Last week we wrote about the importance of keeping in touch with your studio families over the summer months. We also wrote about how, with a little creative planning, this consistent contact doesn’t have to steal too much precious time from your own holidays.
The printable we’re sharing today is a great example of how a small gesture can make a huge difference in the summer success of your studio.
With our Piano Recital Postcards, thrilling your students and impressing your piano parents requires only a short stroll to the mailbox!
Congratulate Your Students With A Piano Recital Postcard
In the coming days and weeks, many of you are wrapping up another year of piano lessons with a spring recital. Over the course of an hour or two you will showcase your studio’s hard work and then say, “Goodbye!” to your students.
But goodbyes always feel so final. And when you’re eager for piano students to return, the last thing you want are feelings of finality.
So, to bridge the gap between one year of teaching and the next, we’re sharing Piano Recital Postcards that can be sent to your students a week to ten days after your piano recital.
With these postcards you’ll be able to congratulate your students while also letting them know that you can’t wait to see them in just a few short months (or weeks, depending on your break).
And, if you’re still trying to get those re-registration forms back, these postcards provide one more opportunity to get in touch.
Download the postcards by clicking on the images below and then hit up a printing service (I use VistaPrint.com – 50 postcards are about $15) to print them back-to-back on glossy card stock (4×6). Then, simply fill in your students’ names, write a short congratulatory message, pop them in the mail… and then hit the beach!
Not sure how to upload to VistaPrint? We created a screen capture that you can watch here. Follow these easy upload directions after downloading and saving the postcards below.