Most mothers care for their families in a thousand little ways that we all tend to take for granted. Ten TinyCards with envelopes to print and ideas to say Thank You for the tender loving care we receive all year round.
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Description: Mothers are very special people. Most of them care for their families in a thousand little ways that we all tend to take for granted. The second Sunday of May has officially been set aside to say "Thank You" for the tender loving care we receive all year round but of course we ARE allowed to show our love on other days too! Here are a few ways in which you -- together with other family members, perhaps -- might show your Mom how much you appreciate her. Includes a set of beautiful TinyCards with envelopes for you to print.
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