Easy Encouragement Cards

These days it seems we could all use a little encouragement, so why not make some cute little cards to carry around for a quick pick-me-up?. I used playing cards for a base, but any card stock, scrapbook paper, book pages, or old envelopes will work. Artist trading card blanks are also the perfect size […]
encouragement cards
August 8, 2022

encouragement cardsThese days it seems we could all use a little encouragement, so why not make some cute little cards to carry around for a quick pick-me-up?.

I used playing cards for a base, but any card stock, scrapbook paper, book pages, or old envelopes will work. Artist trading card blanks are also the perfect size if you happen to have a few in your stash. With the help of some cute images, a little paint, handwritten (or typed or printed) words, and (of course!) Dew Drop bling the cards become a sweet reminder to be kind to ourselves.

They also make great little gifts to drop off on a coworker’s desk, send a friend in happy mail, put in a lunch box (kids or spouse!), or leave on a windshield as a random act of kindness. They are quick, easy, and cute! Just click the link to watch the tutorial. I hope you enjoy making these as much as i did!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=izdyYoAr8v4

Materials:

  • playing cards
  • fussy cut images
  • pearl watercolor paint
  • permanent marker
  • assorted Dew Drops

 

 

 

 

 

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