Thank You Cards & Other Stationery for the Reseller
I share a lot about my experience reselling thrifted clothing here on From Pennies to Plenty. I write about the platforms I use, show the things that I sell, and talk a bit about strategy in selling. One aspect I haven’t talked about much is how perfect selling is for someone who LOVES stationery.
How does stationery relate to selling? When I sell something, I wrap it up nicely and add a thank you note. No matter how much I make on a sale or even lose on a sale, I always add a hand-written thank you note. Sometimes I use a piece of pretty note paper or a fancy card. It’s a way of adding an extra personal touch to a buyer who I will never meet. I’ve received many comments from my buyers later thanking me for the notes too. As much as I love stationery, I love happy customers!
Reselling online is the perfect opportunity to make use of the stylish and unique stationery that I find. I’m always on the lookout for something new to add to my packages and to keep me organized in my daily life. With that in mind, here are some of my favorite stationery finds as of late.
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Thank you cards
The first card depicts ballet flats in watercolor. This is perfect for the clothes reseller because it’s fashion-centered and feminine. I’m always excited to get my hands on cards that fit with the reselling theme.
My house is full of notebooks. I keep them everywhere in case an idea comes to mind or I feel like brainstorming for my side hustles. I found these fun travel themed ones last year and have taken them with me on all my travels.
These are a few more I would gladly add to my collection:
Every year come November or December, I hunt for the perfect planner that will keep me organized in the year ahead. The planner has to have a lot of space to write my daily schedule, a full calendar page, extra pages to take notes, but not be too heavy. Last year I looked at several planners before choosing the one below. It’s been a trusty guide this year as I organized my life, thrift selling, and blogging.
Here are a few more of my favorite planners:
I have loved stationery since I can remember. My friends and I wrote notes to each other on pretty paper in grade school. We sent letters to each other via snail mail if you can believe that! I even started making my own stationery and still make greeting cards to this day when I have the time. I can’t seem to get enough stationery. Reselling helps me put it all to good use.
Thanks for letting me reminisce and indulge in my love of paper while putting together this post!
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