It is always nice to gift a hand made greeting card than gifting a ready made card. Of course It takes a little time but it pays off when your friend appreciates your effort :) Check this out to make a card for your loved ones!

Step 1: Things You Will Need.

  • Colour card sheet papers.
  • A pen
  • Pencil
  • Glue
  • Scissors
  • Scale

Step 2: Creating the Blank Card.

I choose red card sheet. Fold it into half.

Step 3: Cut Shapes Out of Different Coloured Card Sheets As Shown in the Pictures.

Draw the required shapes on the sheet using a pencil and cut it out using a scissor. Stick them as shown using a glue.

Step 4: Write Your Message.

Make a small rectangular cutting and write down your message as shown in the picture.

Step 5: Decorate Your Card.

Make gift shaped cutting from card sheets. Use a pen to make designs on it.

Step 6: Stick Your Message and the Tiny Gift Cuttings As Shown.

Step 7: Decorate the Inside of Your Card.

Make balloon shaped card sheet cuttings. Glue them to the blank card. Write down birthday greetings on those balloons. :D

Step 8: Your Card Is Ready!

<p>Have you used Ribbons on the small gift designs on the front? </p>
<p>To make that I have used paper strips.</p>
<p>Thanks Anusree! I surely loved this article. Going to make a card with this article tomorrow. Thanks a lot!</p>
<p>I loved the card you made.You have explained every single step very nicely.</p><p>Can I know from where you are? If you dont mind?</p>
Thank you :)<br>I am from India. What about you?
<p>OOHHHHHHH GOD! xD</p><p>I am from Pakistan! xD</p>
<p>Cool :D </p><p>Do check out my new instructable. :D</p>
<p>Nice job! I love the little wrapped gifts on it!</p>
<p>Thank you! ;)</p>
<p>That's a really sweet card! Your photos are great too, nicely composed. <br></p>
<p>Thank you very much! :D :) </p>

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