A Year of Gratitude
A Year of Gratitude
A Year of Gratitude
A Year of Gratitude
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A Year of Gratitude

Express your appreciation for weekly favors big and small with this elegant box set.

$30.00

Something for everyone

5

they are all gifts and have not been given yet

Las Vegas

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Not the ordinary

5

Creating a habit of gratitude is extraordinarily valuable. It is great for the giver and receiver. These cards are so special for taking time each week to say "thank you" to someone who is important.

Austin, Texas

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We would definitely buy these note cards again.

5

Thoughtful notes for clients, family,friends,acknowledging acts if kindness.

Midlothian Texas

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Gift for her

5

I sent this item as a gift for my MIL for Mother's Day and it was a hit. She loves sendin hand written thank you cards and notes so I knew this would be the perfect gift for her.

Dallas, Texas

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Great buy for Christmas/New Years!

5

My friend's birthday is in December so it being so close to New Year's, she's very much about setting goals and resolutions. She says she wants to try not to complain so much and this was a great way to turn the negative goal into a positive one. Turn a complaint into a positive and grateful thought! She loved it. Great presentation too.

Houston, TX

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Great Gift

5

I'm sure my friend will use this. She's the first to send thank you cards and always is grateful no matter the adversity.

Texas

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Perfect gift for a 1st Wedding anniversary

5

They are useful for showing gratitude to a friend or loved one. Or use them for yourself when you deserve a pat on the back!

McKinney, Tx

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Ideal gift for cancer survivor!

5

A cancer survivors tool to express gratitude!

Ellendale, MN

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Recommend

5

I gave my daughter a gift a day the week prior to her 40th birthday. These nice quality cards are a reminder of the importance of gratitude every day of the year.

SD

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Makes great gifts, too

5

It comes in a sturdy and pretty box. I leave it out on the end table to teach me to use it. It is teaching me to have a life of gratitude. It makes me conscious of the big and little things to appreciate. Apart from the thank you cards, you have the opportunity to journal what happens each day. After I purchased mine, I purchased others for gifts.

Knoxville, TN

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A Year of Gratitude

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