A little girl sits on top of a huge gift to say "thank you" with this card design. All that's missing are your daughter's words to make this personal and complete.
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Signature Matte: 120 lb., 17.5 point thickness
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"The design is great but these cards need to be made larger since they are designed to be kid's fill in the blank thank you cards. The lines are so small and it would be hard for a young child to fill these out without writing onto other lines. These should be geared towards preteens and older children if they stay in the child's card selections. Cute design but not a good idea for kids younger than 5 or 6th grade due to the small card size."
"I love the quality of the paper on this card. I also love that it gets my daughter involved in writing the thank you cards. I actually got mine printed without a name so that it could be even more personalized and so that my daughter can practice writing her name even more. I highly recommend this cute card!"
"Very cute cards, but due to size and print, it will be challenging for a child learning to write to keep the letters small enough to fit in between the lines. Better for kids that can write well and shrink their letters."