A Mother’s Day Gift and a Mother’s Day Card right at your fingertips!
Hey there Kenarry Readers! Trish here from By Trish Sutton. If you’ve had a chance to stop by my blog site you may have noticed how much I enjoy sharing printables with my readers. I am here to share twice the love with you today!
Free Printables: Mother’s Day Gift And A Mother’s Day Card
Everything that you need for Mother’s Day is right here at your fingertips. Well, everything except a frame and a maybe an envelope.
Free Printables: Mother’s Day Gift
What You’ll Need:
1 Sheet of Printer Paper (any color)
1 – 8×10 Frame
Mother’s Day Gift Printable
To create Mom’s gift, simply print this Mother’s Day Gift Printable on a sheet of 8.5 x 11 inch paper. You may need to adjust the print settings on your computer to ensure the print is an 8×10. Cut the print to 8 inches by 10 inches, then frame. Mother’s Day Gift – CHECK.
A greeting card letting Mom know that not only do you believe that she is above Queen status, you also believe that she can do anything is the perfect accompaniment for your framed Mother’s Day Gift.
Free Printables: Mother’s Day Card
What you’ll need:
1 Sheet of White Cardstock
1 Greeting Card Envelope
Mother’s Day Card Printable
Before printing this Mother’s Day Card Printable adjust your printer settings for two-sided prints. Make the selection to print only the first page on cardstock then place the cardstock back in the printer before printing the second page. Fold your card for Mom in half then place in an envelope or attach it to her gift. Mother’s Day Card – CHECK.
A few more of my Mother’s Day greeting cards can be found here and here. And right here you can see more of the free printables that I have created for my readers. Go ahead. Go take a look! Maybe just maybe you will be printing more than a Mother’s Day Gift and a Mother’s Day Card today.
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Trish is a passionate volunteer, tea addict, and football fanatic as well as the creator and dreamer behind her self-titled lifestyle blog, By Trish Sutton. As a believer, a wife, a boy-mom and a big sister, she’s wholeheartedly devoted and loyal to those she loves. She started her blog in 2014 with the hope it would inspire others to do the same. When Trish isn’t writing, crafting and creating for her blog or taking care of her family, you’ll typically find her working as a human resources contractor or spending time with her two sons making messes in the playroom or debating penalties and plays on ESPN.