Friday, November 30, 2012

"Joy to the world" Thank You card

Hello, and I am officially calling this day, Holiday season.  Yes I know we had thanksgiving, but nothing says holiday like the end of November.  Black Friday has nothing on this, because it is time to make homemade items.   Two week ago, I showed you a gift card holder, but this time, it is time to say thank you to all of the service people who you see on a regular basis:  The postal worker, the mechanic who fixes your car, the  cleaning people, even the wait staff at your favorite place to eat.  They need some loving as well.  Now I am not suggesting that you go to your favorite store and getting them a gift card (unless you want to), I am suggesting something that will put a smile on their face.  Make up a few of these to keep on hand and when the mood hits you, you can write a little note in the card wishing them the merriest of holidays, and the card only costs about .30 cents to make.


You will need for this card:

1 sheet of cardstock measuring about 3 1/4" x 6"  (make a card blank of 3 1/4" x 3 1/4") or a card blank of your choosing)
1 sheet of 3" x 3" holiday paper
1 stamp, or digi stamp with the word "Joy" somewhere on the stamp.

Index card for the inside.

Fold your cardstock in half.  Place the patterned paper on top.  Next place the stamped image on top of that.

For the inside you can do this :
   Place the index card on the inside so you can write a little note.   The card itself is simple, and fun, and you can make them for anytime of the year.  Just change up the season.   Have them on hand to write a thanks you note to anyone.   Thank you for stopping by today and Be Blessed this holiday season.

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1 comment:

  1. Pretty card Patricia, really love that background paper.


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