I would maintain that thanks are the highest form of thought, and that gratitude is happiness doubled by wonder.
~ G.K. Chesterton
Project: Thank you Cards
Aim: To show gratitude and to spread warm fuzzies.
Materials: Coloured card, White Paper, Cutting knife, Glue, Cutting Board
We want to share some of our crafty endavours, such as this! A series of thank you cards that we gave to our teachers. This was inspired from a simple love or letterform and how prominent a T.Y is and should be in everyday life. Probably, the most important part of the card was; the letterform and the white paper interior. Why don't you make your own special T.Y card for that someone special in your life today.