Celebrate mom’s special day with this set of three free printable Mother’s Day Cards in PDF. Mother’s Day Cards measure 4-1/4″x5-1/2″ and fit A2 envelopes.
Mother’s Day 2020 will be celebrated on Monday, May 10. It is officially celebrated on the second Sunday of May each year.
May 8, 1914
Every few years, Mother’s Day actually falls on my dad’s birthday, which is May 8th. I remember as a little girl that my dad didn’t especially like sharing his special day with all the moms of the world.
In fact, the first official Mother’s Day was celebrated on May 8, 1914 – a mere 11 years before my father was born. I can’t help but think about my dad and, of course, my mom, on Mother’s Day.
Both of my parents are deceased, but I always think of my mom fondly on Mother’s Day. And every few years I have the privilege of thinking of both of them on the same day.
Set of 3 Printable Mother’s Day Cards in PDF
There are three different sentiments on this set of printable Mother’s Day Cards in PDF. They read:
- Happy Mother’s Day
- Home is wherever Mom is.
And the cards are blank on the inside so you have plenty of room to write your own sentiments.
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Before you can print out these Mother’s Day cards, you will need a few supplies, like:
And don’t forget the postage stamps, if you’re mailing your printable Mother’s Day cards in PDF format to mom this year.
Having your supplies together really does make the process go so much smoother.
As you can probably tell by the list of supplies, these printable cards are compatible with Avery Printable Note Cards. I love using cardstock and labels from Avery. I use them all the time. Plus, I always print extra so I always have cards on hand.
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With the printable PDF document open, select which page or pages you want to print and send to your printer. If you aren’t using the Avery Printable Note Cards, I recommend using nice cardstock paper for your printable Mother’s Day cards in PDF. Remember, choosing the highest quality settings in your printer settings will give you the best quality print.
These printable Mother’s Day cards will fit a standard A2 envelope. If you purchase the Avery Printable Note Cards, you won’t need to purchase additional envelopes as they come with the printable cards! Thanks, Avery!
Again, don’t forget the postage stamps!
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I know with the COVID-19 pandemic that Mother’s Day might look a little different this year, but I hope these cards will help brighten your mom’s day!
Til next time…