I love cards! I love getting cards and especially love giving cards! I keep Papryus is business. They have the cutest cards and they look homemade which I love. Back on track, like I said I love getting cards but I never know what to do with them once I receive them. They either sit in a drawer or a box. Eventually I just throw them away because I need the space.
This brings me to this weeks project, a Greeting Card Booklet! I wanted to do something with my cards that I received at my baby shower. I didn’t want to just shove them in Colton’s Baby Book and I remembered seeing a pin just for this!! Here is the pin that inspired me.
The pin takes you to Honeybear Lane. I super cute website with a tons of different crafts, recipes, fashion and more! Def have to check it out!! Her booklet was for her Christmas cards and it turned out super cute! I pretty much did the same thing as her; here is what I did.
What you will need:
- Decoration stuff for cover (I used stickers, bakers twine, and burlap flowers)
- Chipboard x 2
- Hole Punch
- Binder Rings
First thing you do is find the biggest card you have to make the covers.
Cut the chipboard to the size of that card.
Then punch the holes into the covers, I did three holes.
Then decorate your covers.
Next punch holes into all the cards.
Clip together all the cards
Super cute right!! I just love being able to display all the cards and being able to keep them. I only had 1 1/2 in rings, which are a tad too small so I will have to find some 2 in rings.
I do hope you give it a try!!
Until next time!
Jessica AKA Mrs. Ripple