With Hanukkah behind us and Christmas closing in, your next big challenge that lies ahead is probably more daunting than present shopping: thank-you-card writing. When the gifts are awesome (ahem, ahem), a thank-you card is a no-brainer to draft. When the gifts are not-so-awesome (a used gift card from The Gap, for example), you might need a little help.
In this case, your holiday savior comes in the form of man about town, Derek Blasberg, who knows a thing or two about social graces during the holidays. He's teamed up with Opening Ceremony to create a few "Handwritten Letter Helper" sets that'll guide you along the thank-you-note process. The letters are available now in Opening Ceremony shops as well as online, and includes eight mad-lib style letter packs to send off.
Says Blasberg, "This is the easiest and most fun exercise in personalized correspondence ever. I'm happy to, in some small part, encourage the art of the letter, which is so often forgotten in our digital age." Amen! Now, where did we put our pens?