Printable Thank You Cards

Hi Guys I constantly struggle with getting thank you cards.  I am so grateful to so many, but I always fall short.  My kids are getting to an age where I want them to appreciate when someone does something for them.  I am trying to instill in them to always have a grateful heart, so with that I made these super simple thank you cards. All you have to do is print them on some card stock, cut out and fill them out, pretty simple.  Your kids can write as much or little as you desire.  I tried to make them small enough to fit into a 5x7 envelope but you can always fold them up and stick them in a smaller envelope.
Let me know what you think, or if they need any tweaking
Here is the actual file
Hope you enjoy!





fun wednesday: b/c i will be shopping on friday!

in the spirit of thanksgiving, lets go with...
  • what are you thankful for...with a twist
i am going to go ahead and assume that we are all thankful for..
  • our amazing families and homes
  • healthy children
  • an amazing heavenly father
  • a job
so lets spice this up, what are you really thankful for, make it fun!!

me, i'm thankful for...
  • extremely hot showers at the end of a long day, especially with philosophy or miss milkie
  • a nice hot cup of coffee in the morning to get me going
  • an extremely active toddler, that keeps me on my feet until she drops for naptime
  • happy mail: the mail that isn't bills or magazines, but little lovey letters from friends/family
  • pleasant surprises
  • anything fruity sweet (ha, the hormones talking there)

Comments

jessie said…
sunshine, slurpees, animals, sports, music, laughter, hugs, tickles, smiles, cuddles.
Matt Bunk said…
I'm thankful for the Europeans who finally "discovered" North America and eventually brought the tomato back to Italy where, even though first thought to be a poisonous fruit, it was finally farmed and used in the creation of a delectable treat known as spaghetti sauce. Which would one day travel back to North America so that I could have spaghetti with my Turkey on Thanksgiving at Nana's house.
Life with Linda said…
flannel sheets,coffee, casada cake,
a good fiction book,autumn colors, christmas decor- those old fashion C9 lights...and pretty boxes and WIRED RIBBON! Movie theatres,caller ID,cotton sox. TV.
and the internet!!!!
lori bunk said…
- unscented deodorant
- Tabasco sauce
- lip balm
- pony tail holders
- romaine lettuce
lori bunk said…
oh... and i'm thankful for the tomato also
Patti Carollo said…
i'm thankful for...

my uggs
the opportunity to watch a great movie or read a good book with a cup of tea
my mac book..i guess the Apple Company in general (thankful for my tutoring sessions with you too nina)
PIZZA
seat warmers in the rover
my nike+ shoes
i'm thankful for happy mail too! ~you should be receiving some today!

happy thanksgiving!
jessie said…
Tip of the Day: did you know that you can post date your posts? You can hit "publish" but specify a future date&time and it would say "scheduled" and post exactly when you want! Fun Fridays can be on Friday, even when you are a crazy black friday shopper!!! : )
Patti Carollo said…
i forgot the most important thing i am thankful for...
HAIR COLOR! especially since i hit the big 5-0 !!!
Jaimie said…
hmmm...flannel pants...coffee...the internet...all things I am enjoying at the moment:)
Kathy said…
I'm thankful for:
International Choclate Mint Truffle cream
Carnation's Egg nog creamer
Chai Latte tea
Making phot books on the internet
Shopping all day with Amy
Monday's with Mom
Babysitting for Alex
Making doll clothes for Sarah
Napping on sunday in the Lazyboy
Being able to knit, crochet & sew

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