Hi there. I’m sharing three card examples today that shows how to personalize a card to make it extra special. I’m focusing on boy cards because I think that’s an area that many struggle with. THIS stamp set from Avery Elle is perfect for boy cards. I used it today on all three cards…
Here are three ideas for personalizing cards…
1. Include the card recipient’s interests…
This card was created for my son who is a drummer in a band. His band name is Chasing Autumn so I used my copier to photocopy their demo CD (at a super small scale) and used it for the drum head. Not only does it shake since I used one of THESE
to see it in action), but I also colored the image to look like him. Incorporating his band name was a fun way to personalize the scene.
2. Include a photo of the recipient…
I made this card for my youngest son and he got a kick out of seeing himself on the card. Anytime I’ve ever incorporated a photo on a card it has always been a big hit!
(That background was created by quickly coloring back and forth with one of THESE
markers on THIS
textured cardstock. Love the look!)
3. Include the card recipient’s name…
I used sticker letters to add my son’s name to the snowboard. The interactive element on this card was created with one of THESE
to see it in action.
to see another example I’ve shared of personalizing a card with the recipient’s name.
I hope this has inspired you to add a personal touch to your next card. Thanks for stopping by and happy crafting!
LINKS TO SUPPLIES USED:
*Sunburst stamp can be found HERE