I went to the store to buy a birthday card once and couldn’t believe how much they were charging for a boring card with a generic stock photo of a birthday cake on the front and some canned “sentiments” printed inside. Five bucks for a card? That’s more than I spent on the gift! Well, not really more, but close. I’ve been making my own cards, invitations, and thank you notes since then, and you should too.
Loose Weave Card: Try weaving with paper strips for an interesting, textured card.
Matchbook Notepad: If you’re always jotting things down on the go, repurpose an old matchbook into a personalized notepad to keep in your purse.
Cupcake Invitation: Capitalize on the cupcake trend by sending out sweet treat themed invitations to your next shindig.
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