8 EASY Thank You Cards to Make on National Thank You Note Day 2023

by Irick Arbuso

Happy National Thank You Note Day 2023! Show your appreciation with a heartfelt thank you card today! On December 26th, we celebrate the art of expressing gratitude and spreading joy through the simple act of saying “thank you.” And what better way to do that than with a beautifully crafted thank you card? Here are 8 easy thank you card ideas you can whip up in minutes!

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Create Easy Thank You Cards for National Thank You Note Day 2023

Creating your own thank you cards can be a fun and meaningful way to show your appreciation, and it doesn't have to be complicated. In fact, there are plenty of easy and creative ideas for thank you cards that you can whip up in no time. Whether you're a seasoned crafter or a beginner, there's a thank you card design out there for everyone.

8 Easy Thank Your Cards featuring Altenew Stamps, Dies, Inks, Stencils, and More!

  1. One of the easiest ways to create a stunning thank you card is by using stamps, dies, and inks. Altenew offers a wide range of thank you stamps and dies that are perfect for creating beautiful and unique cards. From elegant script fonts to whimsical designs, there's something for every style and preference. simple thank you card for national thank you note day 2023
    In this thank you card, Therese used a thank you die from Timeless Sentiments Die Set – a Jennifer McGuire fave!
  2. If you're looking for a quick and easy option, consider using our Thank You Builder Stamp Set. This set features a variety of thank you sentiments in beautiful and unique fonts, making it easy to create eye-catching cards with just paper and ink. Pair it with some ink blended or stenciled background and you're good to go. You can say thank you in 300 unique and stylish ways with this set! Check out Svitlana's handmade thank you cards using this set. 3 thank you card ideas using Altenew Thank You Builder Stamp Set Looking for the best thank you stamps and dies that you can use for your thank you cards? Here you go!
  3. For those who prefer something bold and striking, the Timeless Sentiments Die Set offer thank you sentiments that are perfect for making a statement. Pair these sentiments with some metallic paper, embossing powders, or glitter cardstock (just like Emily did in her card) for a touch of elegance and sparkle!shiny and sparkly thank you card made with Altenew cover dies and glitter cardstock
  4. If you're feeling extra crafty, consider incorporating some die-cut elements into your thank you cards. Altenew offers a range of intricate and beautiful dies that can take your cards to the next level. Whether it's delicate florals, nature-themed designs, or intricate geometric patterns, adding a die-cut element can instantly elevate your thank you cards and make them stand out. Aga's CAS thank you cards features our Midnight Moths Bundle!

    Who do we need to thank for the “invention” of thank you notes? Prominent American printer, lithographer, and publisher Louis Prang introduced thank you notes to the United States after he immigrated from Germany. (Source)

    clean and simple thank you cards with Altenew Midnight Moths Stamp and Die Set

  5. Of course, no thank you card is complete without some beautiful embellishments. Consider adding some sequins, pearls, or enamel dots to add a touch of sparkle and dimension to your cards. You can also experiment with different textures and materials, such as ribbon, twine, vellum, or washi tape to add an extra layer of interest to your designs. Virginia's simple thank you cards showcased the beauty and versatility of the Outlined Thank You Die and a strip of gold glitter washi tape!simple and easy thank you cards for national thank you note day 2023
  6. Looking for a more clean, simple, and elegant design? This thank you card idea by Michelle is a must-try! She used the Craft-A-Flower: Calla Lily Layering Die Set and debossed a Terrific Tags Die to make her focal point pop.clean and simple floral thank you card for national thank you note day 2023
  7. Are you in a hurry and got no time to get out your stamps and inks? Use scrapbook patterned paper as your background, adhere some scrapbooking ephemeras, die-cuts, and stickers, and you're good to go. Check out this thank you card idea by Laurie using some goodies from our Scrapbook Collection.Altenew WildflowerEphermera1
  8. Make quick and easy thank you cards using just dies and some watercolor or alcohol inks! Creating a watercolor wash or an alcohol ink background can help you mass produce your cards. These techniques don't necessarily require you to focus too much or be meticulous (compared to stamping). You can just let the colors flow! Once you're done with the backgrounds, grab some die-cuts from your stash, and voila! Here's a card idea from Therese.Altenew Fine Bouquet Die Signature Words Die Take 2 With Therese card video 2 copy

Did You Know? The origin of the first thank you notes goes back to the 1400s when Europeans exchanged greeting cards with friends and family. (Source)

Remember, the most important thing is to let your personality shine through in your thank you cards. Whether you prefer clean and simple designs or bold and colorful creations, there are endless possibilities for creating unique and meaningful thank you cards that will surely bring a smile to the recipient's face.

On National Thank You Note Day, take some time to create a few special thank you cards to show your appreciation. Whether it's for friends, family, neighbors, or colleagues, a handmade thank you card is a thoughtful gesture that will never go out of style. And with the help of some “thank you” themed products from Altenew, creating beautiful and memorable cards has never been easier.

Do you send thank you cards or notes during the holidays? Let us know in the comment section below! Happy crafting!

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1 comment

Tara C Prince December 26, 2023 - 3:47 PM

lovely cards

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