Tuesday, August 11, 2009

YOU MIGHT BE A SOUTHERN LADY, IF...

You "Might Be a Southern Lady" if...you have ever felt the need to send out an "Excuse Card" to someone. Yes, even Southern ladies commit a social faux pas from time to time. Well, with these darling "Excuse Cards," available from 2PreppyGirls, you'll be able to say "I'm sorry" with class and style!

They are printed on ivory cardstock, packaged in organza bags, and tied with a satin ribbon...
Here's some reasons you just might need these cards:

~You had one too many glasses of wine at the baby shower.
~You unintentionally ignored another guest at a party.
~You accidently broke something belonging to the party host/hostess.
~You spilled a drink on someone at the party.
~To express your embarrassment over any other social faux pas you may have committed at an event.

The cards are pretty self-explanatory...
There's a space for your name, the date of the faux pas, and a space for you to write what behavior you are now regretting!

Y'all simply must have some of these...they are just soooo Southern and cute!
Thank you so much for stopping in today.

22 comments:

short southern momma said...

Oh, I just love those!!!! so classy!

Pug1 said...

They are VERY cute! CHEERS! Michele

Proverbs 27:19 said...

This is the first time I've heard about this. Interesting.

smooches,
Larie

Bitsy said...

What an excellent idea! Hope they aren't too expensive, as I am always doing or saying something that I come to regret;)
Xoxo

Domestic Designer said...

What a great idea!

2PreppyGirls.com said...

Thanks for being such loyal customer and blogger!! Glad you liked the cards but I can't IMAGINE that YOU would need them!!!
Preppy(((hugs)))
Margaret

Grove Gals said...

I was always told you had to write a hand written note, no fill in's. But that was according to my mother...the same mother who insisted we did not have reply cards with our wedding invitations. And she was right, I still enjoy looking through all of the kind responses we got to the invitations.

Kerree said...

They are absolutely gorgeous but the reason I don't drink is so that I will never have the need for them :)

Valerie@travelingthrough2 said...

Okay, these are just too cute, I'm smiling thinking of the ways they could be used. You could always have some ready when you give a party and if anyone has "a moment," as they leave hand them one and smile and quietly say, honey, you're going to want this later (need to be shaking your head yes as you do this). Ha! Have a wonderful week!
Valerie

Mary Beth said...

Boy, I can think of a couple of times when I could have used these. They really are the southern version of "damage control" Maybe I'll not get them, they might be my "license to misbehave." That would not be good =]

The Pink Tutu said...

These are too funny :)
P.S. Thanks for your sweet comment!

DMLD said...

They are so cute and although I hope to never need them for myself, they might just come in handy for hubs and children . . .

Teresa Jane said...

Do they come in cases? I might need a lot.
bff

thepreppyprincess said...

They are fun, aren't they?

Have a wonderful Thursday Miss Janice!
tp

Lady Katherine said...

This are wonderful! Just simply! Southern!

Beth Dunn said...

That is a great idea. I did a tv segment about when you make a "goof" and how to handle it. Love those. !!! xoxo

Lee said...

I am new to blogging...sooo glad I found you... I decided to take you up your invitation to follow. I think for now your post is my favorite. Yes,
(yea-us) I would love to have you visit me as well. Delightful.

Mrs. Farrah Ginter said...

What a great idea! Thanks for sharing! I'm a new reader and love everything so far!

prof en retraite said...

Well, how cute, Miss Janice! We Southerners have everything covered in the way of manners, don't we? Now, I think you should be handing them out at Panera Bread! lol I look forward to those Tweets! Have a wonderful weekend...Debbie

Melissa Miller said...

How cute and very sweet! :)

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Oh that is so fun! laurie

Libby Murphy said...

Goodness Miss Janice - there are times when I could go through a box of these in no time. Never heard of them before. Bet you never have call for them.
Happy Twirls