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Thankful calling cards {Thanksgiving printable} by our guest today. Use these free printable cards to thank everyone who does something for you. She has beautiful thanking ideas, you would love to read.

I am so honored and excited to be guest posting here at Craftionary. Thanks so much for having me, Hani!

To get started, I guess I should introduce myself! My name is Keri.

I am wife of 12 years to The Saint, mom to the Bugs (my two boys), lover of vocabulary, lists, good coffee and exclamation points! You can find me over at Shaken Together! It’s my favorite place to share recipes, easy DIY projects, tips & tricks, some of my favorite things and a little bit about our family.

Pretty much our life, shaken together!! I also host the {what’s shakin’ link party} every Friday!

I don’t know about you, but there is just something about this year that warms my heart! Whether you spend time helping others, donating to charities or volunteering. Spending quality time with family, a few extra days off or enjoying good food. I think we can agree that there really is a lot to be thankful for!

And while our family will do random acts of Christmas kindness a little later this year, I wanted to start out a bit earlier this year.

And decided to create.

Printable Thankful Calling Cards!!

thankful calling cards

Make Handmade Thankful Cards

These little cards are the size of business cards and they are easy to keep in your wallet or purse for that moment when you want to surprise some one with a little extra note! I love the chevron accents and the autumnal colors, don’t you?

Grab the free printable here and print on card stock. I used white, cream and kraft colored card stocks. You can also use Avery 5371 business card paper (If you are printing on regular paper, you might want to adjust your printer with a bit less ink). You can then trim the cards apart, ink the edges for a distressed effect and add embellishments like ribbons, stickers or even washi tape!

Update: The free printables are not available anymore. You can however make these printables on canva.

thankful calling cards
Then, look for ways to brighten someone else’s day!

Use thankful cards to:

Leave one in your mail box for your mail carrier.

Stash one on the shelf at the grocery store for the stocker to find.

Tuck one under your plate at dinner to tell your server you really appreciated the job she did.

Include a thankful calling card in the envelope while paying a bill (if it’s allowed), especially if it is a local vendor.

You could even use these same cards to share what you are thankful for this year at Thanksgiving dinner.

Have every guest or family member complete one and read aloud while the turkey is cooking.

thanksgiving calling cards

 Well, there you have it!!  I hope you liked my

thankful calling cards

Hani – thank you SO much for allowing me to share a little something with your readers!! 

I love how you can use these thankful calling cards to make a normal day extraordinary for someone with a few beautiful words.

Thank you so much for the lovely guest post, Keri.

Check out her blog for more fun ideas like:

thankful calling cards
* Spring tree ornaments * Crockpot Breakfast * Cinnamon roll waffles
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I’m a mom of 2 decorating and soulfully designing our home. I love to share crafts and simple ideas for home and garden.

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  1. Thanks SO much for having me, Hani!! Loved being a guest poster today 🙂

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