of her.

  175. I would send it to my friends, who’ve always been there for me and with whom I have loads of fun with.

  176. I would hang tons of love notes all over my boyfriend home, for this year will be the third we celebrate all the joy and brightness that, being together brought to us.

  177. I would send a thank you note to my parents who are always there for me in times of need.

  178. I would love to send a thank you to my mom, for her contestant love and support though the worst year by far of being ill.

  179. The love notes to tell my husband how much we love him and what an amazing husband and father he is and how much he means to my daughter and I.

  180. I love hand written notes and savor them in this digital age. I still try to hand write and mail thank you notes, birthday and holiday cards. My next notes will either be holiday cards or the thank you notes for the holiday gifts.

  181. I would send a Thank You note to my daughter’s preschool teacher. This woman works so hard and the kids just adore her.

  182. I moved over the summer across the country and will be sending out notes to my friends back east who have supported me and kept in touch, making my transition a whole lot easier!!

  183. Note of grateful ness above and beyond will be to my in-laws. They have always been more than generous to all of their children and grandchildren and yet the most I love about them is the way they lead and love by example. Married 60 plus years and just the sweetest together you’ll ever meet.?

  184. I would like to send a Birthday note to my Mother. She now shares her birthday with her only grandchild, and it would be so nice for her to receive some caring thoughts and words on the special day.

  185. I would send a little love note to my husband – I was just thinking today about how we met and it made me smile. Also, I’d send a note of happiness to my best friend – we’ve been best friends for about 25 years now and she’s an amazing friend. She’s also about to become a mother so I’d definitely like to share in her happiness!

  186. My bffs. We’re scattered all over the world and we have a email chains 🙂 but who doesn’t love good old fashioned snail mail? The best kind!

  187. it’s my husband’s birthday soon, so i’d slip a birthday AND thank you note in his coat pocket on the day. no better way to make someone’s day than to make them feel loved and appreciated.
    and thank you for the international giveaway joy!

  188. I am so lucky to have two lovely daughters, and sons-in-law, and now three grandchildren who love and support me always. The deserve all I can give them but I know a note will make their day, as they have made mine!

  189. I would love to send a note to my friend who just had her first baby. She had a difficult birth and is still not 100% for seeing lots of visitors but I’m sure would love a beautiful happy note in the mail.

  190. I would love the Birthday note… one of my best friends and mom’s birthdays are coming up soon. They are cute and simple to wish a happy birthday to them both.

  191. I will like to send thank you notes to friends and family for the all the support they given me this year.

  192. My little sis turns 30 next month and I wold love to send her a birthday/grateful note. I sure am glad she is in my life!

  193. Actually I will not send gratefulness note this time, because I will receive that for my birth day that is in days!! But if I will win, I’ll send it to everyone that wish to me “Happy Birthday!!”

  194. These come in all my favorite colors! I’d love send a note to my 82 year old grandma who lives back home and I only get to see her once a year. She’s the strongest woman I know.

  195. Ahw these note pads fit your style and the content of your blog so well Joy! They’re so colorful and happy! <3 I would definitely love to surprise my best friend with some Love Notes. She and her boyfriend just recently broke up and she's still struggling on giving her first heartbreak a place in her life. It would be so helpful if she would just write down all the little lovely moments in her life to get her back on her feet, because nothing makes me more sad than seeing her unhappy. This one's for her!

  196. So charming!
    I feel it is obvious, but my note of gratefulness would go to my mom. She such a rock for me, I’m very lucky to have her.

  197. I would love to send thanks to my loving mom, who raised me with all her heart and taught me all the right ways. She is the reason I am here today, and for that I will always be thankful that she is there for me.

  198. Tempted to say I want the “love note” for my boyfriend… but let’s be real, I’d use those “hello notes” to send “just thinking of you” letters to my three besties.

  199. My next note will go to my boyfriend, thanking him for continually being supportive and attentive, in spite of the (physical) distance between us.

  200. Notes to thank all my family and friends who supported us throughout our wedding planning process last year!

  201. Would love to express my gratitude to Michael who has helped me deal with my medical symptoms by
    helping me with my chores, errands and even some medical bills. Lovely stationary!

