Free Printable Teacher Cards

Hello! It’s back to school time so I thought I would share something I shared here back in May. I am a firm believer in spoiling teachers and I know many of you are the same. So I have for you a few printable teacher cards. Free and easy!

Isn’t that apple the cutest? A big thank you to Hero Arts for letting me use the image for this download.

These printable cards are super easy – just print, cut, fold and color. There is a faint grey line that you cut along with a trimmer and then just fold it in half. I rounded the corners and punched three holes to make it look like notebook paper. (You can skip this if you want.) It also prints “made with love and appreciation” on the back. You can either color the apple directly on the card… or color the extra one, cut it out and pop it on the card for dimension. I colored mine with Copics and covered with glitter marker

I have four printable card options. One is blank so all of you with a bit of computer experience can add your own teacher’s name…

I made 16 of these and packaged them with envelopes in my favorite clear boxes to give as a teacher gift. I love giving card sets…

Don’t have a printer? That’s easy. Go online and load the file to Kinkos. They will print as many copies as you want and you just pick them up!

Here is what the download looks like when printed. See how easy?

Here are the downloads. Just open, right-click and save…





Have a great week. Oh, and big hugs to all of you teachers.



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44 thoughts on “Free Printable Teacher Cards”

  1. As a person that taught for 35 years, I can tell you that teachers really do appreciate positive feedback. We rarely get it. Thanks for making this available for other people.

  2. Thank u Jennifer! I am so doing this! U really rock! I don’t know what I’d do without ur fantastic inspiration at my fingertips! I’ve saved the day once gain!

  3. As a retired teacher, I just want to say how excellent this idea is. Keep up the good work. It will be greatly appreciated!

  4. Thank you for the really cute cards, my grandkids’ teachers will be getting a very special surprise. Thank you again.

  5. Thank you SO much for the free downloads! What a cute card for our wonderful teachers! You’re the best! πŸ™‚

  6. Which colors did you use to get the shading so perfect? I am new to the copic markers, so any tips would be great! Love these cards, they are so cute and can not wait to give them to the teachers!

  7. Jennifer, I have been following your blog for a while now and I am just blown away by your outstanding techniques and cards. They are just amazing! I just have a few questions about this interesting new printable teacher card line.
    What should we print these on? Regular copy paper or card stock?
    What font did you use on the pre made cards so that I can use it for the last blank card?


  8. Thank you Jennifer for your devotion to teachers and making it easy for us to show our appreciation. I appreciate you!

  9. Jennifer you cards are awesome! Thank you for the printable download. What color copics did you use for the apple? Thanks much and have a blessed day

  10. Hi Jennifer,

    This exactly what I needed! I was looking for an idea for my staff. I always do a handmade card or tag for them with a little treat for the first day of school. This made my idea search so simple this year. I have made a few already this morning and they turned out fabulous! As a teacher and a principal, I want you to know how much I appreciate your appreciation for teachers – ThANk YoU!

    xx Katherine

    PS. I changed the message on the front to say Welcome Back and the inside I printed a sentiment that says “Have a Fabulous year!”. This was done with an Ali Edward’s handwriting font and it looks like it was made for this card. Thank you Hero Arts for letting Jennifer use this image. πŸ™‚

  11. Hi Jennifer (from another Jennifer),
    Love the cards and can’t wait to use them for teacher gifts! My mother-in-law is a teacher and this will be great to give her as a birthday gift as well. Was wondering what color Copics you used to get the fabulous shading on the apples?
    Thanks so much for the free downloads!

  12. These are just wonderful Jennifer! I have never done any downloading onto cardstock, but would love to. Does this make a regular 4-1/4 x 5-1/2 card? Would it be possible to put 2 of the cards laid out on one sheet of cardstock and cut in half to get 2 cards? This would save wasting some cs? Thanks so much.

  13. Thank you for the cards. Your examples are adorable. Teachers work so hard all year, and it’s nice to let them know you appreciate their efforts!! This is a nice way to say, “Thanks!”.

  14. Thanks for sharing your files with us, really much appreciated. Have a great week. πŸ™‚

  15. I love these cards! Beautiful! It is a mission of mine to make sure to show appreciation for my sons teachers! Unfortunately, they do not get recognized nearly enough. Thank you Jennifer for sharing these with us, I really appreciate this. I do have a question about the From the desk of card, I don’t see that as an option to download. Also, how can I personalize these? Are the files editable? Thanks again! Your the best 😍

  16. THanks Jennifer for all you do!

    I thought at one time you had a download for being abe to give a card to some one and they could see it and pass it on but I don’t see that in your downloads at this time. I’d really like to use it, could you put it back in your downloads, Please & thank you,

    Katherine Oler πŸ™‚

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