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How to DIY an adorable album to save special greeting cards! Wow, do I have a long – but fantastic DIY post for you today!

How to DIY an adorable album to save special greeting cards!

Today is November 11th… and it’s my 5th wedding anniversary – as well as my parents 33rd wedding anniversary. We are celebrating on the beautiful island of Catalina, where we got married, and I’m typing this as I’m looking out at the beautiful scenery! This album is perfect for any type of special cards that you receive and want to keep – especially great for wedding cards, shower cards… or christmas cards!

The beauty of this album is that you can completely open it to read every single card! Two pieces of cardboard and a little glitter, hold tight your treasured memories. Paper TrimmerCrop-a-dile Hole PunchMaking Memories Tag Maker and Tags Ruler Scissors E600 Glue Pen/pencilScrap Cardboard (like from a cereal box or new sheet set) Wide Ribbon Cute “Bride & Groom” Rubber Stamp Stamp PadScrapbooking Brads Glue Dots Large Album Ring The size of your album will depend on the largest card in your group.

Next up, the initials. Old Christmas Cards Make New Gift Tags and Canning Jar Toppers. * Valentine's Day Craft: Re-Cycled Card Basket. Those Valentine's Day cards that will be arriving shortly.

* Valentine's Day Craft: Re-Cycled Card Basket

Last year, we recycled some of our favorite Valentine's Day Cards into a card basket/bowl of our own! To start, I printed out a template I found here. DIY Gift Card Holder and Note Card Tutorial: Reusing a Greeting Card That You Already Have. This is an awesome little project if you have ten spare minutes and a gift card that you're looking to give to someone!

DIY Gift Card Holder and Note Card Tutorial: Reusing a Greeting Card That You Already Have

Here's all you need: - A greeting card (standard 8 inches x 5.5 inches is perfect) - A glue stick - A paper cutter or pair of scissors Open card, and cut straight down at 1 inch to the right of the center line. You want to get rid of the plain side, but don't throw it away! Paper Christmas Tree. OMGosh, isn't this the cutest?

Paper Christmas Tree

And so easy! I found this craft Here and had to make it right away. Recipe I Used:5 inch square cardboard - later I cut the edges off1 kebab stickscrap card stock/heavy paperhot gluezip dry glue I used the Accent Essentials Cart. On page 62 the scallop accent <Accent31s> Sizes as followed from the bottom up, spacing between each with a dab of zip glue. 6 1/2 in. (3) 5 1/2 in. (3) 4 3/4 in. (4)

18 Surprising Ways To Reuse Greeting Cards. Do you have a stash of Christmas cards that you can’t bear to toss into the recycle bin?

18 Surprising Ways To Reuse Greeting Cards

Check out these ways to reuse greeting cards! I have a sort of mixed relationship with Christmas cards. It warms my heart up to have all of those sweet notes from friend and family flood my mailbox each December, but the paper waste kind of bums me out. I tend to stash my favorite cards away, and after another December of beautiful cards from friends, I decided that it was time to find some ways to reuse greeting cards, so I could turn those single-use items into forever keepsakes or at least give them a new life! How to Make an Orbeez Stress Ball - DIY Projects. Once in a while, life can be pretty stressful.

How to Make an Orbeez Stress Ball - DIY Projects

We've tried all the classic coping techniques — going for walks, coloring, listening to soothing songs — but sometimes, nothing beats a good old-fashioned stress ball. So when we spotted this colorful DIY version by Karina Garcia, we couldn't wait to try it out. Orbeez ($14.99 for 1,000, bowl ($11 for set of 3, ($5 for set of 3, plastic bottleClear balloon ($7 for 72, 1. Pour a generous amount of Orbeez into a large bowl. 2. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Pin it for later! Greeting Card Crafts - How to Use Old Cards. How to Put Old Greeting Cards to Use: 15 Steps. Edit Article Community Q&A The occasion has come and gone and the sentiments have been expressed.

How to Put Old Greeting Cards to Use: 15 Steps

Now you have a stack of cards, many of which can't easily be recycled because they include foil, plastic, or other non-paper materials. Instead of disposing of them or even recycling them, why not reuse or remake them? Steps <img alt="Image titled Put Old Greeting Cards to Use Step 1" src=" width="728" height="546" class="whcdn" onload="WH.performance.clearMarks('image1_rendered'); WH.performance.mark('image1_rendered');">1Scan the cards into the computer or make notes of who sent what, if you want a record of the greeting cards. A fabriquer : un plateau en fleurs pressées. DIY Greeting Card File.