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Simple Thank You cards for kids to make {free printable}

Simple Thank You cards for kids to make {free printable} from the gingerbread house blog

I love making homemade Thank you cards. Every year my children receive lovely Christmas gifts and I want them to put some effort into the thank you cards they send. When they were younger we sent homemade photocards but now they can write their names (and my Year 2 son can write a lot more!) then I want them to make their own cards.

This year I designed my own card. They are super simple but there is some scope for creativity!

Simple Thank You cards for kids to make

Simple Thank You cards for kids to make

I added the words Thank You in large letters to the bottom of an A4 piece of card. The letters are perfect for colouring in! You can fold the card in half and add a hand written message inside.

Simple Thank You cards for kids to make with free printable

You can also cut out the letters, which I did with my trust Swan Morton scalpel, and decorate the inside of the card. Both my children enjoyed making them this way and added colour with coloured pencils and washi tape.

free colour in Thank You cards for kids to make

The children found this a fun activity and liked making their thank you cards. I want to send them out quite soon after Christmas and it looks like I will be able to do that this year!

homemade thank you card by kids

If you like our simple Thank You cards for kids to make and want to try them out yourself then I have added a free printable so you can print it out and make them at home. Just right click on the thumbnail and save to your desktop nd print.

Simple Thank You cards for kids to make - free printable

2 Comments

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    nicol
    January 2, 2017 at 12:02 am

    simple at it’s best! a great template and the kids could go wild with their creativity

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    Maria Victoria Dionisio Galang (Miss Chuchubells)
    January 2, 2017 at 5:21 am

    Thank you for this, saying Thank you I sometimes feel is a kinda lost art…or lost manner. I love it that you are doing it with your kids. They will definitely grow up to be a fine Lady and Gentleman. Happy New Year!!

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