These are certainly unusual times and the Dixie team is here to navigate it with you! With almost half our team comprised of moms with kids who will now be home for the upcoming weeks, we chatted at length yesterday about creative ways we could offer a few tools to help get through the long days. While we wish we could do more, we are excited to offer Activity Printables each of the next few days. We will be doing these activities with our own kids and we would love for you to share them on social media and tag us in your posts so we can see your adorable children enjoying them.

And in an effort to encourage note writing to help pass the time and stay connected, we’re offing 15% off all notecards so that moms and dads can join in the fun! Use code NOTELOVE15 at checkout.

Our Dixie community of customers and friends is a bright spot in this otherwise unfamiliar territory. We hope coming together in even a small way will add some “happy” to your day.

Jennifer Hunt
Dixie Founder and Fellow Mom

Our first activity is “Notes to Neighbors.” We love the idea of printing these templates and asking your child to include a drawing and a note and then deliver to each neighbor’s mailbox while on a walk. Sending a note to a nursing home resident is also a favorite idea as well as dropping one in the mail to a best school friend who will be missed over the next few weeks. As adults, we have social media and can still feel connected during an extended time at home. We hope this activity will help allow the kids to feel connected as well. And while we realize notes can be written on any paper, we adore the artwork included on these templates and we hope it will bring an extra bit of joy to your recipient. 

Click the link below each template image to print the design on 8.5 x 11 inch paper. 

Click HERE to download and print Fly In Thunderbolt by Holly Hollon

Click HERE to download and print Hot Air Balloon by Evelyn Henson

Click HERE to download and print Woodland by Inslee Fariss

Click HERE to download and print Pink Cosmos and Ladybug by Gina Langford

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