My kids love to paint. They have an easel set up at home and are constantly making big blotchy paintings. I love hanging up their artwork, but sometimes there just isn’t enough space for all their creations. So, I decided to recycle some of their colorful artwork and make them into thank you cards.
I found some bright and colorful paintings my 3 year old had recently completed. Then, I cut out a heart shape out of an old cereal box to use as a stencil and had her help me trace around the heart stencil. I cut and folded some old construction paper into cards and we glued the hearts on together. I wrote “thanks” on the bottom, but if your child can write their letters it would be cute to have them write it out. This was quick and easy and a nice way to make a more personalized thank you card without spending any extra money.