We all have that go-to friend that we always disturb if we need a place to crash after a fight with mom, if we broke up with a boyfriend, or if we have new gossip to share. Sometimes we forget to remind them that they are special and that we appreciate their presence in our lives. Saying thank you is mediocre. Why not level up how you can give thanks by giving a Thank you card to make it more memorable for them.

If you are looking for ideas on how you can express how much you appreciate them, here are some tips you can apply that will make your thank-you be appreciated and be treasured forever.

They say people’s etiquette is slowly fading away. Gone is the concept of sending handwritten “thank you” notes which most people think are either too intimidating or quite passe. Those who think it intimidating fear that they need to nail the wording down for it to be right. But the truth is, something that’s written sincerely is all that’s needed to show your appreciation. And in any case, an imperfectly written thank you letter that comes from the heart is still so much better than not sending one at all.

You Said It, your best source for funny cards, shares a quick guide to “Thank You” notes:

Greeting cards are making a comeback! And they come with much cuter illustrations and witty content.

Sending greeting cards to your family and friends can be a great way to congratulate them on something, especially if you can’t be there to celebrate with them physically. And you don’t have to worry about the formalities of writing a proper letter like you were taught in school. You can keep your greeting short and simple.

Here are a few ways you can keep your greeting brief, funny, but still meaningful.

Pets are considered a valuable part of a family. They give us comfort and happiness, so they only deserve proper care and attention. However, no matter how much we want them to stay active and healthy, they still get sick at some point in their lives. When that happens, pet owners become anxious and depressed.

If you know someone with a sick pet, offer them some reassurance and support. One sweet way to do that is to write and send a get-well card for their pet.