Never underestimate the power of a “Thank You”! It’s such a beautiful phrase, and when you say, “thank you” with a handmade braided beaded kumihimo necklace, bracelet or other jewelry piece, it makes a world of difference.
Why Give Beaded Kumihimo as a “Thank You” Gift?
Saying “thank you” for something you have received with a kumihimo gift, no matter how small, is a great way to communicate and show your appreciation of someone. The artistic expression also shows understanding and encourages a positive reception and acceptance.
It really doesn’t take much to be cordial to others by saying “thank you” with a kumihimo key fob, key ring or bracelet as you express your gratitude for a service rendered or as evidence of your love and friendship.
The “Inspire” Beaded Kumihimo Necklace
Your expressions of appreciation must be honest and heartfelt. Being courteous and thankful comes not from your head but from your heart. If your actions do not match your words, then your efforts will be in vain.
The “Inspire” Beaded Kumihimo Necklace is a project I made to express my thanks for a kindness rendered. The person who had been kind to me was having a difficult time with an uncivil co-worker. I remember how it felt when someone insulted or was rude to me.
To cheer her up and let her know that not everyone was like that rude co-worker, I placed the finished 24-inch necklace in an organza jewelry pouch and surprised her with it at an impromptu tea for two at our local bistro.
How to Form a “Thank You” Habit
You don’t always have to give a beaded kumihimo gift to say, “Thank You”. Here are two simple ways to show kindness and courtesy to others.
- Be gracious and considerate. Acknowledge in some way each person you meet even if it is only with eye contact, a nod or smile. Concentrate on creating pleasant and agreeable experiences for everyone who interacts with you.
- Take advantage of every opportunity to be cordial. Watch for uncivil behavior. Every day you are presented with situations that allow you to show common courtesy and consideration to others. Be sincere and genuine.