  202. I would send a Happy Note to my mom who is having a hard time being an empty nester right now. She loves hearing from my sister and I and snail mail would be a nice change!

  203. These are just so pretty! I would love to give a thank you note to my mom (everyday!) she’s the greatest woman in the world. Thank you! x

  204. I would love to send thankyou notes to my parents living in Japan.
    I got married in California and my parents couldn’t attend my wedding.
    I would love to tell them how much I love them and i am the happiest daughter/bride now with the card 🙂

  205. My next note of gratefulness will go towards my bosses for being the most wonderful and hardworking ladies I know!

  206. I’d love to use those wonderful note cards to send thank you’s to my family and friends who have supported me as I finish my dissertation!

  207. I would send thank you notes to all my friends who have been and are still super supportive of me during my job search.

  208. I would send a thank you to my mom. I don’t thank her enough for everything she’s done for me. I’m sure the note would make her weepy, too!

  209. I’ve just finished a diploma that has taken me four years and throughout I’ve gotten great feedback and help from my lecturers. I’d love to send them all thank you notes because their time has been so appreciated. 🙂

  210. i would use these lovely little notes to send to my photo clients. they are such a support to me and i would send them a little extra love with these cute notes!

  211. I would send a note to my six-year-old daughter who is always drawing me pictures and brightening my day.

  212. of course i would send these snailmail happy notes to grandma&grandpa. with them being cell phoneless and e-mailless, and me living across the world, there is no other way 🙂

  213. I’d send a thank you note to our friends who had my husband and I over for dinner last week. Little did they know that their invitation helped us reframe our thinking and recharge us so that we’re ready to tackle the world again. Forever grateful.

  214. These look fantastic. My next note (and probably many more after that) would go to my mum, because I don’t think I could ever thank her enough for being a strong role model for me.

  215. A special thank you note needs to go to my mom and my inlaws… They’ve really stepped up in the last few weeks while our nanny has been sick. They’ve taken days and days out of their schedules to care for my little babe. The plus side, I’ll be an official stay at home mom as of Monday!

  216. I will send a thank you note to my mother-in-law for the super generous garmin gps to track my swim workouts.

  217. How gorgeous! I am still a big fan of sending letters and notes in the post.
    I would send love notes to my nearest and dearest family and friends – just to remind them how much they mean to me and that I love them! I also love the gold and pink colourings of the notes xx

  218. i love sending notes – especially to my mom right now. we just lost my step dad and she is especially lonely. these would be sure to perk her up!

  219. A hello note to a dear friend and old pen pal in Malaysia; more meaningful than an email message, I think.

  220. I would send a thank you to Leah of Freutcake…I won a trip to her Freutcamp and I met amazing women and learned so much!

  221. I would send notes to my coworkers for being such a great group of people to work with every single day!

  222. I need to send a thank you note to my mom. (Even though I really owe her one pretty much on daily basis). I’ve been so stressed with my business & car issues & basically learning to be an independent young lady. She’s constantly there for me and incredibly supportive. It’d be so nice to give her one!

  223. I love the happy notes and would love to send my next letter of thankfulness to a few of my closest blogging friends who never fail to encourage me! 🙂

  224. Definitely would send a thank you to my friend, Cindy, who has helped me through a tough time. Couldn’t get by without good friends.
    Barbara

  225. I would love to send thank you notes to all the teachers that have help me during my senior year and the college process.

  226. I would send Thank You’s to the people who have helped me with my big, life-changing move to NYC! It wouldn’t have been this easy without them.

  227. it will be given to my 22mth old boy (for being a great joy in my life), DH (for being so loving) and friends who will be attending LO’s bday next jan!

  228. These are so special. I would write notes to my son’s teacher’s at his daycare where they are so caring and loving to all of the children in his class. They love what they do and it shows.

  229. I would love to send the hello notes to my coworkers! They would be a great way to brighten a bad day at work.

  230. I would first send a note to my brother who’s going through a tough time. Other notes of encouragement and gratitude to my husband and parents. Special notes need special paper.

  231. Thank you Joy! I love that these are like fancy metallic Dr’s notes! I will “prescribe” thanks and gratitude to my family for being awesome and there for me, and also to my out-of-town friends so they know that I’m thinking of them 🙂

  232. these are so cute thanks for sharing these 🙂
    I would send a thank you to my friend who helped me jump my car battery when it was sleeting outside

  233. My special note would go out to my sisters and mom.
    For always loving me unconditionally. Even when I’m not nice and hell at them.

