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Delivery Driver Thank You Printable

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'Tis the season for lots of packages on your doorstep. Let's thank the folks who are doing all that delivering with some snacks (and a cute sign, of course!). This free delivery driver thank you printable is simple to print and use immediately for the Christmas season. Download your preferred size below.

Delivery Driver Thank You Printable
This holiday season more than ever, I do a lot of my Christmas shopping (if not just household shopping) online. It helps me check off that list lickity-split. But, I also think I wear my USPS person out a bit. Thankfully, these days the love is spread across the Amazon delivery driver, FedEx, UPS, and the traditional United States Postal Service, as well. I thought it would be fun to thank these guys and gals who seem busier than ever not only this year, but this time of this year. They're certainly hoppin', aren't they? Download this delivery driver thank you printable below to pair with some snacks and necessities for all of your delivery people, too. Trust me, it will be very appreciated (I know this first hand).


Free Delivery Driver Thank You Printable

My new sign has only been on our front porch for a couple days and it seems to be a hit already! My office is actually directly to the left of that numerical house sign you see below in the photo. I've had my windows open all week and even heard our mail lady yell out a "thank you" after taking a couple of packages of cookies. It was so sweet! I know their season has to be quite challenging and exhausting, so I hope this makes things just a tiny bit easier. Download your own Delivery Driver Thank You Printable to create a thank you box on your porch or near your mailbox, too.

Snack Station Set Up

Snacks, Drinks, Ideas for Thanking Delivery Drivers
  • I made these North Pole crates you see pictured above a few years ago (on the other side, they have plain numbers for year-round use). They were actually Ikea creates that I painted and gave a bit of 'merry' to. A crate works great for this set up. You can even use my DIY Crate tutorial to make your own if you're feeling handy.
  • I used a cardboard box inside of the crate (inverted) to take up space for this new purpose. I wanted the snacks to be as close to the top as possible (without spilling over).
  • I covered the inverted box with red fabric (as you can see peeking through the slats above). 
  • Then I filled the top with the snacks and drinks. 
  • I set the entire box on a tray table outside the front door. 
  • We do bring the crate in at night just in case of animals finding it (we have squirrel and raccoon issues year round here!). 
  • You can easily use a basket or even cardboard box (wrap it with festive Christmas wrap to dress it up) for your snack station.

Printable Options

  • This free printable sign is for personal use. However if you'd like to use it for your business, or even carry the printed version in your shop (no digital redistribution is ever allowed), you may purchase a commercial license here.
  • These thank you signs for delivery drivers come in the following formats:
    • JPEG
    • PDF
  • And both of the formats come in the following sizes:
    • 8x10"
    • 5x7" (the PDF version in this size has two prints per page for less paper waste...use one at home and one at your workplace!)
  • The PDF versions are perfect for using your home printer with great results.
  • The JPEGs print just like a photo or image...you can even upload them to your favorite photo-printing shop.
  • The smaller size (the 5x7") works best on smaller baskets and boxes. I tried it on mine, but felt like it got lost and I worried nobody could see it. 

Using Your Thank You Delivery Drivers Sign:

Printables for Delivery Drivers
  • Be sure to print your sign onto white, letter-sized cardstock (when using the PDF versions). White cardstock is much sturdier. Purchase a pack here on Amazon.
  • Be sure to trim the margins after you print your sign (as pictured above). Really, this is optional, but I think it gives it a tidier look since printers can skew margins a bit.
  • One display option is to simply tape it to the front of your thank you basket (I worried about the wind that whips through our front step, so wanted something a bit sturdier).
  • Or, glue your sign to a paint stick (what I used) or even a wooden dowel to have your sign on a stick. 
  • Another option that my neighbor did with this sign was laminate, hole punch, and zip tie it through her basket...worked perfectly!

Sign Glued to Paint Stick
A little tacky glue was perfect for gluing my sign to a paint stick (as pictured above). Now, stick this in your basket and you're ready for your next package delivery. 

Snack Ideas 

Snacks to Thank Delivery Drivers
Prepackaged snacks are probably pretty obvious, but I really loved the cute size of the above cookie packs that I grabbed here on Amazon for our drivers' snacks. I've noticed they often take several packs...and usually a variety. I think that's the beauty of these! You may even want to shop Sam's Club or Costco for snacks (they tend to disappear quickly...and that's a good thing, in my opinion!).

UPDATE (2021)- the following are the snacks that disappeared the quickest for me in 2020 (I like to give folks what they seem to really want in these instances, so I kind of kept an eye on what was hot and what was not):
  • Nutter Butters and regular Oreos were the most taken!
  • bags of pretzels
  • bags of chips (the regular potato ones...nothing cheesy or messy)
  • mini hand sanitizers (I put these out after I scored a bunch on sale...they were popular!)
  • candy bars (Snickers was #1)
  • protein bars
  • Gatorade Zero over water or regular Gatorade
  • jerky sticks/Slim Jims

Download Your Delivery Driver Thank You Printable:

Printable for USPS Drivers

Snacks for Delivery Drivers

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22 comments:

  1. I love this idea, thank you for sharing

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    1. You're so welcome, Lara! Thank you for stopping by. xoxo

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  2. This was so sweet and thoughtful of you. Thanks for sharing the idea so we can all share in the spreading a little love this time of year. Especially needed thus year.

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    1. Thank you so much for your kind words. So happy you like this! xoxo

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  3. What a great idea, and what a sweet thing to do..... Love the sign too! Marilyn

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    1. Thank you so much, Marilyn! I really appreciate it. xoxo

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  4. Such a nice idea! Thank you!

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  5. This printable is wonderful! Such an easy way to say Thank You to all the hard working delivery people we all use more than ever now! And a big 'thank you' to you for sharing this idea!

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    1. I'm so happy you like it! Thank you so much for leaving such a kind comment. xoxo

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  6. I love this, but could you do one w/o the snacks option? I do not have anything to add to it, right now, but it would be nice just to have a "Thank You ' posted. Thanks for all the free printables.

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    1. Thank you, Bonnie. I'll definitely try to add that in sometime this season. I'm a bit swamped right now, but certainly adding it to my list. Thanks so much for stopping by! xoxo

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  7. I really LOVE this! I used to leave snacks for my mail carriers every time they picked up but I like this idea so much more! I put my sign in a frame, added to a large basket that I have and ordered a TON of snacks! I'm really excited to put this out for the drivers! THANK YOU for the wonderful idea!

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    1. Awww...fun! I'm so happy to hear that. You're very welcome! xoxo

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  8. This is a really nice idea. I'll give it a shot this week.

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    1. Hi Jessica! I hope this idea worked out for you! Blessings to you all! xoxo

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  9. Thank you! I wish it also said, door dash, uber eats, or better yet "anyone who brings us goodies" something like that. With Covid we have so much food delivered be services and restaurants, etc. They are life savers!

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    1. Hi there! That is a great idea! I will absolutely keep that in mind! Thank you bunches for stopping by! xoxo

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  10. Thank you, Kristi for all the wonderful free printables! What a generous gesture.

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  11. Someone in the Houston area used your idea. How do I know? It was on the local news..."local" being the very large Houston area. Now many more people will have your idea. How wonderful!!! Looks like you started a kindness ball rolling.
    Merry Christmas!

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    1. Oh how wonderful! Thank you for sharing that with me, Phylis! I'm so happy to hear that others were spreading some Christmas cheer to our hard working delivery workers! xoxo

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