Cards & Tags

Pencil Thank You Cards (for teachers)

Hello everyone, I hope you’re having a lovely day!

Update – I’m still currently in/mid exam season, so stay with me on the blogging front for another fortnight! Also, today is Monday not Sunday! You’ll see why I’ve changed my upload day in a couple of weeks.

Nevertheless, today I’m sharing with you these adorable pencil thank you cards I made for my teachers. 

You will need:

  • Brown card (and envelope)
  • Yellow paper
  • Pink paper
  • Green paper
  • Black marker
  • White pen (optional)
  • Tag
  • String or ribbon
  • Scissors
  • Glue
  • Pencil

  1. Start by drawing out your pencil shape and then cut it out. 
  2. Next you need to measure the pencil template and cut out the shape onto yellow paper. (You can trim the edges once you’ve stuck it on) 
  3. Then cut a jagged line across the bottom before the tip and stick it on the card. 
  4. After that, cut out a strip of pink paper and stick it to the top of the pencil for the eraser. 
  5. If you haven’t done so already, at this point you can round of the edges of the eraser using a pair of scissors, it’s easier to add the eraser before rounding the edges. 
  6. Next add a thin strip of green paper where the yellow and pink meet. 
  7. Using a black marker, colour the tip where the lead is. 
  8. Add some detail using a white pen… 
  9. …And of course remember to draw on a cute smiling face! 
  10. Now write “thank you” on the tag and stick it on. 

Ta da! Super cute and easy thank you cards for teachers! 

Thank you for reading this blog post!

Jade Anna x


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