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Lil Tip: Make Your Own Thank You Notes and Stationery

It seems moms always have someone to thank — from birthday present thank yous to parents who've hosted their lil ones. Instead of spending $2 to $5 every time they need to send gratitude via snail mail, buy pretty paper at the craft store (it's usually less than $0.30 a sheet for hard card stock) and use a stamp to personalize the handmade card. If the children are around and in need of an activity, let them draw pictures along the borders for a more kidoodled look. The result is a distinctively personal, budget-friendly greeting that's more elegant than taking the Hallmark route.

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