Shown above is original fabric art by Rogene A. Robbins (c)2019 available at Espirational.com in the gallery.
When was the last time you sent out holiday cards? When was the last time you actually made those cards yourself?
I love to get cards, but when someone makes a card or adds an extra touch to a purchased card, I feel special. This year, while people are isolated and lonely is a great time to create your own cards.
This is a great project to get the kids involved. It is also a good way to show a little extra love to those we are separated from by COVID-19. This would be especially nice for home-bound seniors, those in nursing homes, or hospitalized children.
I’m mentioning this early because it takes time to make and mail cards. Look online for ideas of handmade cards and have fun!
Here are a few links to get you started. Pinterest is also a good source of ideas.
2 thoughts on “Making and Sending Holiday Cards”
That is beautiful. I do some every year. I did some this year too, making a star with little wooden pegs. They came out rather nice.
I’m sure they’re beautiful! You are so crreative!