Thank You Cards & Envelopes:
Five different cards for you to thank the special people around you: teachers, volunteers, instructional assistants--and room helpers on your list!
JUST PRINT AND FOLD! Print on quality paper. These do not need to be on card stock.
One card is a full page thank you.
Four cards are printed on one side and then folded into fourths. Black and white versions also look nice on white or colored paper.
THE ENVELOPE: A simple envelope pattern is provided for the quarter fold cards. Use the pattern directly, or trace onto fancy paper. The pattern is easy to cut out, fold, tape and personalize. Great-looking when printed on colored paper, too! Try printing the envelope on polka dot or striped paper! :)
1.Thank you for your helping hands: a class poster card to sign names or initials in the big and little stars, add glitter glue for fun.
2. Gracias, Merci, Thank You: black and white, fold in fourths
3. Gracias, Merci, Thank You: color version, fold in fourths
4. I’ve Been Tracking You Down: black and white, fold in fourths
5. Here’s Something Yummy For You: color, fold in fourths
6. Envelope and instructions: simple envelope to cut out, glue or tape and decorate
I needed some cards for people, and wanted to create something special, so this is what I came up with! Hope you enjoy them.
*Special credits go to the following for helping me make these cute cards possible: Krista Wallden, Ink N Little Things, Khrys Bosland, Peggy Pechacek, Graphics From the Pond -- all from Teachers Pay Teachers, in addition to free fonts from KevinandAmanda.com.
If you really liked this freebie, I think you will like my other set of Thank You Cards which are blank inside, giving you the option of putting in your own note. There are different designs and more envelope options--a little more refined. If you were to purchase the following set AND download this freebie, you'd have two sets for the price of one! Not a bad deal!
As always, thank you very much for your interest in this product and my store. I love hearing from you (constructive comments are especially welcome!) ...so do leave feedback if you can.