Celebration cards to color by artist Elisa Armstrong.
Scriptural salutations inside and on back of cards with Psalms and Proverbs.
Happy Birthday, Thank You and Heavenly Blessings Cards.
Standard Note Card Size 4.25" x 5.5" - goes great with wrapped gifts or send through the mail.
Fun and Easy to color - cards shown here were colored by a 5 year old.
Set comes with 15 cards (5 of each variety) and colorful envelopes - Blue Raspberry, Wild Cherry and Purple Grape.
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Dove Thank You Cards
Set of 18 Thank You cards with lavender envelopes.
Perfect for Sacraments.
Blank inside. Printed on textured recycled paper.
Size A2 4.25" x 5.5"
Peaceful Dove by artist Michelle Blackhawk.
Our Price: $10.95
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Saints Thank You Cards
It's a small world after all! Blank inside thank you cards.
6 Saints created by artist Brenna Kielty saying "Thank You" in their native tongue.
Back of the card says "Praise the Lord all you nations!" Psalm117
Set of 12 Thank You cards with festive red envelopes.
St. Jose Luis, Mexico. St. Josephine Bakhita, Sudan. St. Kateri, Mohawk. St. Martin De Porres, Peru. St. Joan of Arc, France. St. Paul Miki, Japan.
Noah's Ark Thank You Cards
Set of 20 Thank You Cards with white envelopes.
Blank inside. Back of card has Quote from Genesis of God giving the rainbow as a sign of his covenant.
Printed on textured "velvet" recycled paper. Size A2 4.25" x 5.5"
Artist Elisa Armstrong.
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First Communion Thank You Box Set
Blank in side thank you cards. Toy Model comes from Fr. Leopold Says Mass Set from DomesticChurchSupply.com. Box set of 18 cards in a clear case. Each note card is size A2 (4.25"x5.5") comes with a corresponding iconic yellow colored envelope.
Consider the Lilies Thank You Cards
Calla Lily Water Color original by Amie Kieffer.
Set of 20 Thank you cards paired with Spring green envelopes.
Symbolizing humility and devotion, lilies are the 30th anniversary flower. As the flowers most often associated with funerals, lilies symbolize that the soul of the departed has received restored innocence after death.
In many paintings and other works of art throughout history, the calla lily has been depicted with the Virgin Mary or Angel of Annunciation. For this reason, it has been associated with holiness, faith and purity.
Additionally, as the cone-line flowers blossom in spring, they have become symbols of youth and rebirth.