Today, we have another teacher gift for the end of the year. Some might think that giving a gift of thank you notes is kind of silly- What? You want your own work back?! Well, let me tell you, thank you notes come in very handy as a teacher. It's nice having a card nearby, just in case a student surprises you. You can take one right out and write the note, instead of putting it off till later and (possibly) forgetting! So for today, we made a gift set of "Thank You" notes. Add a pen and some envelopes and your child's teacher is all set.
We used multiple layers to make the apple and worm stand out on the front and the pencil on the inside. These cards are 4 inch squares, the perfect size for a quick note. (Which is also nice so the teacher doesn't have to think of how to fill up all that space!)
We entered this card set into the Fantabulous Cricut Don't Bug Me challenge.
Thanks for stopping by! Join us again tomorrow for another Kid-Friendly Friday! Have a great day!
Today's Party Trivia:
- The VCR was introduced by Sony in 1975. Who has any of those left?!
- Graceland was opened to the public in 1982.
- Today is National Chocolate Ice Cream Day- I hope it's sunny and warm enough for everyone to celebrate!