* moving cards

Posted on December 14th, 2009 by maitreya. Filed under Home and Garden, Martha, Paper Crafts.


Since I was too lazy to actually send out real moving announcements, I made little cards with our new address to pop in with our xmas cards.  The picture on one side is just the house photo sent through the Martha Stewart glitter painting tool (an effect you could also recreate in photoshop etc).  Our address is on the other side in a free font called Rabiohead.  I just tiled the image 10X in a powerpoint slide, ran it through the printer twice to get them double-sided, and cut them apart (that reminds me that my Fiskars thingy needs a new blade after all the card-making….)

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They are quite cute if I do say so myself.



2 Responses to “moving cards”

  1. clistyB Says:

    they really are great. and the best part is that you have made me feel not so bad about sending my ‘just moved’ cards with a pic of our home on it. I sometimes wondered if it was over the top, but after seeing yours I think its totally fine.

  2. Sunday Links « Newlywed Nomads Says:

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