The perfect way to thank a teacher! A printable “Thanks A Latte” gift card holder is the cutest way to give a gift card……and teachers love gifts cards.
Thank you card with a gift card attached for a local coffee shop for teachers from skip to my lou.
Teachers love coffee, so a gift card at their favorite local coffee shop is a great idea!
I think it’s safe to say that most teachers are fans of some type of coffee house and I think it’s safe to say that most of us appreciate all that those teachers do…
a latte!!
(a lot – get it?)

Thanks a latte card supplies

With just a few supplies you can make your own gift card holder.

  • Thanks a latte print found here (I had them printed out at Costco)
  • a coffee sleeve
  • white or kraft cardstock
  • twine
  • stapler and double-sided tape (or other adhesive)
  • gift card for Starbucks (or another coffee house)
  • printer (if you don’t send it to be printed)
  • scissors
thanks a latte printable

How to make thanks a latte for all you do card

  1. attach the print to a 5.5″ x 7.5″ piece of cardstock
  2. trim the coffee sleeve to 4″ wide (cutting with the corrugated lines)
  3. place a piece of double-sided tape to the very bottom of the sleeve and attach to print
  4. staple sides of the sleeve and insert card
  5. tie some fun twine around your gift
**for extra fun, place the card inside of a paper pastry bag and hand out to all of those well-deserving teachers.
 
 
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Comments

  1. Loved it! So creative and really easy to make! Thanks for sharing your idea! Highly recommended!

  2. Natalie, I just tried. It printed a 5 x 7 card on an 8 1/2 X 11 page. Make sure you print as is no scaling. I hope this helps.

  3. This states it’s a 5×7 size – which is what I want, but it’s downloading and printing as a 8.5 x 11 – too big. Any suggestions on how to re-size?

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