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'Takes A Big Heart To Shape Little Minds' Teacher Card

GC-073-3

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A beautiful sentimental card reading 'It takes a big heart to shape little minds', the perfect thank you teacher card.

Designed by Ellie Ellie in Sussex (UK) our cards feature an original design reading 'it takes a big heart to shape little minds'.

A wonderful thank you teacher card to show that special teacher who goes above and beyond, just how much you and your little one(s) appreciate all their help.

A card they would be proud to have on their desk as a daily reminder of the amazing job they do everyday.

These also make wonderful cards for nursery staff, child minders, key workers and teaching assistants!

Made from
300gsm uncoated card

Dimensions
114 MM X 162MM


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