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Free Printable Christmas Card Keeper

****Archived and transplanted from my old blog****

There are 2 types of people reading this post.
There are those who while listening to Christmas carols saw this and thought "Now this is just what I need in late September!".
And then there are those who saw this and yelled at their screen "We haven't even gotten through Halloween yet and here you come with this mess"
Well it doesn't matter what you said because I am here to fill a need you had no idea you had and gift you the early Christmas gift of a free Christmas card tracker.
And the brilliant thing is that it is predated until Christmas 2024, so I won't have to interrupt your early Fall bliss with this next year. 
But I probably will still interrupt it, just with a different type of printable.


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