You can actually make a living constructing and making handmade cards at home.  I did this by servicing over 2,000 stores for about 15 years making cards this way. Of course, after awhile I paid other people to make the cards.

Here is an example of how I set up my manufacturing process for my card business.

Step 1: Gather Materials

Gather all materials you need for your card. This task requires I have glue, cardback, envelope, cello bag, card text square, and image square. I will assemble them all and make a card.
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Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I am in the process of starting my own card business and had no idea how to do it.
Very helpfull for me (i am a chaotic *smile*)
&nbsp;I loved your instructable, but would also like to hear about who you contacted at the stores, what your pitch was for them to sell your cards and how often you scheduled replacing the cards. &nbsp;More of the business side would be very helpful! &nbsp;Thanks!
I have a whole blog on the greeting card business.&nbsp; See sidebar for different topics.&nbsp; http://kateharperblog.blogspot.com/<br /> -Kate<br />
If you want to go more in depth into this business, there are several more articles on how to start a greeting card business at http://kateharperblog.blogspot.com/<br />

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Bio: For over a decade I published my own line of cards and serviced over 2,000 accounts including Barnes & Noble, Whole Foods and Papyrus. Two ... More »
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