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Day 7: Printing and Laminating

Today's grateful feelings are brought to you by HP and Scotch. The brand, not the drink.

I rarely have ink in my printer, and when I do I want to print ALL the things. Today, those things were a couple of printables from Kendra at CatholicAllYear.com. I chose the spiritual and corporal works of mercy, and put them in cheap frames by my kitchen sink. I thought they were fitting for the Year of Mercy!


Then I printed wallet(ish) sized copies of her Anima Christi and Memorare prayers and laminated them. I'm not much of a New Year's Resolution type of person, but I do want to memorize these two beautiful prayers this year, so I made the cards to stick in my purse, van, and any other random place I can think of. I'm pretty excited, since I rarely follow through on ideas like this.


One thing that helped was the Scotch brand laminator I got as an Amazon deal of the day last year for $17. I love it more than it is appropriate to love office equipment. 

So my three-part thankfulness today is that I have ink, laminating sleeves, and a husband home to buy me some "free" time!

Here are the links to the blog for Catholic All Year, and her Etsy shop, and Instagram. Because she's probably my favorite blogger and she's so talented!

CatholicAllYear.com
Kendra's Etsy Shop - Printable Prayers
Kendra's Instagram
Printable Prayers Instagram

For what are you grateful today?

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