Admitting your faults is the crucial first step towards making things right once again. This I'm Sorry card will help you apologize in a way that reflects how you truly feel. With a beautiful pink flower at the center of the card, it will definitely reflect how you truly feel.
Chocolate will work during an apology. But it must come after a set of words that is from the heart. A genuine apology together with a box of their favorite chocolate and this ecard, you will definitely be forgiven.
You're a straightforward person. You do things without thinking too. Sometimes you hurt the ones around you. Take this as a reminder to always review your words and actions. If you notice that you might have been too harsh, you need to apologize. Own up to your mistakes.
A genuine apology can make both parties feel better. When you say “sorry” in a caring way, it gives relief to your heart and mind. It lightens the baggage of hard feelings against someone or the sense of guilt within. Use this card to right your wrongs before the hurt continues.
Paul Boese once said, “Forgiveness does not change the past, but it does enlarge the future.” One of the hardest things you may ever have to do in life is to deliver an apology. Send your apologies with this I'm Sorry card before the day is over!
A true and sincere apology offers real regret and remorse for our actions and carries a promise that we won't do it again. It means acknowledging our faults, taking responsibility for the things we have done wrong and opens a dialogue between two people. An apology, when correctly given and sincerely meant, can create deeper and more trusting relationships.
Nobody is perfect. We all make mistakes and do things that hurt other people at some point in our lives. That's why it's important to acquire the ability to acknowledge your mistakes and apologize for your wrongs, even if you didn't do it on purpose. When you apologize, it shows the recipient that you recognize the pain you caused them and are willing to make things right again.
Are you sorry for something you have done? Do you wish you could let the wronged person know that you regret your actions? Now you can with this I'm Sorry card! The background is a pretty sky blue with a bouquet of red poppies and white daffodils in the center. The message is written on the bottom in dark blue. Send your apologies with this I'm Sorry card before the day is over!
If you're the one who owes an apology, make it count. A sincere note of apology along with a small gift will go a long way. We have designed an inspirational and beautiful I'm Sorry card to help you express your feelings. Send this card to say how sorry you are today!
Don't let the sun go down on your anger and don't let this day pass without saying sorry to those you have wronged. This card's background has the branches of a Japanese cherry blossom tree in the top left corner and a swirl of pink, green, red, black, and purple colors mixed together across the rest of the card. Send this I'm Sorry card to show how sorry you are.
Although taking responsibility for your mistakes can be hard, you should not say “I'm sorry” just for the sake of it. A genuine apology should come from the heart. To highlight the power of apologizing and to help you find the right words to express your remorse, here is a thoughtful I'm Sorry card.
Have you done something you regretted? Do you want to send a sweet apology to the person you wronged? If so, you have found the perfect card! This I'm Sorry card features bright pink tulips, which symbolize good wishes, and a brown paper-wrapped package that is tied with twine. Both items sit on a white-washed wooden table. Send this card to say "I'm sorry" today!
Many people say a quick “I'm sorry” without really thinking about it because they want to move on or simply have their own way. However, this waters down the value of an apology and can mean that a person you truly care about grows to doubt you and your sincerity. Whether you have something to be sorry for, or are ruminating on an apology from someone else, this is the best card saying you're sorry.