School Bus Driver Card

Print and Cut School Bus Driver Card

There are so many important people in our lives when it comes to our kids. I had made a crossing card thank you card a while back and noticed a lot of people were searching for thank you cards for their bus drivers too. So, I finally made a Bus Driver card to share.

My Etsy shop is officially one year old. It is something I decided to do on the side with some encouragement from my friends and family. I’m so glad I started it for so many reasons. It’s fun and as a bonus it provides an extra income for my family. I’ve had a lot of positive feedback and I promised myself I would create more designs this coming new year. You may really like it, especially if you are into that pesky elf!

Printing the Bus Driver Card

I have two new school bus driver cards in my Etsy shop; one is a thank you card and the other is a Christmas card. You can get them here:

All you have to do is:

  1. Purchase the instant download. It will automatically hit your email inbox.
  2. Print it.
  3. Fold it in half at the top of the school bus.
  4. Like Joey Gladstone says, “cut it out”.

Lastly, write a special message thanking your child’s driver for keeping them safe all year long.

I recommend printing on heavier weight paper like card stock or brochure paper, but regular printer paper works well too if you don’t have it.

If you’d like, you can always use double sided tape and attach a gift card inside a well.

Other Ways to Say Thank You

I have some other items in my shop to help say thank you to the school staff:

You will also find things like:

  • Funny Printable Gift Card Holders
  • Clever Cash Money Envelopes
  • One of a Kind Leprechaun and Elf Printables
  • School Valentines
  • Pretend Play Printables for Kids

I also love creating new ideas you may need that I didn’t think of; so feel free to leave a comment if there is a special item you’d like to see. I’ll do my best and I love a challenge!

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Back To School Ideas

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