DIY Handmade Cards

BY Wita | 05/11/2015 | Creative Life
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The most meaningful gifts are those made specially for you. I’ve always felt the same way when it comes to cards. Even though I design greeting cards digitally, there are times when I feel like making handmade cards for my special people on their special occasions.

Making handmade cards can also be incredibly fun, especially when you’re doing them with friends or in front of the TV. Let your creativity flow, and before you know it, you’ll have a stack of beautiful, personalised cards in your hands.

All of the handmade cards shown here were made using coloured & patterned paper, embellishments, stickers, sparkly washi tapes, gift tags and mini envelopes found in the craft aisle of The Reject Shop. Not only are they cute and pretty, they are super affordable too. Don’t forget to have a craft glue from The Craft Stall handy. It ensures the embellishments and paper stick and dry within seconds.



Mini sized cards are perfect to accompany a gift, and you can find these gold stripe mini envelopes from The Reject Shop. For something a little different, you can also make card sleeves from different layers of coloured paper, cut slanted horizontally, stick one of the mini envelopes in the front sleeve and include a gift tag with your message.



Whatever your crafting style is, The Reject Shop has got an amazing range of products for you, and you will find that the product and design range is updated regularly. As we all know, buying and collecting crafty items could get really addictive, but lucky for us, these items can be purchased at savvy prices that won’t break the bank.


This post is sponsored by The Reject Shop. All images, opinions and words are mine. All of the products shown here are available in store *while stocks last.