Cards for Less {Day Twenty-Five}

25
Jan
2013



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  • Jen B

    For kids’ birthday parties, I don’t even buy cards! I use Word, a big fun font in a great color or two, write my own personalized message, add fun clip art or a pic from the web, and — Voila! — a colorful, personalized card for the cost of a sheet of paper and some ink. Plus, my kids can write their own messages on it, there’s plenty of space.

  • http://www.theconfidentmom.com Susan

    Yes, homemade cards are awesome!!!

  • http://www.lauricoons.stampinup.net Lauri Coons

    Well for me homemade is the way to go. I am a Stampin’ Up! demonstrator and making cards is my passion. I love hearing people tell me that they save every card because it is a work of art to them. When I hear that, I know that my card meant more to them than a $4.00 card because I made it. One thing that is helpful to me is making several cards without any greetings on them. That way I can pull it out and add a quick greeting to meet my need when I need it.

  • Tiffany

    I like the greeting cards boxes you can get at Costco, have you ever seen those? They come in a cute vox, already organized. Not sure of the price breakdown but it is definitely cheaper than at the regular store.

  • http://www.theconfidentmom.com Susan

    Love that idea too!!!