Thank you cards are a simply beautiful way to give thanks and bring a smile to loved one’s face. Our fairy garden thank you card and stickers are an extra enchanting take on a classic gesture. Featuring artwork by our in-house illustrator Laurel Autumn Cabrera, these printable cards are something straight out of a whimsical fairy tale. Make your own magic happen today!
Designs and Printing Instructions
Download our FREE PDF thank you card file and print onto a paper of your choosing. We used a crisp white cardstock which nicely compliments the vibrancy of the magical illustrations and prints beautifully on our Canon PIXMA TS8020 printer. To get the straightest lines possible when we trim our cards, we use a paper cutter. If you don’t have one, a craft knife and ruler works great, or you can find a paper cutter to use free of charge at your local print shop or office supply store.
Envelopes and Liners
If you intend to mail your fairy garden thank you cards, you will also want to download and print our matching envelopes. We used a white text weight paper to print our envelopes on. Next, print our coordinating envelope liners and glue them to the insides of the envelopes. To put the finishing touches on your thank you ensemble, download and print our fairy garden stickers. We used 8.5″ x 11″ label paper for these. The address on the envelope is editable with the font Acherus Grotesque, so you can customize each address.
Are you enchanted by these adorable thank you notes? Fall in love with our entire fairy garden party invitation suite here. In the coming weeks, we’ll also be sharing DIY fairy garden gift wrap and tags – stay tuned!
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Are you having trouble? Feel free to contact us and we will be happy to help you out.
the “please deliver to” font is not printing correctly – is there a fix for this? many thanks!
Hi Laura! Make sure your font has been successfully installed, it sounds like that could be your problem.
thanks – what is the font for “please deliver to”? i don’t think it’s Acherus Grotesque or Waffle Slab – those are the only ones i see listed.
Ohh, I’m sorry Laura– that font is no longer free so I just added a new PDF that you can use that won’t require that font. So sorry for the trouble!
this set of stationary and deco is so beautiful. Did I ever tell you, that I like all these watercolour paintings very much? If not, now I do 🙂
Thank you so much, it is one of our favorites too:-)