Teaching Your Kids The Importance of Thank You Cards: Pear Tree Review & Giveaway!

Update: Congratulations Beth! Have fun picking out your cards!

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It seems the simple act of sending a written note of thanks is becoming overlooked more often than not. One quality that I would like to instill into my kids’ personalities is appreciation. It is important to talk to them about why they are spending time to send a note of thanks and the gratitude that is goes along with it. Help kids remember that they are thanking the gift-giver not only for the gift, but for the thoughtfulness behind it.

Make your kids’ thank you notes special. Sit down with them and choose the perfect note card. A card that is personalized with their name (and maybe even their face!) will make it more fun for them and also the recipient!

School-aged kids can write their words of appreciation. For the little guys, a drawing of the toy or asking them to create a picture of how happy they are would make the gift-givers day! You could also ask them to tell you what they would like to say, write it for them and then have them sign their own name. It might be easiest to tell them “thank you note first and play second”! Having the rule established that writing a note of thanks always comes before playing with the gift might get the job of writing a thank you card done fast!

Pear Tree Greetings offers an incredible selection of Christmas Thank You cards. Friends and family will love getting a card personalized with a picture of your kids smiling back at them on the Peek-a-boo Snowman card.

personalized snowman card

And if you have the younger kids who would like to express their gratitude in art, there is the very sweetPlayful Coloring Swirls card.

coloring swirls card

The Multicolor Tree Prints card is vivid, bright and whimsical! Add your name as a perfect finishing touch!

multicolored tree card

And if you haven’t found your Christmas Cards this year, check out this incredibly fun and original Colorful String of Lights card! How delightful would it be to find this card in your mailbox?

string of lights card

If you have some cute pictures and a lot to say about them, the very beautiful Christmas Tales card might be the card for you! It is made of 100% recycled paper.

holiday cards with pictures

I have been a fan of Pear Tree Greetings for quite a while now and it still surprises me just how beautiful the cards are in person. The printing is crisp and the colors are saturated. The paper is thick, soft and of unmistakably high quality. Unless stated otherwise, Pear Tree uses recycled paper in the making of their cards and they have a large section devoted to cards and envelopes made from 100% post-consumer recycled paper. Pear Tree is green!

Pear Tree Greetings has great number of unique and unexpected designs! Something for every taste and personality. Your child is sure to find a card that fits them perfectly! One that they will enjoy saying thank you with!

You can follow Pear Tree on their Facebook page for all the latest sales and to get news on the newest products! The Pear Tree Blog has a wonderful article on how to take a great family picture and more.

Pear Tree Greetings is giving one very lucky Sippy Cup Mom reader a $50 gift card to use on their favorite holiday products!


I received Pear Tree Greeting cards to facilitate my review. I will be compensated with a Pear Tree gift card. I was not influenced to write my post in any way. All opinions are my own and honest.

About Natalie

A committed, but not yet institutionalized SAHM of three. I enjoy crafting experiments, cooking and baking adventures, and fancy myself as handy with a power drill as I am a glue gun. I may not get the project right the first time, but I always have fun doing it!

Comments

  1. I love the Peek A Boo Snowman!

  2. I like the all about you photo card
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  3. Tough choice! I love the Christmas Tales cards, but also really love their stationery sets & thank you cards (and I do ask my kids to write/draw thank you cards every year.)

  4. Ring the Bells in Blue — Photo Christmas Card

  5. I like the trifold christmas photo card

  6. Dianna thomas says:

    http://www.peartreegreetings.com/Holiday-Cards/Christmas-Cards/index.cat=== I love the string of Christmas Tree lights of the family–its perfect

  7. Dianna thomas says:

    DiannaThomas Dianna Thomas
    I’m sending @PearTreeGrtngs holiday cards if I win the @sippycupmom giveaway going on right now! sippycupmom.com/2011/11/teachi… via @sippycupmom
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  8. Dianna thomas says:
  9. I like Picturesque Winter — Vintage Christmas Cards

  10. Carrie Phelps says:

    I would select the PEEK-A-BOO SNOWMAN — KIDS THANK YOU CARD.

  11. I like the Peaceful Doves — Religious Photo Christmas Cards. THank you

  12. I like the SIMPLY SAY HELLO — NOTE CARD SETS

  13. I love the choo choo photo thank you cards!

  14. Tina Bartunek says:

    The Peek A Boo Snowman is cute!

  15. brooke vickery says:

    i would choose the string of lights photo card!

  16. I would make holiday baby announcements for my sister. She’s due in Dec.!

  17. I would order Christmas letter inserts!

  18. I like the Christmas Present in Plaid — Multiple Photo Card

  19. The all girl photo thank you card would be perfect after my daughter’s birthday in 3 weeks!
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  20. I love the DELIGHTFUL PHOTOS — TRIFOLD HOLIDAY CARD

  21. I love how they used the gift tags on baked goods for Christmas gifts at http://blog.peartreegreetings.com/2011/11/it’s-homemade—the-best-kind-of-gift/

  22. peek a boo snowman cards

  23. I love pear tree. I would be tempted to get thanks yous for the kids. I am so bad at getting them out and this would help a ton!

  24. I’d get the ORNAMENTAL DISPLAY — TRENDY CHRISTMAS ORNAMENT CARDS.

  25. I love the penguin folded card, so cute!!! Thank you for the great giveaway

  26. Great giveaway

  27. Heather Rakowitz says:

    I would pick Very Merry Memories!

  28. Heather Rakowitz says:
  29. Neat blog! Is your theme custom made or did you download it from somewhere?

    A deesign likke yours with a few simple adjustements wopuld
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