Printable Snowflake Thank You
Get the kids in the habit of saying Thank You for the gifts they received during the holidays or birthdays. Making this Printable Snowflake Thank You starts a tradition that is fun and something to be looked forward to. The snowflakes can be their own original design and unique to each child.
The Chinese and Egyptians were the first to start writing friendship and good luck notes that closely resembled thank you notes and exchange them with one another on papyrus paper. A German immigrant, Pouis Prang, brought greeting cards and thank you notes to America in 1856. Source: MTM Recognition.com – The History of Thank You Notes
- Blue Card Stock or Heavy Weight Paper
- 6″ Square White Paper
- Glue Stick
- Print out the poem on blue card stock or heavy paper (you can choose a different color if you prefer).
- Fold the white paper in the traditional manner to make a snowflake as shown below.
- Glue to your printable face and poem, sign your name and present to those special people who gave you gifts.
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