Learn more about kinds of Girl Scout Cookies and show gratitude with these printable Girl Scouts Thank You Cards. Thank a volunteer, cookie buyer, or use the Girl Scout Valentine’s Day Cards to say thanks a lot for those that support your troop.
Attention cookie lovers! It’s cookie season. Enjoy your favorite Girl Scout treats and spread the love with others. Learn about some of the best Girl Scout Cookies, as well as when and where to buy them.
For our girl scout troop leaders and girls, we have included acts of appreciation. These appreciation notes are perfect for cookie deliveries, thanking your volunteers and cute Valentine Girl Scout gift ideas for teachers, coaches, neighbors and friends.
When do Girl Scout cookies go on sale?
Girl Scout cookie sales typically begin in January and some troops continue sales through April. You can purchase cookies through your local Girl Scout Troop and via girls participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Program. Sometimes these cookie sales will take place at a cookie booth found at local grocery stores.
If you are looking for a local troop or cookie booth near you, use the Girl Scouts Cookie Finder. Just enter your area’s zip code.
What Type of Girl Scout Cookies are there?
This cookie season, there are 12 kinds of Girl Scout Cookies. These boxed treats include…
- Thin Mints: Crispy cookies dipped a chocolate mint coating.
- Adventurefuls: Brownie inspired cookies topped with caramel and a hint of sea salt.
- Caramel Chocolate Chip: Gluten-free cookies. Chewy classic chocolate chip cookies with a hint of sea salt.
- Samoas: Also known as Caramel deLites. Crisp cookies with caramel, coconut, and a chocolate stripe topping
- Do-si-dos: Crunchy oatmeal, peanut-butter sandwich cookies with PB filling.
- Girl Scout S’mores: Your traditional graham sandwich cookies with a chocolate, marshmallow filling.
- Lemonades: Shortbread cookies with with a lemon-flavored icing.
- Lemon-Ups: Lemon cookies with inspiring messages
- Tagalongs: Also known as peanut butter patties. Crispy cookies with peanut butter and chocolate covered coating.
- Trefoils: Short bread cookies. The trefoil design is in the shape of the Girl Scout logo.
- Toast-Yay!: Toast-shaped cookies with French toast flavor and dipped in icing.
- Toffee-tastic: Gluten-free cookies. Buttery cookies with crunchy toffee bits.
You can see cookie ingredients and little brownie bakers llc details on the Girl Scout Cookie Flavors page.
When do Girl Scout cookies get delivered?
Only registered Girl Scouts can sell Girl Scout Cookies. Individuals cookie sales are usually collected in January and delivered and February. Deliveries can vary with each Troop.
Some girl scout girls elect to have an online cookie store. For orders through Digital Cookie site, where the customer has elected shipment by common carrier, orders will generally arrive within fifteen business days or fewer.
While cookies can be found on eBay and Amazon, the GSUSA cautions against these types of online purchases.
If you don’t know a Girl Scout, visit www.girlscoutcookies.org.
Girl Scout Cookies Thanks A Lot
Did you know there is a Girl Scout Manners Badge? Cookie season is not only a great time to practice table etiquette (perhaps with a tea party) but it also is a great time to say thanks! When delivering your cookie gift tags, attach a “thank you for supporting our troop” Girl Scout Cookies Thank You Card.
These adorable Cookie Order Thank You Gift Tags are perfect for your Daisy, Brownie, Junior, Cadette or Senior. Simply download and cut and tie to your cookie delivery. Instead of delivering in a plastic bag, tie the order together with adorable twine or ribbon and attach your thank you note. They also are great for a cookie booth.
These tags are a vertical design with adorable girl scout clip art. In the center of the template are two types of thank you sayings. The first message reads “Enjoy your cookies. Thank you for supporting our troop!” The second thank you message reads, “Thank you for supporting our troop!”
These are not folded thank you cards, so there is no inside of the card or outside of the card. If you wish to add your daughter’s name to the gift tag, simply have her sign her name at the bottom or on the back of the card. The card back has plenty of room for a personalized thank you note message.
And since Girl Scouts of the USA retired in 2020 the shortbread biscuit dipped in chocolate with the adorable thank you message, AKA Thanks-a-Lot Cookies, these gift tags make an adorable replacement for your cookie boxes.
Hardworking volunteers also need a thanks. You can use these generic girl scout thank you gift tag year round. Wow volunteers with a thank you for your support message. Cut the gift tag, glue and center frame the sample messages on construction paper. Finally, have each girl sign the note!
Now that these Girl Scout Thank You Cards for Cookies have showed gratitude, how a Valentine’s Day gift idea for a few of those Girl Scout Thin Mint cookie boxes?
Girl Scouts Cookies Valentine’s Day Cards
Girl Scout Cookies Thin Mints are the most popular cookie to date. They are crispy and covered and chocolatey, minty goodness. If you find yourself with a few extra boxes and you are feeling a bit generous, download these “You were mint to be my Valentine” gift tags.
These Valentine’s Day Gift Tag digital files are so cute when tied to a box of Chocolate Mint Cookies. You do not have to be a Girl Scout for this Valentine’s Day Gift Idea for teachers, coaches, neighbors, friends, family and more.
Girl Scout Thank You Cards Printables
These are best printed on cardstock. Gift tag coloring can vary by printer. They are best printed in color. Printing at a local print shop, like Staples printing center, usually produces a great quality. By downloading you are accepting the copyright terms and permissions that this is for personal use, non-commercial use. Please contact Frugal Coupon Living with any questions. Learn more about Etsy Digital Downloads.
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Now that we have shared adorable ways to say thank you, how about encouraging ways to lift one’s spirit? You can attach these free printable girl scout cookie tags using our free random acts of kindness printables. Have the cookie mom keep a stack at your local sales booth for cookie time. Hand out with each purchase lifting one’s day. Random Acts of Kindness day is in February and falls naturally with cookie sales time. Pin to Pinterest.
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Working on the manners Girl Scout Badge and looking for fun activities? Host a Tea Party for the girls. Work on table manners, being friendly and helpful, holding a conversation, and saying thanks! You can even put these tea-rrific gift ideas together at your tea party. Just attach the note of thanks to your favorite Girl Scout cookies. Pin to Pinterest.
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