thank you cards. family style.

Christmas is over. Presents have been opened. Time for {none other than} thank you cards.

First, I am kicking myself that it has taken me this long to get out my thank you cards. Normally I am so on top of it. Oh well. Though, I am still an old soul who relishes in the etiquette of a thank you card. I know, I know. Not everyone agrees with me, but I think it is a lost art.

Call me a mean mommy, but this is one of those things that I really want to pass on to my kids. To be thankful, but more importantly, to let someone know that they are thankful for the time or gifts that have been given to them. Each year, we work hard to get thank you cards written and each year I think, “Isn’t there a better way?” With five people in our family we are either writing five separate cards or trying to squeeze it all onto one small card and saying the same thing over and over again.

Problem solved two years in a row. Last year, I shared our {5 x 7} thank you card version. You can find it here or below if that is more your style. This year? Oh my. It’s just plain cute.

Meet our {2014 thank you christmas cards}.

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Write some thank you cards of your own. My {thank you} present to you for following along on this blog.  And, all you need is a printer, some paper and scissors. A simple, yet easy way to keep that art of handwritten notes alive. 

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{you will need}
scissors or a paper cutter
thick / cardstock paper
hole punch
twine or ribbon
family thank you tags template

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{your task}

step 1. print the template. click here to download.

step 2. cut out the individual cards. seriously, invest in a paper cutter if you don’t have one. lifesaver.

step 3. get in some family time. start saying your thank you{s} and use the provided templates to print exactly how many you need.

step 4. mail. check it off your list.

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Adorable. Unique. A ridiculously cute way to say thank you without writing an email, texting a note or sending a lil’ tweet tweet. And now, you have the whole week to work on them. Enjoy.

try. enjoy. share.

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 Want to see last year’s thank you cards?
Take a lookey loo at what you may have missed before…

{three versions of family thank you cards}

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3 Responses to thank you cards. family style.

  1. Jen Faley January 13, 2015 at 11:36 am #

    Super cute Jess!!! I love them!

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