World Card Making Day

We recieve cards on special occasions, holidays and birthdays. They come in different shapes, sizes. Some sing, some dance, and some even smell! Some are displayed on our mantles and some are tucked away for memories. Nothing beats a special handmade gift from the heart.

This day is celebrated every year on the first Saturday in October, the day first began in 2006 and was created by Paper Craft magazine as a way to encourage crafters to get a head start on the holiday season.


How to celebrate World Card Making Day

Have you ever considered making your own card? Well, World Card Making Day is the perfect day to create. The best way to celebrate World Card Making Day is, of course, to learn how to make your own cards! If you have friends crafty or not, making your own cards are not only cheaper 🙂 but easy to do!! The only limit to your cards is your imagination, so let your creativity fly and send your friends and family personalized cards on this day!


To kickoff the card making season, Stampin’ Up is having a sale!! Yes…!! You heard right. For this week only, you can get 10% off select card making products. Check out the list below!! If you see something you like, just click the photo above and it’ll take you to my online store 🙂 You’ll also find a list of those select products and a downloadable PDF below.

World Card Making Day PDF
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I hope you spend some time this week creating beautiful cards! I’d love to see your creations!! And don’t forget to keep the creative juices even after the day is over!!

Happy Stampin’ !


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