January 11, 2012

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100 FREE Double Sided Business Cards = Some creative Valentine's Card ideas!!!

Ink Garden is offering up 100 FREE Double Sided Business Cards...just pay shipping (about $4.75) There are a bunch of business cards to choose from and you can even use your own picture/logo too! To get your FREE business cards just enter promo code  100FREE to score ONE sided business cards, and if you choose the double sided, enter promo code 100FREE2 for 100 Free double sided business cards.

Below are a couple of ideas!  Upload your own picture, or create a simple design and get creative by adding your own homemade crayon heart (see below)!

With Valentine's Day right around the corner prefect time to create a Valentine image and upload it and make some super cute Valentine Cards the size of Business Cards!     I normally make mine this small anyways so the kids can put them easily in their Valentine Boxes or I like to put them in a goodie bag with some treats for each kid in the class!  You could even just upload a photo on the front and use the back as  the message from your kid!

Another fun idea is to pick up a box of SweetHearts  and tape the Valentine on the front!  A personalized card with some sweet treats!

Other ideas:
  • These are perfect for personalized  gift tags!   Use a hole punch and some ribbon and you are all set!  
  • Need a Mommy Card?  Cheap and fun way to share your info with other moms!
  • Make a simple lunch box note card and leave room to write special notes for your kids!!!

Info on how to make your own crayon hearts:

You will need crayon pieces, heart-shaped cookie or muffin tin (head on over to Target and pick-up some silicone ones for $2.50 in the dollar spot) and double-sided tape

  • Heat the oven to 250°.
  • Fill each mold with crayon pieces and bake until the crayons melt, about 10 to 15 minutes. 
  • Once they're cool, remove the hearts from the molds and smooth any rough edges by rubbing them on a piece of scrap paper.
  • Use small pieces of  tape to stick each heart to Valentine


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