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Free Delivery Driver Thank you Signs that You Can Print!

Does your delivery driver make frequent visits to your doorstep and you want to thank him? Well, the best customers I’ve ever come across are the ones like you looking for something like this.

So thank you for that off the bat. 

I did some research, even persevering into the depths of colorful Pinterest posts, to find some signs you can print for free. And even some that you can buy. 

Here is my tutorial on how to make your own delivery driver thank you signs. By the way, you can make your own on Canva if you wish. I have my own little tutorial below.  Also, a great way to protect your paper sign from the elements is to LAMINATE IT! That’s definitely something I recommend. 

1. Go to

Canva is a great website for creating art, flyers, general invitations, or whatever creative way you can think of using it. Personally I love it and use it quite often. Even for images on this blog and youtube thumbnails. So go set up an account with them and after that you’re good to go.  

2. Go to their Flyer Templates

Canva has templates for all types of events. And you can pick and choose which one you want to start with. After that you delete/add what you want to make it perfect for you. We’re choosing the Flyer templates because the format is going to be right for your printer. Normal printer paper is 8.5″ x 11″. 

3. Have Fun!

Perfect the design. For most things I’ve made, it takes about ten minutes. Which is ridiculously fast compared to booting up Photoshop and spending the same amount of time just trying to outline something. Canva is the “get it done” editor which is why it’s so popular. 

4. Add Snacks to that Basket!

Now that you have a rockin’ sign, add some snacks to that basket. Healthy or not, your delivery driver will love it either way. I hope you enjoyed this little tutorial, and thank you for stopping by my site. 🙂

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