Freebie Friday: Free Printable Greeting Card

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I made this pretty thank you greeting card from someone’s kindness to me and my husband!  To tell the truth my hubby needs a physical miracle…he has multiple serious diagnoses and lots of friends and family are so kind to let us know they are praying for him.

Our friend Laura contacted a group of her friends and one of them did more than say a heartfelt prayer, she sent us a beautiful Easter basket floral arrangement chock full of fresh as spring flowers with an encouraging card!

I decided the bouquet was so pretty it would make the perfect focal for a thank you greeting card.

 

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Step One:  take a photo of the flower arrangement with a piece of posterboard as the background.

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Step Two:  Use PNG transparent background ribbon to frame the edges of the photo.  (Or use the frame option in you photo software to make a pretty edge.)

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Step Three: Use PNG transparent background daisies or other flowers to decorate the ribbon.

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Step Four:  Add the sentiment: “Thank You for your Kindness”.  I really had fun experimenting with the font!  I liked the informal handwritten font which seemed to make the card more handmade.

Nowadays Birthday cards and Thank You cards are the only reason I do snail mail.  It’s nice to have a little stack of them.

CLICK AND PRINT:

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Author: Patty Thurlby

I am a full time artist with a whimsical point of view!

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