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Saying Thank You Just Got Easier with Printable Thank You Cards!

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The Christmas holidays have come and gone, but it’s not too late to send out a few thank you cards. Or even print a few thank you cards to have on hand! With these free printable Thank You Cards, saying “thank you” just got a whole lot easier!

Wreath Thank You Cards from The Birch Cottage

When our son was home from college over Christmas break, he needed to send out a couple of thank you cards to some special people who worked with him and helped him to achieve a personal goal. I also wanted to mail out some thank you cards to some special families who helped brighten my family’s holidays.

Wreath Thank You Cards from The Birch Cottage

It just makes sense to have a variety of cards, especially thank you cards, on hand so that it makes it easier for you to send out those thank you cards. How many times have you thought about sending someone a special thank you, but time passed and you just kept forgetting to stop by the store and purchase a card?

Happend to me all the time! But, not anymore! I keep a variety of printed thank you cards, birthday cards, blank note cards and even Christmas cards on hand so I’m always prepared to send out a spontaneous card.

By the way, I had already shared these printable wreath thank you cards with my newsletter subscribers. So, if you want to be the first to know and receive subscriber exclusives, be sure to sign up for my newsletter! 

Wreath Thank You Cards from The Birch Cottage

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Download Thank You Cards

These Thank You Cards are part of my Subscribers Resource Library. You’ll find a ton of free printables in the Library! To gain access to download these free printable thank you cards, simply subscribe below:

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Once you sign up, you’ll receive a confirmation email from me along with a link to the Subscribers Resource Library.

Wreath Thank You Cards from The Birch Cottage

Print Thank You Cards

The Thank You cards are saved in PDF format and compatible with Avery 8315 Printable Note Cards. You can, of course, print them using nice cardstock, but I highly recommend Avery’s 8315 Printable Note Cards. They come complete with envelopes and are so easy to use!

These Thank You cards are 4.25″x5.5″ and fit a standard A2 envelope. (Obviously, the envelopes are not included.)

Once you receive the email with the link to the Subscribers Resource Library, just find the Thank You cards and click on the image of the cards to download. You can then print from your browser or save to your computer to print later.

Thank You Cards from The Birch Cottage Shop on Etsy

More Thank You Cards on Etsy

If you’d like even more thank you cards, I have a few premium thank you cards available for purchase in my Etsy shop. In addition to the thank you cards, you’ll also find:

Wreath Thank You Cards from The Birch Cottage

Although these wreath Thank You cards have a Christmas feel to them, you can use them any time! I’m sure the recipient would be happy and grateful to receive a little token of appreciation. Plus, who doesn’t like getting happy mail?!

Til next time…

Pam from The Birch Cottage

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Tuesday 16th of January 2018

Hi Pam, I think it's great that you're reminding people that good manners never go out of style!! Maybe it will help in face to face contact as well~heaven knows we need some old fashioned kindness these days!!

I use a tablet so I can't take advantage of many of your offers, but please keep up the good work!! ~Judy


Wednesday 17th of January 2018

Thanks, Judy, for your kind words. You know, I can’t help but worry about what kind of society we’re producing when everyone seems to communicate electronically. We just have to hope we make a difference where we can! Judy, if you’re using a tablet, you should still be able to use the printables as they are saved as PDF documents. You could also save them to a cloud service like Google Drive, Box or Dropbox. I’m not sure what’s preventing you from being able to use them but I’d be glad to help you figure out a solution. Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment!

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