Do you mail cards?
Would you like to make them easily and elegantly?
In a world full of social media, email, and texting, I miss getting mail in my mailbox that means something to me. Sure, it’s nice to see the Facebook birthday messages, but I won’t be able to pull them out and read them again. Getting a text message is nice and a sweet little reminder from friends, but I miss their handwriting as much as I miss the handwriting of my Great Aunt Vi.
Several years ago, I created a class to teach you how easy it is to use rubber stamp art to create greeting cards quick and pretty. I’m bringing real mail back. Buy my course, 4 Cards in 30 Minutes, in order to have lots of them on hand every month.
In amongst the birthday cards, I will make happy mail wishes for better days, thank you cards, sympathy cards, and “Hey-do-you-remember-the-time …” cards.
Linda says, “I so agree with you Celia! It is so easy to just punch in the words on a cell phone and hit send; but so much nicer to actually get a hand made card with personal writing in the mail. Even I will admit every time you post (like above) the first thing I do is see if my zip code is there! I have kept every card you have sent for inspiration and pure enjoyment. It is nice to look back and just know that someone was thinking of you! How often do we go back and look at our messages on our phone, IPad, or PC? Nothing to hold and touch and admire! Let’s bring snail mail back!”
My 4 Cards in 30 Minutes card classes were always full. Now you can make cards from home, too!
- More than 20 Step-by-Step photographs for the beginning card maker
- Starts with how to score and cut your card stock
- Moves immediately to how to cut the 5 top Card Face layers
- Measurements, how to cut the layer, and what to do with the remaining strips
- 4 Cards in 30 Minutes every time!