Have you ever made cutouts and folds on pieces of paper to make it pop up? The same can be applied to your photos! After all, when you take a picture, you take something three-dimensional and squeezing it onto a two-dimensional space. When you create a pop-up photo, you’re bringing it back to three-dimensions.

Of course, we’re exaggerating, but pop-up photos are awesome to look at, not to mention fun to make. Just keep in mind that it might not turn out nice on your first go, or maybe even after your third. However, you’ll get better after each try, and after many attempts, you’ll get the hang of it.

With that said, here’s how you can create singular and multiple image pop-up cards:

It’s a special kind of feeling to know that someone handpicks the right cards that fit our personality perfectly. It also shows what type of relationship we have with them.

In the past decade, however, technology has changed the way people live. Because of easier access to technology through social media, people quickly take for granted the importance of communication. More people resort to posting on blogs or social media posts to let others know how important they are to them. However, we can’t keep these posts with us physically. This is why it’s still a different satisfaction to be able to receive a card.

Although these three simple words – I love you – hold much meaning, yet we sometimes have trouble expressing such emotions. Such expressions should be something that you tell your partner every day, your parents, your best friend, your siblings, or your children. It may come to no surprise that there are many ways to express your love – whether in writing, a phone call, time spent together, or through a card. However, the perfect “I love you” messages are the ones that sincerely come straight from the heart.

Greeting cards are the quintessential way to mark the arrival or celebrate a holiday, such as Christmas. However, there are certain holidays out there where a greeting card seems like it would be the perfect gift to give to someone but is unfortunately forgotten. That holiday includes New Year’s Day.

With the new year right around the corner, this is your chance to put those cards into use finally. Rather than calling up people or sending them instant messages to greet them a happy new year, send them a celebratory card. In fact, why not take it up a notch and design your tags. A celebratory postcard is not only much more customisation, but it will also stand a better chance at being read at least once before being put to the side.

Sending GIFS of holiday greetings became the de facto means of spreading holiday cheers with friends and family. While it isn’t a wrong way to celebrate the season, you can spruce up your simple gift by sticking to tradition: holiday cards!

Seeing as it the most wonderful time of the year is just a few months away, you can turn weariness into merriness with a dash of Christmas cards to put a smile on your friends, co-workers, and family’s faces. To maximise the enjoyment of receiving and giving these holiday cards, we’ve come up with creative ways to display it around your house to add to your holiday decorations.

It’s easy to accumulate a ton of greeting cards during Christmas over the course of many years. Whether they came with gifts or they were standalone notes, you often have no idea what to do with them afterwards. You may feel the need to throw them away because they only take up most of your storage spaces. However, instead of discarding them, here are five ways to reuse greeting cards as decorations.

Handmade Christmas cards are among the most personalised, heartfelt, and creative items that you could give somebody during this special season. Whether you are making cards to sell or to give to your family members and friends, don’t take for granted the space on the back of the card.

Here are some ideas for decorating the back of your handmade Christmas card and making it fit for the festive season!

When was the last time you sent a personalised Christmas card to family and friends? Do you still remember those days when an assortment of envelopes of red, green, and gold arrive at your mailbox?

With technological advances, most people have gotten used to sending emails, e-cards, GIFS, and text messages during the holiday season, and this has made many forget the tradition of sending Christmas cards to our loved ones and friends. We need to remind ourselves of the thrill of opening envelopes and reading holiday cheers. Even though the power of the internet allows us to send messages in a split second, nothing beats the excitement of opening a card through regular mail and knowing that it came from someone whom you have not communicated with for quite some time.

Celebrating birthdays in the workplace is a great way to bond with your co-workers. Whether it’s your boss, colleague, or client who’s turning a year older, an excellent way to send your wishes is through a greeting card.

While birthday cards are thoughtful and personal, they can also be professional and appropriate to give to someone you work with. In short, they’re a perfect mix of being sweet, fun, and discreet. Not sure what to write? We’ve compiled a few samples of birthday messages to help you greet your co-worker and start a great working relationship!

Technology has made it possible to create and deliver greeting cards online. However, while it’s more convenient to send digitized cards through messaging platforms, nothing beats the traditional way of sending tangible cards. This approach is a manifestation that the recipient is worth the effort and that your relationship matters.

Because greeting cards are all about building relationships, it is essential that you send out personalized cards to nurture your business connections. Whether it is for your loyal customers or business partners, the gesture of sending a holiday card alone will persuade them to purchase your products or make more deals with you.