For the second year in a row, I decided to participate in the Brooklyn Bride Holiday Handmade Card Swap. Last year, I repurposed our personal Christmas cards and created a custom cut, typographic card. This year, however, I wanted to use materials that I had on hand.
I printed my design on old magazine spreads, cut them into 5 x 7 pieces, and sewed them onto chipboard using red thread. My favorite part about these cards is that each and every one of them is completely different. Is it conceited to say that I’m completely obsessed with the result?
I’ve got a couple of extras on hand if you want one for yourself – just shoot me an email with your name and address. At the same time, I have to admit, it may be January before I can send them (we’re in the middle of moving across the country).
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