  234. i would give a happy note to the barista at the coffeeshop i frequented everyday for 3 months as i searched for a job.

  235. Thanks for the chance to win these beautiful notecards! Id give a thankyou note to my Mother who is always there for us – its such a blessing to have her in my life!

  236. I’d write a thank you note to my mom, for all that she’s done for me and her support in everything I do in my life 🙂

  237. I would send a note to my big sister, who just gave birth to a very happy baby who never fails to cheer me up all the time!

  238. I’ll be writing thank you notes to my kids Sunday school teachers who volunteer hours of time each week with a smile.

  239. I would love to write to my mom and dad who recently retired to let them know that I will always be there for them no matter what.

  240. My mother would get a note for sure–she’s out of the country for Thanksgiving, and I miss her crazy much.

  241. My next thank you note would go to my best friends, for letting me vent my frustrations without judging and making my life a little bit more fun : )

  242. My next would be a love note to my husband! We’ve written each other emails and letters since we first met, and I love that it’s still something we take pleasure in 🙂

  243. The note of love+thanks would definitely go to my mom who takes care of my 15 month old while I’m at work! Can’t do it without her kind help and loving support.

  244. Gosh, beautiful notes…wow…..I would send pretty notes to my friends that are very special to me…..Many thanks and cheers, Valerie

  245. I’m so grateful for my parents…especially now that I’m a parent myself. So my note of gratefullness will be for my mom and dad.

  246. I would send a thank you note to my cousins who surprised me for my birthday and brought a beautiful orchid and bottle of wine – best was chatting the night away with them 🙂

  247. My note of appreciation would definitely go to my mother. I am in the process of planning a wedding in the midst of medical school. She has taken it upon herself to do all the heavy lifting for me, and this is just one of the many things I am thankful to her for.

  248. These are so beautiful!!! I would give a birthday note to my sister, whose birthday is on Thanksgiving this year 🙂

  249. i would love to send a thank you note to my parents since they have done so much for me and helped me through all the difficult times and also to people just around me to thank them for the work that they have done which usually goes unnoticed.

  250. My next note will be to my old college roommate and friend for being such an inspiration of strength and hope. She and her husband (married for 1 1/2 years) lost their first baby at 9 months. Love them so much..

  251. I’d sent my thank you so much note to my mother, who is a real pillar of my life and always wants the whole family feel well.

  252. My next note of gratefulness – To my in-love’s who just flew thousands of miles to visit us in Kenya (where we live, but we’re American) for a couple of weeks. It was a magical visit and I’m so grateful they made the journey all the way here to experience a bit of our world.
    Also…Thanks Joy, for being a continual source of inspiration! xx

  253. What lovely notes! I would love to send these to my family for being there for me through a very rough period in my life. My parents were so loving and understanding! I would also send a wonderful thank you note to my brother and his beautiful wife who are currently living all the way in Mexico! There’s such a great distance from where I’m currently living in Europe

  254. I would send a note to thank my husband for working so hard to provide for me and our little girl who is due to arrive in January 2014.

  255. These cute notes would go out to my dearest friends and family who have always been kind and generous towards me.

  256. oh those are so lovely…my next note would be the thank you note, to my best friend. i will be able to stay at her apartement in december when i´m startin my new job. THANK YOU!!!

  257. A gorgeous note. It’s a little worth writing about them 🙂
    The portfolio of Tokketok is wonderful. Congratulations.
    Greetings from Spain.
    Marta.
    diseño web almeria

  258. Joy, what a beautiful give away.
    I would love to send a big thank you to my wonderful husband, who has supported me through major career moves and many personal changes over the past 3 years. He truly is my soulmate and I wold be adrift without him.

  259. Hurray!!! I am so happy this contest is open to anyone and that it’s for something I love so much!
    I would send a note to my hubby because he makes me so happy and has been my rock during our big move to a new province.

  260. I would send a thank you note to my sister, who’s been so supportive and wonderful during my pregnancy. She’s made me manicures when I’ve been feeling low and bought me luxurious body creams to make me feel wonderful.

