Kids’ thank you notes

Kids' thank you notes

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Thank You Stitches

When your kids get showered with gifts or taken somewhere special by a friend or family member, a thank you note is usually what follows. Something tells us they may need a bit of help crafting their own, so we’ve provided plenty of cute kids’ thank you notes to get you (and them) started.

No matter who’s doing the wordsmithing, these easy kid thank you notes are sure to melt hearts -- and they take only moments to create. Choose from designs that feature nursery-appropriate pastel hues (also perfect for your own baby shower thank yous) or ones with illustrations of tea party accessories, baby toys, or whimsical submarine adventures. Also among our thank you note templates for kids, you’ll find many different options with photos that add an extra personal touch. One idea: use these thank you notes for a kid birthday party so you can share a happy photo from the party, an adorable picture of your child and the gift-giver, or a picture of your child enjoying the gift itself.

Once you choose your child’s thank you note template (with their help, of course), you have plenty of opportunities for customization. Choose from different filters and cropping options for your pictures, as well as different fonts and colors for your text. You can also pick out a handsome envelope liner for your digital thank you card envelopes—a playful way to surprise your recipients. Choose a different template or different details for each recipient if there are many, or use one template and change up the photo or personal message to keep things simple. The personal note is the cherry on top of this thank you note, and your little one may love being involved. With something as thoughtful and easy as these thank you notes for kids, we’re willing to bet that the recipients are pretty impressed. Could it mean more gifts for your child in the future? We think that’s probably a yes.