DIY Greeting Cards

materials{supplies: a ruler, pencil, eraser, glitter, glue, and cardstock paper}

nail polish{nail polish is an easy way  to add some special touches of design}

foldpenhappybdaycardpink dots

I’m not sure why it took me this long to think about making my own greeting cards. But it makes perfect sense and it saves about $4 for every card I’d normally buy. For birthdays or thank you cards you can design them ahead of time and keep them stored. Plus the supplies are normally found around the house with a little unexpected surprises – like nail polishes, lipsticks, sprinkle, sand – nothing is off limits. Now there are no excuses for never sending a thank you note (which I’m a big proponent of).


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