  261. Such beautiful colors! A lovely way to show gratefulness this Thanksgiving. Here’s how I would start:
    I would send a Happy note to my friend Pam because polka dots make both of us happy.
    I would send a Hello note to my grandma because she loves getting mail and I love saying hello.
    I would give a Love note to my husband to celebrate our lucky anniversary year.
    And finally, I would give a Thank You note to my mentor, for all that she’s done to help me shine.

  262. I am going to send a thank you note to the kind people at the APPLE San Francisco store – visiting there from Canada, they helped me when my laptop died and got me back up and running within 24hrs. Great customer service deserves a special thank you. Happy American Thanksgiving!

  263. I would like to send happy notes to all my students! But I can think of people for all of them! Thanks.

  264. I would loove to send these thank you notes to so many precious people who have been with me through the last one year in helping me find and pursue a treatment plan for my son diagnosed with CP.

  265. I would love to win these note cards. I want to send them to thank volunteers who helped us during this most difficult time after the devastation of typhoon Haiyan here in the Philippines. Their help has been most unselfish and it would be great to send joy especially this Christmas. Thanks joy for these kind if contest!

  266. I would send a love note to my boyfriend to tell him how much I appreciate everything he does for me!

  267. My next note will go to my best friend. Even though we keep in touch via text and social media, she and I love to send each other letters through good ol’ snail mail. Seeing her handwriting makes our little notes seem so special.

  268. Un merci spécial to my boyfriend. I’ve been with him for 14 years and I just discovered that he’s also a wonderful dad with our 4 months little Ingrid.

  269. I would send one of the beautiful thankyou notes to my mum , simply thanking her for being who she is . x

  270. Great giveaway! I would send my granddad a thank you note, since he helped me yesterday with changing my wintertires and afterwards made an amazing omelet for me!

  271. My next thank you note would go to my oldest and dearest friend, who just by listening makes things so much better

  272. Not to be cliche, but it would go to my boyfriend… I have a lot of things going on in my life right now: I just got a new promotion, my grandma is very ill and my family is not handling it very well, and we jus tbought a house- which is CRAZY stressful, and through it all, he has been my rock… By my side and there with words of wisedom (or a glass of wine) through it all.

  273. I’d leave a hello note with a sweet message in the mailbox of the older lady who lives near us and is alone most days. I think it would make her feel extra special.

  274. My next note of gratitude will go to my foster-son’s mentor. What a difference he has made in one child’s life!

  275. My next note of gratefulness would go to my mum. I’d send her a love note in the mail because finding a surprise note in the mail would brighten her day!

  276. My next note will go to one of my best friends who lives in the opposite side of the planet. Even though we are far, it’s good to thank someone for their existence!

  277. I would love to send notes to my friends living all over the world. I am quite terrible at keeping in touch but these notes will give me a reason to send them all kinds of things!

  278. I’d send notes to friends/family who no longer live near me– a little hello in their mail box 🙂

  279. I would send a Thank You and Love Note to my hubby at work! He’s an amazing father, husband and friend =)

  280. My note would be to my wonderful mother who I will unfortunately not be able to be with for her 50th birthday in a few weeks! Just a little way to show her how extra special she is!

  281. I would send thank you note to my boyfriend for supporting me through really hard times and being my best friend

  282. These are just perfect! I miss the hand written notes and try to send them whenever I think someone needs a special message. My next note will be to my best friend (also the godmother of my oldest son) because she means so much to me and is too far away. Thanks Joy!

  283. I’d send a thank you note to my 9 year old brother for being so sweet and understanding when I had to cancel sibling fun plans due to illness. He is a little star!

  284. I would send thank you notes to everyone that has supported me growing up because I don’t think I’d actually ever written a thank you note before but I do want to start. The first one would be to my mother because she the greatest, most loving mother anyone could possibly ask for.

  285. I want to send a thank you note to my baby girl for being patient, kind, trusting and a complete angel.
    she has made my life whole and given me all the love i ever need. She has given me a purpose to live and i can’t thank her enough. I hope to always see her happy.

