Pirate Thank You Cards
Show Gratitude with Free Printable Thank You Cards
So, you've had a pirate party for your little one or your students. The cake is long gone, the presents are unwrapped, and the toys are played with. Aren't you forgetting something? You still need to send a thank you card! Although it is forgotten all too often these days, a thank you card after receiving a gift, favor or service is a welcome gesture. People do notice whether or not folks send thank you cards, as it is a sign of good manners. If you've been neglecting sending out thank you cards after receiving your gifts, you may want to reconsider that practice. Although friends and family may not expect one from you, it is the polite thing to do. Acknowledging someone's gift is always appropriate. We'll show you how to write a memorable thank you note using our free printable cards.
Free Printable Thank You Cards – Take Your Pick
Don't worry; we don't expect you to send some stuffy thank you card written as though you're addressing the queen. We're way too fun for any of that! Instead, you can select one of our many free printable thank you cards to get you started. There are so many different designs that you're sure to find something you like. There are cards for brides and grooms, trick or treaters, baby showers, kittens and general thank you cards. From fancy to fun, there are beautiful cards to suit every situation. Consider the person you're sending the thank you card to as well. If you don't think that person appreciates dry humor, for example, avoid cards that use such. You never want to offend someone else just to be funny. Once you have your card picked out, it's time to go to the customization and print tool to really make it yours.
Pirate Thank You Cards - Even Marauders Give Thanks
Since your child had a pirate themed party, pirate thank you cards seem most appropriate, don't they? The one featured below prints two thank you cards per page, ensuring that none of your paper or cardstock is wasted. The card features a fun design of a pirate looking at a treasure chest to examine his loot. The side opposite the picture is left blank. This is the back of the card and can be personalized with text or a picture of the birthday boy or girl if you'd like. Otherwise, you're ready to print your card!
Tips for Writing Thank You Cards
When writing out your thank you cards, you should handwrite them personally. If your child is old enough, your child should write a short message on each card expressing his or her thanks for the gift that was received. A good rule of thumb for writing thank you cards is to acknowledge the gift, the giver and how it is being used. In the example below, a child was given a red firetruck by his grandmother.
Thank you for the red fire engine. It is my favorite gift! I take it with me whenever I go outside to play.
That's what you want – short, sweet, and to the point!