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A Thank You Using Touchnote

A Thank You Using Touchnote

A Thank You Using Touchnote

I pray that my Muslim readers had a very joyus Eid Mubarak! My weekend has been more then crazy! Moving and a major Muslim holiday don’t mix really well. Thankfully I have some great friends who made moving and unpacking seem easy. I am ever so thankful for them and wanted to share an idea about a quick way you might want to say Thank you this Eid, or anytime you need to thanks.

A little while ago I wrote about Touchnote, an app( for Iphone,droid or desktop) that let’s you send postcards using your own photos  Instead of buying a thank you card  I used one of my favorite photos and uploaded it to Touchnote.

A Thank You Using Touchnote

A Touchnote Thank You

I was able to thank both of my friends who were in valuable in the message box. I then went on to the next screen where I added an address and guess what they will have a thank you note from me in just a few days from now. How many times have we forgotten how important thank you’s are. I think getting a thank you postcard shows appreciation and thanks and is a simple easy way to convey what is in the heart.

Thinking of all the ways I can use The Touchnote app, and I can think of a few: a thank you card, an appointment reminder, an invite, or a just because card. What can you think of?

Since I have started playing with this app it has become more and more valuable.

You can find out about Touchnote here;

How would you use the app? Who would you send a postcard too?

Disclosure: I was selected for this campaign by American Muslim Mom Media Network, and received products free of charge. The thoughts and opinions of this campaign as always are my own.

Source: http://commoncentsmom.com/2011/11/a-thank-you-using-touchnote/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=a-thank-you-using-touchnote

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