  286. As a teacher, I am thankful everyday for my coworkers- people who work tirelessly to give their students the best education possible, on a scant amount of sleep, with sometimes limited resources, in the face of pension cuts and seemingly endless news stories about how much education stinks in our country. I’d love to tell my colleagues how much they rock!
    Cheers,
    mindi

  287. This stationary is amazing! I send notes to my best friends in Chicago and Michigan quite often! I just found out one of them is pregnant so that is who I would send my next note to 🙂 Happy Holidays!!

  288. I love these happy notes! I would use them to write notes to my nieces (10&8). They can keep them and have memories when they’re older. Memories of how super cool their aunt was.

  289. I would write 30 love notes to my husband for the 30 weeks i will be away working in the Middle East.

  290. A thank you note to my best friend, for listening to me ramble all summer about the California bar.

  291. I like to send notes of gratitude to my family for being so supportive of me during my transition from living in Korea to moving back home.

  292. I would love to send notes of gratitude to my family for being so supportive of me during my move from Korea back home to Minnesota.

  293. probably my momma. she’s so good at being understanding that my life has taken me across the country from her. and i know that twice a year i get to hug her for a week (or two) straight!

  294. I will send a love note to my parents expressing my gratitude for everthing they have done for me without question or hesitation, fully, with love.

  295. I would send a thank you note to every single one of my friends to thank them for being the weird and wonderful people that they are. Nobody says that enough, the important people in the world need to be told that they are special!

  296. My next note of thanks will go to the surgeon and nurses who will be looking after me just before Christmas.

  297. If I could, I give a thank you note to my lil Pekingese, Chewy. He’s been there for me during the struggles in my life, being dirt poor with barely anything to my name, losing my dad too early in life and then he’s been there for me through the best times too! After a long day, coming home from work and class to see him there wagging his tail happily waiting for me, and my wedding day! But Chewy would rather a treat than a thank you card, so it would probably go to my husband who’s been there for me too. 😉

  298. My next note of gratitude will go to my neighbor for helping me with a blown fuse last night. Thank you so much for hosting this giveaway.

  299. The note would have to go to my mother. We’ve always been close, but now that I have a baby of my own, it’s put everything into perspective – how hard she worked to raise me and make sure I had manners, while also managing to make it all fun enough that I’d consider her a best friend. We talk on the phone every single day, but she’d appreciate a random “thank you for everything” note more than anyone – writing thank yous has always been up there with saying “please” and “thank you” in her book!

  300. I would send a Happy Note to a friend who needs a little bit of color and hope in her life right now… and despite the hard she’s experiencing right now I’m so thankful that she gets up each day and is able to love those around her.

  301. To my husband, who these last few years has been the biggest supporter of me as a new mom, college, and career. Even when I’m unsure myself, he is pushing me and praising me. It’s great!

  302. In the new year I have a goal to reach out to one friend/family member a week to stay in touch, these cards would be so cute to do so.

  303. I would send it to my hubby who has been such a rock to our family! He’s been the pillar of strength and faith and has been helping out so much while I’m pregnant with my 3rd child.

  304. I’d love to send little love notes to my boyfriend and friends. Even people you aren’t in a romantic relationship with needs little reminder that you love them!

  305. I would send my next note to my sweet uncle who gave me free dental work over the Thankagiving holiday.

  306. My next note of gratefulness would go to friends and family to thank them for upcoming Christmas gifts!! It would be nice to send some general thankful for having them in my life as well 🙂 love these designs!!

  307. I would give out the thank you notes to my family and friends on my birthday to just say thanks for the being the awesome people that they are and for the many moments when they helped me, supported me and just listened.

  308. I would send thank you notes to all my family and friends for coming to our wedding 🙂 I think these would be fun and different to send out! Thanks for the giveaway!

  309. I’d love to send these unique thank you notes to my beloved coworkers and manager who’ve been very supportive this year.

  310. I’d love to send one of these to each of my parents: to my mom for coming to stay with us for a month after our second son was born & taking such marvelous care of us, and to my dad for “loaning” Mom to us for that month. (It was the longest amount of time they’ve been apart in their 40-yr marriage/43-yr relationship.)

  311. I would like to thank my mom for being such an incredible person and making me stronger and braver. She is a truly blessing for me and sometimes I tend to forget how important is to thank her.

