Mini Makers: Glitter Thank You Cards

glitter thank you cards

We’re still at the stage with Harper where we have to remind her to say “please” and “thank you” from time to time. So after receiving a lovely bunch of Christmas gifts, we wanted to make sure we got our thank you cards out without delay. Because Harper loves glitter, and because she had enjoyed making some glittery Christmas tree decorations, we decided to have one more go using the sparkly stuff for this really simple craft project.

You Will Need:

  • Blank card and envelope
  • Sticky-backed plastic
  • Glitter and sequins
  • Double-sided tape
  • Sellotape

glitter thank you card - little button diaries

  1. Cut two pieces of sticky-backed plastic slightly smaller than the front of your card. Peel the backing off and face the plastic sticky side up. Cover with glitter and sequins. Peel the backing off the other piece of plastic and stick on top. Seal each of the sides with sellotape.

glitter thank you card - little button diaries

2. On the front of the card write your phrase. We went for ‘merci’ as Harper is learning a bit of French, and quite frankly it’s fewer letters to cut out than ‘thank you’! Use scissors or a craft knife to cut the phrase out.

glitter thank you card - little button diaries glitter thank you card - little button diaries

3. On one side of the glitter pouch, stick double-sided tape along each side. Peel it off and stick it into the inside of the card on the back of the front panel. glitter thank you card - little button diaries

4. Rub out any pencil marks on the front of the card and add a little bit of double-sided tape to the underside of the letters to stick them down.

glitter thank you card - little button diaries glitter thank you card - little button diaries

That’s it! Now if only I could be organised enough to buy stamps and actually post the cards before Easter!

~ Laura xx ~

6 thoughts on “Mini Makers: Glitter Thank You Cards

  1. What a great idea – fun with glitter and sequins (perfect for small children), but safely sandwiched in plastic so it doesn’t go anywhere! I think I’ll be using that one in future…

  2. Lovely cards. Seems, that reminding about saying Thank you is forever actual. Even to my 8 years old I still remind as he can get distracted from present very easily and forgot to thank.

Comments are closed.