Inside: Download these free printable Christmas thank you notes for your kids to send to friends and family this holiday season
We replace as many tangible things we can with electronic versions. And I’m just as guilty as anyone else.
Kindle books. Electronic board games. Maps on my iphone. Even digital Project Life scrapbooking.
All in an effort to simplify and streamline. But you know what I’ll never stop doing?
Sending good ol’ fashioned snail mail.
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I just love mail so much! When I was a kid my mom frequently had me and my brothers write out thank you cards any time we received a gift and it has always stuck with me.
Do you remember how excited you were when you were a kid and received something in the mail?
Well, that feeling has never left me. I still get all giddy when I see a real, hand-written note in the mail addressed in my name. It’s a bummer because I can’t think of the last time I’ve received a letter in the mail. It just doesn’t happen much anymore.
But I’m making it my mission to spread a little more excitement and cheer by keeping this tradition alive.
Every time I or my kids receive a gift I ALWAYS write out a thank you card to send in the mail. And since Christmas just passed we have plenty of thank you notes to write.
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Printable Christmas Thank You Notes
In order to save a bit of time and money, I decided to create a free printable Christmas thank you postcard.
There are two versions to print: one is in the classic Christmas colors of red and green and one is in an aqua and pink color scheme.
All you have to do is print out the postcard, cut them out, affix a stamp and let your kiddo write that sweet thank you note to Grandma and Grandpa!
There are also two ways you can print these Christmas thank you postcards out.
If you want to print them double-sided, then CLICK HERE to use this version. Print the first side, then re-insert into your printer to print the opposite side. I like to use card stock like this one here.
If you want to print them on one side of the page and then fold them in half, then CLICK HERE to use this version. Both the front and back side are on one 8.5″x11″ sheet of paper. Simply use the trim marks to cut them, then fold in the middle line. Secure the two sides together with some glue and you’re all set.
Just a little side note that the box on the back of the postcard is the portion that the USPS likes to have free of any text or drawing to affix the barcode.
These postcards measure 4″x 6″.
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