  312. I’d sent notes to my sisters to echo the Golden Girls and say ‘thank you for being a friend’.

  313. I would give a thank you note to my wonderful colleague and mentor who constantly taking time from their own workday to help me, teach me, and guide me forwards.

  314. These are so cute! I would send a note of gratitude to my grandma for always sending me uplifting emails and letters when I need them!

  315. I would write a happy note to all the people that I care for and love.
    I would thank them for all that they have done for me, fold it up into a heart shape, and let them know that I am thankful for having them in my life

  316. My next note would go to my husband. He’s the best. he supports me and cook me good foods everyday.

  317. I would send a love note to my generous and loving boyfriend, who always gives me good advice and love.

  318. I would sent a note to my husband, for being so supportive of me during my pregnancy and for treating me with such love and respect.
    Thanks for this !

  319. Well, even if I’m French and Thanksgiving is not celebrated in my country (that’s too bad, I love it more and more each year when I see all Americans’ blogs), I would thank my parents. They help me and make a lot of sacrifices in order to pay me the studies I wanted to do, they even supported me to go to China for my studies. It may not be simple to let their daughter live so far, but they trusted me, and I thank them so much for this !

  320. i definitely am always letting my husband know how grateful i am to him for quitting his job and coming with me to the UK for a 2-year assignment. he would definitely get a note.

  321. My birthday is coming up so I would send thank you notes to all my kind friends who come out to celebrate!

  322. Three months ago I moved across the world for a fabulous new job and an even more amazing boyfriend! But I miss all my friends and family at home, and would love to show them a little love and tell them how much I miss them with the hello note cards!

  323. Three months ago I moved across the world for a fabulous new job and an even more amazing boyfriend! But I miss all my friends and family at home, and would love to show them a little love and tell them how much I miss them with the hello note cards!

  324. At first I started thinking of all the people I would send these notes to, but then I realized that the most important one, and first one I would send, would be to myself. I have been going through a total transformation this year, realizing how much I beat myself up about not doing everything. I would write myself the “I love you” note to remind myself how amazing I am at all that I do. I have learend only once we love ourselves can we then give love others. So important!

  325. I would send a note to my mother-in-law, we just spent some time visiting her in New Jersey. It was a great trip. Thanks for the giveaway!

  326. My husband. We spend so much time focused on managing our household, I rarely take a minute to be grateful for him. I’d love to tuck it into his truck without him knowing 🙂 PS- oh how I covet these little notes

  327. I’d love to send notes to the dear ones who have prayed for me so that I could be where I am today.

  328. I would love to give these beautiful thank you notes, to each member of my family and friends that adore.
    Im going to use the birthday notes to add to my best friends gifts next year.
    I m going to leave love notes to my husband when he deserves them ( everyday :))
    and im going to use the hello notes hmm ..to say hi to my nice workmates.

  329. I would write another Thank You Note to our lovely neighbour, who knocked on our door to introduce herself and her 7 month old boy, bearing chocolate cookies. A few days later, she brought us a pile of soup and freshly baked scones and a written recipe of said scones which is a favourite recipe of her family! It was so heart warming. Random act of kindness is the best!

  330. How delightful! I will be sending a note to my parents very soon. They just helped us move and are buying us a new sofa to break in our new home. They deserve a hand written note, most certainly.

  331. Love these! Growing up, my mom drilled the importance of thank you notes into me. Now I feel horrible if I don’t send one! I love the structure of these notes, almost like the old school slips in the back of library books that said when they were due. Too cool!

  332. A note of gratefulness to the love of my life who gave up his dreams and joined the military, all for the sake of our future.

  333. I would love to send a love note and a thank you note to my sweet supportive husband. Im pregnant and sharing this time with him is exciting and so special! I want to let him know how much I appreciate and love him.

  334. I’d send a thank you note to my mom thanking her in advance for helping me with our first baby due in February 🙂

  335. I would send a card to my dad to return the favor. He always sends me cards from the US, even though I live in Hong Kong. It always makes me feel loved!

  336. i would love to have these on-hand to write quick notes when someone encourages me to keep after my dreams! i forget how much i doubt myself until someone reminds me to keep at it.

