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!

the new 30

I turned 30 last week, it was monumental, I don't think I will ever forget the week that lead up to that birthday or the week that was 30.  I have a few things up my sleeve for this coming year, however I want share a small journey I am still a little skeptical of diving scrapbooking.

I guess, I don't know how I feel about it...

  • I think it will keep my mind sharp trying to figure out how to maneuver through Photoshop
  • I can create SIMPLE pages, so when I get those free books/calendars from snapfish/shutterfly I have something I actually want to make.
  • I can keep a semi-record of something going on in a specific week/day
  • Or I can just cherish a simple picture
  • It gives me a creative outlet
With all this said is talking all week about digital scrapbooking, like I said I don't even know if I have the PATIENCE for this, but I am going to give it a go.  

My #1 on the list of accomplishments for my 30th year!

Here is my 1st attempt, what do you think?


Anonymous said…
Photoshop is the best! Have fun playing around. There are tons of tutorials if you'd like to do something specifically. Google will be your friend.

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