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A little note of thanks always goes a long way! Whether it’s cookie season or another occasion, help yourself to our free printable Girl Scout themed thank you note cards!
Well, if my social media feeds tell me anything lately it’s this: it is almost Girl Scout Cookie Season. Soon the Girl Scouts will be rolling out their colorful cookie boxes and many of us will support these cute little entrepreneurs by purchasing a box (or five) or cookies.
I spent many years during my elementary school career as a Girl Scout and I remember having a lot of fun participating in all of the activities that they offered.
Today I am excited to offer up my latest free printable, and I hope you will share it with the Girl Scout troop leaders that you know!
Girl Scout Thank You Cards
This file is an easy-to-open PDF file that contains 5 different pages of thank you cards. There is a mix and match of uniform colors and kids on the front. You can pick whichever page(s) you’d like in whatever quantity you want/need.
Get the file: Printable Girl Scout Thank You Cards
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How to Use the Cards
I recommend printing these cards out on white cardstock to make them a little sturdier, but regular printer paper would work just fine as well.
There are 4 thank you cards per page. Once you print out your pages, cut out the individual cards.
Kids can sign their names and write their troop numbers in the spaces provided on the front of the cards.
They can also feel free to write a short thank you note on the back – up to you/them!
If you end up using these cards, I’d love to hear how it goes! If you post a picture of them on social media, feel free to tag me. I’d love to see them in action!