  337. I will be sending a Thank You note to my husband who has and always is patient with me and loves me in spite of my moodiness. And then, insert a little Love You note as well 🙂
    Thank you so much for the chance to win! 🙂

  338. I would love a chance at these.
    My mums bday is the 3rd so my next note is going to her.
    Thankful that her life has brought forth mine and made me who I am today.
    Xo

  339. oh my gosh, these are just lovely. Wouldn’t they be perfect for work? Put a happy note on a worker’s desk for a job well done, a hello note for things that need to get done and a thank you note for co-workers who help out. I would save the love notes for home!!
    thanks so much for the generous chance!
    karin c

  340. My next note of gratefulness would go to our local food share employees who obviously worked hard for others this Thankgiving season! Thank you!

  341. Hooray, open to all in the world! 😉
    I would send it to my father in law. He drove me to a specialist clinic with my cat two weeks ago when my husband could not make it home in time. We were sitting in the waiting room, and I was SO stressed out, and he just sticked with me the entire time, saying it would be alright…he really saved the day (and my cat)!

  342. I would send a thank you to each of my nine classmates this semester. We have four classes together every week in preparation for our teaching careers. The classes can be high dress and each of them has made my life this semester a little better. They are seriously the best people!

  343. Thank you notes to all those who are helping my mom. Our hometown – West, Texas had an explosion in April. She lost her home and has had to move to an assisted living facility. Since then my mom has had to endure alot… but sooo many have been by her side helping along the way. She is here and we have much to be Thankful for….

  344. I have some really good friends that are deserving of some recognition of my gratefullness for our friendships. My boyfriend passed away a year and a half ago and very few people actually stuck by me during that time; which added a whole other dimension to my loss. It was an ugly time, but those close friends really stood by me and helped me immensely. I only hope I can be as good a friend in return 🙂

  345. I would have to make that two notes, one to my wonderful husband who has always worked so hard to give us a beautiful life. the other would be my parents who have raised 5 of the best people on this planet!! 🙂

  346. these notes are so cute! i would love to send a happy note to one of my good friends that lives far away and i haven’t seen for too long.

  347. These are gorgeous. I need to write more notes to my boyfriend, who is visiting family right now and who I miss more than ever after watching scary movies!

  348. It would be for my husband who let me take a 3-hour nap and took on the challenge of looking after our 2-year old son when I was feeling a bit under the weather.

  349. I would send a note to my daughter, for making me the best art and for working so hard at learning to read.

  350. My next note (notes, plural!) of gratefulness will be going to all my many old and new friends who have been there for me in the last six months as I went through a huge life change, coming out of one very traumatic experience and relearning to live life again, struggling with sleeping tablets and battling with depression. I am back on my feet again, working a beautiful, new job, getting healthy and feeling peaceful again – this has all been because of these friends who have rallied by me, kept me going, and helped me believe in me again. I think they all really deserve big thank you letters, hugs and squishies!

  351. I would send thank you notes to my daughter’s amazing preschool teachers. She loves preschool and I enjoy getting a little space knowing she’s in good hands! 🙂

  352. I would send a note to my friend Linnea, who introduced my family to the world of exchange students. I now have 3 special kids around the country who spent a year with my family and changed it forever.

  353. Over the years, I grew more independent. Learning and experiencing new things, going to new places, exploring new environment, making decisions… all by myself. I wouldn’t be who I am without my parents. They have taught me to be who I am, try new things and not to rely on anyone. Unfortunately, I realize that I am also spending less time with them and the rest of my family. My parents have taught me well, but I believe it is well enough that I may have felt that I do not need anyone. I am not sure if this is suppose to happen… Kinda of back-fire on trying to let your kids be independent. Before it’s too late, I would thank my parents and family for teaching me to find myself in this world and reflecting all this, I would like to be less independent and be more dependent. This experience helped me to be more grateful and thankful to my love ones. Better late that never, right? Am going to start telling them and try to spend more time with them. Thank you for helping me with this post x

  354. My Thank You Note would be wholeheartedly sent to my mother, who tirelessly sacrifices her time and energy for me and the rest of her family. Having just had a c-section and the birth of my first child a week ago, I am so grateful for my mom and her ongoing support.

  355. I would write a special one to my mom, who I’ve been blessed of reuniting with after barely seeing her for the last 6 years. Who I’ve learned so much about this past year and has become my biggest motivation ever.

