Handmade Photo greeting cards

December 4, 2016


Handmade Photo Greeting Cards


Create Gift Tags – In the world of crafts, this is an oldie but a goodie. Surely everyone knows that by cutting out sections of your cards you can make cute gift tags. In much the same way as you made your bunting (above), grab a hole punch and punch out some holes, before threading through some rustic string and tying to a gift. You can also save old birthday cards for friends’ and family members’ upcoming birthdays, adding twine and string to them to create rustic gift tags.

Make a Valentine’s Wreath – We love this idea we spotted via Pinterest – and it couldn’t be simpler. With a little bit of patience and plenty of red and pink coloured greetings cards, you can make a lovely decorative item for your home ahead of Valentine’s Day. February 14 will no doubt be here before you know it as well, so get creative as early as possible and see what you can come up with.

Create a Festive Centrepiece – Yep, we’re talking about Christmas again! But December 25 will be here in a blink, so get your creative thinking cap on now to beat the rush later. Get hold of some Mason jars or other glass decorative jars and add a festive card inside one, cutting to size and pressing it up against the glass. You can then add the lids and tie a pretty ribbon around the top; these make gorgeous centrepieces for your dining table; add small baubles too, or artificial snow if you fancy something a little bit different.

Make Postcards – Want to send your friends and family a friendly note out of the blue? Hang onto your old birthday cards and magically transform them into quirky postcards, adding a handwritten note and popping in the post.

Source: familyfocusblog.com

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