Making Homemade Cards: A Way to Bless Others

One evening, we girls made cards together. Mary is the most creative of us all; Anna is second, and myself last ;). We had paper, rubber stamps, ink pads, little clips, flowers, and so much more everywhere.

It was a sweet sister time, complete with treats of frozen custard and smoothies. Yum!

Maybe this will spark some creativity in you fellow Titus2 ladies! The possibilities are endless. Who doesn’t like to receive a handmade card with love?!

Sarah

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This is what she started with.

 

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In progress.

 

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“Hmmm. What looks good with it?”

 

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The result!

 

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All our cards lined up.

“She seeketh wool, and flax,
and worketh willingly with her hands.”
Proverbs 31:13

 

24 thoughts on “Making Homemade Cards: A Way to Bless Others”

  1. My daughter and I love card making. We have boxes full of “pretties” to decorate with. I just can’t stay away from Hobby Lobby. I find something new each time I go. The cards look great ladies!

  2. I might have to borrow some of your ideas:) I’m one that struggles with creativity when it comes to making cards. Thus, I love to see what others come up with and then copy their cards:) Thanks for sharing!

  3. I used to do it when I was younger, but mine never looked as nice as the older girls. But my sister and I have started getting into it alot, especially since Christmas.

    I enjoy doing it very much. We’re into scrapbooking now too.

    The cards are cute.

    Rebecca K.

  4. I so love receiving handwritten notes, and handmade cards all the better! It’s almost a lost artform (handwritten correspondence) what with all the emailing and texting everyone does now. Your cards are lovely.

  5. The Lord laid on my heart to do a card ministry in our church–birthdays, anniversaries, sympathy, prayer encouragement, etc. I’d like to involve my four girls in this endeavor; however, I have no idea where to buy supplies, which supplies are best to start with, and so on. Do you all have any helpful hints to get us jump-started? By the way, your creations are lovely and look like a great home business in the making. 🙂
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    Sure! Hobby Lobby, JoAnn’s, and Michael’s are great places to look for supplies. Watch for sales and coupons!

  6. Looks like such a fun evening!! And adding frozen custard to the mix makes it perfect. 😉 Lovely cards!!

  7. Very inspiring!
    I’ve grown up making all my own cards (often using pictures from “bought” cards that I’ve been given)… but my cards could do with some more creativity! 🙂

  8. I enjoy making cards also–I find that a batch of ready-to-use homemade cards is a great gift idea, particularly for an older person who might like to send pretty handmade cards, but might not have the dexterity or strength to make them.

  9. Very very creative!! Keep up the great work. I try to create cards once in awhile when I have time.

    Thanks for sharing.

  10. What a wonderful idea!

    What do you all use for the envelopes?

    Thanks so much!

    Blessings to you and your family!

  11. Pretty! I used to make cards like that all the time… now this post makes me want to get into it again 🙂

  12. Beautiful! Wish we could have joined you!

    I wish we had a Hobby Lobby in New Jersey!

    God bless you ladies!

    Lisa and Hannah and Family

  13. Me and my sisters love making cards. Hobby Lobby has some fantastic things to do it with as well as Stampin’ Up. Cool cards!

  14. You girls did a beautiful job on the cards! 🙂 My Rebecca makes cards too, and it’s always a delight to see her creativity.
    Love, Mrs. Patti

  15. That sounds like sooo much fun! I think that will be a very fun project for this week with my daughters and my little adopted boy. He will love the “craft” aspect of it and my daughters and I (and him) will love the time spent together! I’m sure there will be lots of fun and silliness! Thanks for the nice idea!
    Blessings and Love in Christ!
    Beth B. in Indiana!!

  16. I, too, love card making! When I make cards I always write in a scrapbook paper insert so that the card itself stays blank. I send a blank envelope that fits the card exactly and I put it all in a little but larger size envelope. That way the person I send the card to has a blank card and envelope to spread the love on to someone else.
    >>>>>>>>>>>
    Praying for baby Faith. Blessings.

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