Kids receive presents all the time. Teach them from a young age how to show their appreciation by ordering custom thank you cards from Tiny Prints. This collection of thank you cards for kids includes vibrant colors, color-your-own designs, photo cards, and more. Browse the entire collection to find a color and design that speaks to your child's personality. This design is the jumping off point. The real fun starts with the step-by-step personalization process.
Imagine seeing your child's name printed on the front of these bright and playful thank you cards. The whimsical designs are easy to put your personal stamp on. Start by choosing a color scheme, trim option, and paper type from the available options. With the foundation of your cards selected, click the teal "Personalize" button to start the fun, guided process of adding photos, initials, monograms, and full names. The fun process takes a matter of minutes to complete and provides sophisticated results. The colorful designs may even inspire your children to want to write thank you cards.
The ability to write a thoughtful note of appreciation is an important skill. Get your kids in the habit of showing gratitude from a young age by teaching them how to write thank you cards every time they receive a gift. Sit at the table and give them ownership over the note by helping them choose what to say and allowing them to write it in their own penmanship.
Children too young to write can draw a picture and have you write the message on their behalf. The Tiny Prints Ideas page has an article on how to teach children to write thank you cards. This and other great resources on thank you card etiquette are just a few clicks away. This blog page has inspiration and ideas for other holidays too. Check back for baby shower, wedding, holiday, and graduation articles.
Your design process doesn't have to stop with cards. Continue the fun by checking out the rest of the items within the stationery collection that coordinate with your design. Custom envelopes, postage stamps featuring your child's photo, and colorful return address labels are some of the things you can add. Which ones will you use to create a custom stationery set for your child?