How a Bouquet of Notes Makes Saying Thanks Fun for Kids

Want to teach your kids to show gratitude and affection in a unique way?

Would you like to give a special someone something special?

Make an appreciation bouquet! It’s a quick and easy way to show people you care about just how much they mean to you.

In this article, I’ll show you and your kids how to fill a cup with compliments and make someone’s day bloom with joy.

Learn how you and your kids can fill a cup with compliments and make someone's day bloom with joy with a handmade appreciation bouquet.

How Can You Make Saying “Thank You” Meaningful?

Like most parents, you teach your kids the common courtesy of saying “please” and “thank you.” But sometimes you want to say “thanks” in a bigger way than words alone.

A card or thank-you note is a great way to convey your heartfelt gratitude, but sometimes you want to give something more substantial. Flowers make a great impression, but they’re expensive and so short-lasting. What’s a grateful kid to do?

A bouquet of notes lets you combine the sentiment of a card and the beauty of a bouquet, but it never wilts and it can be enjoyed for years to come. An appreciation bouquet is a moving, special gift, especially when given by a child.

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