  356. I would love to send as thank you notes to my friends and family to thank them for their generosity and kindness at my recent baby shower. love these notes!

  357. I would send a Happy Note to my best friend who lives across the country. It would make us feel closer together, despite our distance!

  358. I would send a thank you note to my parents. They’ve put up with me for 22 years, without much thanks. They deserve it 🙂

  359. These are so lovely! My next note of gratitude will definitely go to my husband, for all the little ways he shows he loves me, but, most recently, for putting up with my craziness this holiday weekend : )

  360. grateful for my husband, he’s always there for me to celebrate the good times and help us get through the bad. He’s my everything!

  361. I would give it to my mother. She has been through so much and doesn’t get recognised enough for all the work she has done for all her family and friends. I only wish i could be the independent, intelligent and strong woman and mother she is to me.

  362. I would send a thank you note to my husband who has moved across the world
    With me and my kids to let me do my dream job. It has been hard for him to figure out life in a new culture and he has done so while supporting me for the last 18 months!

  363. My daughter has just had a hospital admission-she has cystic fibrosis. My note would go to all the amazing people in the CF team that care for her and support us in our journey which is often hard. There are so many passionate doctors and nurses caring for sick kids. I’m in awe of them truly and just so grateful.

  364. I would love to send a thank you note to my husband for everything he has done to make my pregnancy feel safe and comfortable and all the work he has done to get our home ready for a baby…

  365. I’d send a hello note to my niece because all kids love to get mail (no bills,right?). Having had the chance to spend the first holiday with my family in 10 years, it makes me grateful and thankful for family.

  366. My next thank you note will be to my sister who lives on the other side of the world and call me every day so I know she misses me. <3

  367. My mom will get my grateful note. She is an amazing care giver to my 95 yr old grandmother and continues to be a fantastic single parent to me.

  368. I would send a whole stack of notes to my bestfriend!
    We’ve never really been apart before, but she took a huge step this year and went on a mission for our church for 18 months, then I left for college. It’s been super weird to be apart, but I do try to send her lots of love & support and this is the perfect way 🙂

  369. I’d love to send a note to my wonderful boyfriend who is currently about 8000 km away from me but coming home for christmas!

  370. I’d send my next note to my nephew across the country, whom I have yet to meet in person!

  371. I would send them to a little 6-yr-old girl I don’t actually know, who lives in Poland and is fighting cancer. Just let her know that she’s loved more than she knows this Christmas 🙂

  372. I’d send a hello note “from” my 10 month old son to his one year old pen pal across the country. His mom was my pregnancy pal and we are hoping to continue with our sons as they grow older.

  373. I’d give a note to my 3 year old. He’s taught me to be a great mom by being an incredible kid. Maybe I’d frame it, too, if he doesn’t crinkle it up and play with it first 🙂

  374. I would love to send a Happy-Note to my best friend, Kim. a beautiful way to show her how grateful I am to have her in my life.

  375. Love that Hello notepad. Next note will go to my much loved Aunt Maggie and Uncle Mike for the thoughtful wedding gift.

  376. I love these! I would send a thank you note to my mom who is always doing nice things for me. I would also send a love note to my husband, which I never do–this is the perfect excuse!

  377. I’d love some happy notes to give out to everyone over Christmas with messages from me to them saying how they add happiness to my life.

  378. My note would be to my boyfriend who is my biggest supporter as I begin medical school. Most of my time is spent studying, but he is patient, understanding, and believes in me.

  379. my note would be to one of my colleagues who have a smile on their face and make me laugh/happy when I am having a bad day

  380. We moved to Europe from Canada last year and I’ve been terrible about sending letters – this will give me a great reason to finally send some ‘hello’ and ‘love’ notes to friends and family back home!

  381. if i am the lucky winner, i will send this note to my lovely parents. because if we are thousands of miles away, i am still really close to them and they support me so so much. it would also be fun to hear them read the note with their extra French accent 🙂
    in France and especially in my family, it is not really common to say “thank you” or “i love you”, it is a bit hard for us to discuss our emotions so they’d be surprised for sure!
    thanks for this opportunity Joy!

  382. I’d send a note to the new mum who just let me observe her labour and birth as part of my first year midwifery education curriculum. She was so generous and gracious and inspiring and beautiful.

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