What do you have to be grateful for? Or perhaps a better question is who do you have to be grateful to? If you’re due to give thanks, make it more heartfelt by using a handmade “thank you” calligraphy card! And if you’re craft (or calligraphy) challenged, no worries; these 3 free “thank you” calligraphy easy templates can help.
Who in your life should you be saying “thank you” too? Family? Friends? Co-workers? I bet you can think of a pretty lengthy list.
And, just as it is with gifts, when it comes to saying “thank you,” it’s the thought that counts! In other words, a heartfelt “thank you” will go a lot further than a high-priced one. So for your next thoughtful “thank you,” go the homemade (or semi-homemade) route with a “thank you” calligraphy card!
If you’ve never made anything Pinterest-worthy in your life, no worries! First off, remember it’s the thought that counts. Second off, there are plenty of easy to use “thank you” calligraphy fonts. In fact, I’m about to share 3 of them with you. 🙂
All 3 of these “thank you” calligraphy font templates are free, cute, and easy to use—what’s not to love? Oh, and saying “thank you” may actually be good for you! Studies have found numerous benefits to keeping a gratitude journal, and saying “thank you” and really meaning it is quite similar. Benefits may include:
- Reduced stress levels.
- Improved focus.
- Increased self-awareness.
You can use these templates to create custom “thank you” calligraphy cards that are sure to make the recipient feel appreciated! So, what are we waiting for? Let’s get started with how to write “thank you” in calligraphy.
How to Write “Thank You” in Calligraphy
To learn how to create “thank you” in calligraphy writing, you’ll use the same method you would use to learn how to write calligraphy or even to re-create bubble letters. That method is tracing. Yep, tracing.
To learn how to write “thank you” in calligraphy:
- Select a “thank you” font template and print it out.
- Place a thin-ish piece of paper over top of the template. (You want to be able to see the “thank you” calligraphy text through the top paper.)
- Carefully trace the “thank you” in calligraphy writing.
- Repeat steps 2 and 3 until you’re satisfied with your tracing or feel confident in writing “thank you” in calligraphy writing free-hand.
How to Make a “Thank You” Calligraphy Card
So how can you turn these “thank you” calligraphy images into calligraphy “thank you” cards? There are two options.
Option one: Use one of these “thank you” calligraphy free printables as-is. Yep, simply print one out on nice paper, fold to create the traditional card shape, and then write a heartfelt message inside. The heartfelt message part is critical! Otherwise, this might as well be a store-bought card. 😉
Option two: Create your own card after learning how to trace or free-hand write the “thank you” calligraphy text. For this, pick any kind of paper or stationary you want, and don’t be afraid to get creative! Then trace one of these “thank you” calligraphy free templates or write “thank you” in calligraphy writing free-hand. Fold the paper so that it resembles a card, and write your message on the inside.
Okay! Now that you know how to write “thank you” in calligraphy and how to make a calligraphy “thank you” card, let’s get to your options for “thank you” calligraphy easy fonts….
“Thank You” Calligraphy From the Heart
If you have a loved one you want to thank—whether that’s your mom, BFF, or significant other—this fancy “thank you” calligraphy featuring a heart may be a great option. The heart just adds a little extra touch to this template that the recipient is sure to appreciate! If you’re tracing this “thank you” calligraphy font, make that heart pops by doing it in a different color than the rest of the “thank you” (as shown in the printable).
Bonus: Does the front of your calligraphy “thank you” card look a little sparse? Dress it up to fit the recipient by adding his or her name or a brief message. Here are some words in bubble letters that might help!
“Thank You” Calligraphy Easy but Thoughtful
Remember, simple doesn’t mean unsweet! In fact, sometimes the simple things in life are the best, so don’t shy away from this simple not-too-fancy “thank you” calligraphy template. It has a chic almost rustic feel that is sure to make it stand out!
Bonus: Want to learn more calligraphy to finish off your card? Or maybe you’ve decided to take it up as a useful yet relaxing hobby? Regardless of the reason why, here are some calligraphy alphabets you can start learning right now!
- Standard Calligraphy Alphabet Letters
- Modern Calligraphy Alphabet Letters
- Gothic Calligraphy Alphabet Letters
“Thank You” Calligraphy From Start to Finish
From start to finish, this “thank you” calligraphy image expresses gratitude. The swooping line at the beginning is repeated at the end giving this “thank you” calligraphy free printable a sense of balance. If you’re feeling creative, you could try to create a sort of ombre effect by drawing the swoop at the beginning in one shade, switching to a slightly lighter or darker shade as you start the “Thank,” moving to an even lighter or darker shade in the “you,” and then finishing the last swoop with the lightest or darkest shade. Play around with it! 🙂
Bonus: Other than playing with color, a way to make your “thank you” calligraphy card really stand out is by adding other words in different styles. So, the “thank you” calligraphy font plus other words like “for everything” or “Mom and Dad” in other styles such as cursive or bubble letters. Here are some non-calligraphy alphabets to inspire you!
- Simple uppercase printable bubble letters alphabet and lowercase bubble letters to print are great when you’re just starting out or want to keep things simple but sweet!
- With 18 free printable bubble letters templates, including a puzzle piece and an outer space template, you’re sure to find something for anyone!
- This cursive bubble letters alphabet is a fun hybrid between cursive letters and bubble letters.
- This standard uppercase cursive alphabet letters and lowercase cursive alphabet can work for just about any occasion.
How can you use these “thank you” calligraphy fonts to creatively express gratitude to the people in your life? Share your inspiration in the comments! And thank you for reading! 😉