Introducing my Sincerely Yours™ Stationery Line

The art of the handwritten note has long been important to me – it’s something I stress in my etiquette sessions and practice in my own life.  I’m delighted to officially share my Sincerely Yours™ stationery with you, which combines my love of quality stationery and a gracious lifestyle. Please take a look…

Gracious Notes
These sophisticated note cards are printed on Crane paper and come with a matching Crane envelope lined in Bold Red.

Cheerful Greetings™ fold over note cards were created in vibrant colors, sure to brighten someone’s day and make a lasting impression.

Sincerely Yours

As you write your own thoughtful notes, consider a quick refresher on thank you note etiquette with a few of my tips that I just posted on my stationery page here.  Here’s hoping you are inspired to write to someone special today.

Sincerely Yours,

Signature

Diane Gottsman

Diane Gottsman is a national modern manners and etiquette expert, sought out industry leader, accomplished speaker, Huffington Post blogger, author, and the owner of The Protocol School of Texas, a company specializing in executive leadership and etiquette training. Diane is routinely quoted in national and international media including The New York Times, The BBC, CNN, Bloomberg Business Week, Kiplinger’s, Huffington Post Canada, U.S. News and World Report, and Forbes. Her blog has been named by Forbes as one of “The 100 Best Websites for Women, 2013.” She is a regular guest on two popular morning talk shows, SA Living, NBC, and Good Day Austin, FOX. She has been seen on TODAY with KLG and Hoda, HLN Headline News, and CBS Sunday Morning. Her clients range from university students to Fortune 500 companies and her workshops cover topics ranging from tattoos in the workplace to technology at the dinner table and the proper use of social media.

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