Thankful Cards // part 2 :: free printable

Back a few weeks ago, I shared with you some thankful cards.  I hope you have enjoyed these reminders of gratitude.

As promised, albeit a bit later than I planned, here is another set of cards for you to enjoy this week of Thanksgiving.  I printed these on a nice Kraft card stock, cut them out & once again entrusted my Creative Memories corner rounder to finish them off.

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IMG_2393Wouldn’t they look wonderful around the table on Thanksgiving day?  Maybe one at each seat?   Or in the kitchen while you’re cooking the feast?

I just love having Scripture out & visible throughout the day.  It definitely is an encouragement & a reminder to be thankful to God.  Enjoy!

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21 thoughts on “Thankful Cards // part 2 :: free printable

  1. Thank you Kim. These cards are great. I’m going to write one of them on my chalk board in my kitchen. :). Jenni

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  2. What is the adorable thing you have hung the verses on? If not too hard or expensive would love to use this as a craft for our women’s retreat this year – “Too Blessed to be Stressed” (counting our blessings).

  3. Thank you so much for these. I plan to use them in my prayer journal in the thanksgiving cstegory. God Bless you abundantly.

  4. Hi Kim,

    I tried to print these out for a journal I am making for our pastor. When I first clicked on them, they looked just like yours. When I clicked on “print” the preview showed all the letters squished together an unreadable. I tried shrinking to fit and anything else I could do, but they just won’t turn out right. (Yes, they were in “landscape” mode.) Any idea why this is happening? I’m trying to finish this journal ASAP as our pastor has cancer and this is a prayer journal for him. Please help if you;re able! Thanks so much.

  5. Thank you for these cards. I will use them at the plates just like you suggested. I am sorry I missed the first set. Is there anywhere I can find them?

  6. I have been looking for a school craft for my dtr’s 5th grade class for Thanksgiving that wasn’t too “immature” for them. This is perfect. I’m going to print them in card stick, have the kids lightly decorate them, hole punch a corner, and attach with a binder ring and some cute Thanksgiving ribbon. Thanks so much !!!

  7. Thank you for these cards. I am using them in my Sunday School class for us to focus on each day in Thanksgiving on God’s Word of gratitude. Any chance you are releasing a 3rd set of cards (17-24)?

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