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How to make a greeting card

Jon Stubbington Artist Illustrator Blog Journal

I know I’ve said it before, but just in case you missed it: the shop is live!

This is big news, particularly for those of us with a vested interest in making this business a success. Being able to sell stuff is a fairly essential step in the evolution of Recycled Words.

The first products available through my new Etsy shop are a selection of greeting cards, printed on 100% recycled card and available in two finishes. Today, I want to focus on the fun bit: how to make a greeting card, all the way from a blank piece of paper to the finished article.

Here’s how I do it (all explained in under three minutes):

Visit the shop on Etsy to get hold of these cards. I’m really pleased with them and I think they make an interesting and unique way to mark an occasion. I hope you like them too. They’re blank so you can use them for all occasions: they are perfect for birthdays, anniversaries, weddings, and lots more besides.

Up next: Christmas is coming! There will be new stock in the shop, Christmas fairs, and – if you’re lucky! – even more videos.

Keep an eye on the shop page to find out where and when I will be appearing. This is the current list – it would be great to see you at any of these events:

 

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