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Project: Thankful // Day 28 + A Sale!

Today’s 24 hour sale will be live until 12:00 PST tonight, with a new card each day, all week long.

| note that my watermark will not show up anywhere on your cards, it’s simply for on-line viewing |

Grab a digital file for just $10.

Order printed cards for $1 each.

If you need more than 30, | e-mail me |and I’ll set something up just for you.

Hurry! This deal expires at midnight.

Project: Thankful // Day 27 + A Sale!

Today’s 24 hour sale will be live until 12:00 PST tonight, with a new card each day, all week long.

| note that my watermark will not show up anywhere on your cards, it’s simply for on-line viewing |

Grab a digital file for just $10.

Order printed cards for $1 each.

If you need more than 30, | e-mail me |and I’ll set something up just for you.

Hurry! This deal expires at midnight.

Project: Thankful // Day 26 + A Sale!

Thankful for a sale today…and the rest of this week. Everyday this week, order either a digital file of Christmas cards for just $10, or $1 each for printed cards.

Now that Thanksgiving is over, Christmas is right around the corner. Which means Christmas cards will be arriving in no time. Order yours now so it’s one more thing you can cross of your to-do list.

Today’s cards will be on sale until 12:00 PST tonight and a new card tomorrow, everyday, all week long.

| note that my watermark will not show up anywhere on your cards, it’s simply for on-line viewing |

Grab a digital file for just $10.

Order printed cards for $1 each.

If you need more than 30, | e-mail me |and I’ll set something up just for you.

Hurry! This deal expires at midnight.

Project: Thankful // Day 25

Thankful for “homemade” cookies.

But seriously, thankful for food in our pantry.

Project: Thankful // Day 24 + a DIY

Project: Thankful // Day 24

Thankful for easy DIY projects that make the mantle just a little more festive…

I was originally inspired by these when I saw them at | Anthropologie | but the $28 price tag seemed a little steep, so I decided to make them myself.

I’d seen these miniature trees at Jo-Anns, but when I was at Wal-Mart earlier tonight, I saw the exact same ones. I also picked up a pack of Buffalo Snow Flakes at Wal-Mart for $2.50 (I have no idea why it’s called buffalo), and the jars I stole borrowed from my mom. I definitely overestimated the size of each tree that would fit in the jar and ended up having to use mostly little ones, but thankfully, I had one huge mason jar from my great aunt that held a 9″ tree perfectly!

Simply stick the tree to the top of your lid (I just used double-sided tape), pour a little Buffalo Snow into your jar, and gently screw your lid on.

Turn your jar upside down and viola! Instant snow globe!

They add just the right amount of winter to our mantle.

So, so thankful for mindless projects at 10 PM.

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