These Face Mask Thank You Cards are the perfect addition to all the face masks you’re making for our healthcare workers and frontline heroes. Let everyone know how to care for their face masks while thanking them for helping us.
Face Mask Thank You Cards
First, I need to start by saying – THANK YOU! Thank you to everyone making masks!!
We are better together and I love how everyone is coming together right now to make masks for friends, family, and our frontline heroes. My mom has been sewing nonstop for almost two weeks now and she wanted a fun little note to include with each mask that she is donating. As soon as she said she wanted a printable to include with her masks, I immediately created this thank you card for her.
These cards have two purposes – to say thank you and to share the care instructions for the masks. After my mom finishes a set of masks, she places each mask in a ziplock bag along with a thank you card. It’s just a fun way to say thank you for taking care of us.
And, since I know a lot of you are also making masks, I’m sharing this FREE printable so you can also include a little note with every mask that you make and donate. Just click the image below and you can quickly download the cards. I’ve included a few different sizes and color options. There is also a black and white version if you want to print on colored paper. I’ve also created a few different versions depending on who you are giving the masks to.
HOW TO PRINT
- Download the free printable. I’ve included 8 on each page.
- Open the PDF and click on the printer icon.
- Then, just cut out each card, sign your name, and place in bag with each mask.
I’m also sharing a few easy Face Mask Tutorials if you’re interested in making them for yourself and others. And, if you have a favorite face mask sewing tutorial, please share it in the comments below.
- Face Mask Sewing Pattern By Craft Passion
- Face Mask Tutorial by Sweet Red Poppy
- Fitted Mask Pattern for Cricut Maker
- 3 Easy No Sew Face Masks
- Cricut Mask with Free SVG Pattern
Please email me if you would like an edit made to the care instructions. I’m happy to make changes for you.
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