Summer holidays are almost here and I have already shared several ideas for Teacher Gifts that you can make, so now’s the time to make Thank You Teacher cards to go with them. The best thing about them is that they are quick and easy and don’t require too many craft supplies.
They literally take five minutes to make and I love the cute lined-paper look that they have. You just need:
White card: in my case I used plain cards I bought in bulk that I use for everything- but you could just fold regular card in half.
Pencils: red and pale blue
Felt-tip: red and green.
So you first need to draw a margin with your ruler down the length of the card in red pencil.
Using the blue pencil draw lines across the card at one centimetre intervals- I started 2cms down from the top of the page.
Get your child to write whatever you want on the page: Thank You, in this case, but you could add the teacher’s name too.
Finally you need an apple. Now there are a few ways of doing this. The quickest and easiest would be to draw one on in felt-tip, but you could print one, press scrunched tissue paper up and stick it on, or cut out an apple from card or foam sheets and fix them on too.
Have a go. Easy as 1-2-3!