printable // rainbow raindrop card
I love and collect stationery items, rarely use them, and then can never seem to find them when I need them. Printables are a great solution for that, right? Let's hope that I remember that I can print these rainbow cards the next time I need one.
If you're like me, this handy little PDF may be just what you need. You can fold them and write inside, or cut it to use as a flat (because there's plenty of room to write on the front!). They'll fit in A4 "invitation" envelopes.
Plus, who doesn't need more rainbow order in their life?
Speaking of rainbows, these brightly colored Ink Joy pens are awesome. I bought them as an Amazon add-on once, and now I'm hooked on them! They come in several styles, so go get some pens. You won't regret it. (I'm not compensated for this...not even an affiliate link...I just love them!)
This is what the inside of the cards look like. Blank. Coming up, my family will be assembling the 120 Caregiver Kits that the Wild Olive community helped purchase. Each one gets a handwritten note.
That got me thinking. Would you like to send a message of encouragement or blessing in one of these Caregiver Kits? Blank cards wouldn't be so blank any more.
I'm happy to transfer the message from a comment here or an email (send to molliejohanson at gmail dot com) onto a card (I haven't decided if I'll be using the rainbows or not), and then send it along. If you weren't able to participate in the fundraising, this is also a great way to still be involved. I know that each one of these notes is going to mean a lot to the recipients.
If you would like to actually send a handwritten note for me to drop into one of the kits, again, just send me an email and we'll work that out. Hopefully kits will be going together the first week of May!
Questions? I'll do my best to answer in the comments!