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    One step closer to an organized kitchen. And one less thing cluttering up my counters. Beautifully still spring snow and six deer frolicking. This is the only type of snow I like. Because I know by days end, it'll melt. From this angle, the kitchen looks finished. Deceptive, but we're nearing the end. New post in the blog now. #ohakitchenreno

Peace and Joy

I hope everyone had a happy holiday!  And, happy Monday, I mean Wednesday!  I could get used to four-day weekends.  It was so nice to have time to work on the house and still get a few days to relax.  I’m going to take a few minutes to write out thank you cards to our families out-of-state.  Of course I could use a plain card, but holiday colors and faux glitter are more fun, right?  For this reason, I made two sets of Christmas cards.  If you’ve got a thank you or two to write, here are the designs.  Wish Peace on Earth:

Peace-on-Earth-Card-Single

Download the .pdf print sheet for the Peace on Earth set.

Peace-on-Earth-Card-Sheet

Or sing a little song with Repeat the Sounding Joy:

Sounding-Joy-Single-Card

And Repeat the Sounding Joy set.

Sounding-Joy-Card-Sheet

All cards are flat, measuring 5 1/4 inches by 4 inches, sized to fit in standard A2 envelopes.  Or, the perfect size to mail as a postcard.  Just write on the back your message on the back, include the address, and a postage stamp and you’re done.

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  1. kristi

     /  December 26, 2012

    Cute! For 31 years I thought it was “repeat the sound in joy”… Oops!

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  2. Awesome!!!

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  3. These printables are awesome. Thanks for sharing!!
    Christine @ http://www.sweetmacedonia.com

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