For our Lunch Ladies Appreciation Week I had these wooden plaques that looked like a seed packet. I had watermelon ones so I played off of the “melon” and the idea of “seeds”. I actually wrote the message on the back of each plaque and then put it in a cello bag with some paper scrunchies and tied with a pretty bow. A thank you does not have to be elaborate – remember it’s the Thank You that counts. I got these on clearance at my local craft store – keep your eyes open for things you could use for thank you’s and buy them when they are on sale. Did you think of someone to thank – I sure hope so! And I hope your thank you is on its way to your intended receiver.! Doesn’t it feel great to express thanks!