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Monday, October 20, 2014

Make a DIY Greeting Card with Blank Puzzles

How did / will you use the blank jigsaw puzzles?

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Below is my experience on using blank puzzles to make greeting cards.

I don't like to buy greeting cards from shops because they are so common.

I prefer to make them by myself.

Last time, I put a photo on the supporting board, drew and signed the puzzles as a birthday card to my Dad. He likes that so much!

http://shinekidscrafts.blogspot.hk/2013/11/kids-crafts-diy-puzzles-birthday-card.html#more


Thanksgiving Day is coming. This time I would like to show my love to my mommy.

This time, I put a heart shape paper to cover the central part of the puzzles first.

Then I used foam to make heart stamps in different sizes.

After stamping the hearts randomly on the puzzles, I took away the heart shape paper. There was a big white heart with tidy edge.  I wrote some words inside the white heart.

 





I used acrylic colors for stamping and then use nail polish with glitter to decorate some small hearts. Then, I sprayed a layer of Aerosol Paint on it to avoid the color fade away easily.

Finally, I used a color paper to make a big heart, wrote some messages to my mom and stick it onto the supporting board.




Of course, I would not let you know what did I write. It is our secret! ; )

Hope that mom will like that.

As I only have a younger brother, thus we can sign below the message on the paper heart.

If you have a lot of siblings, I think you can choose to sign at the back of the puzzles pieces.


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How did / will you use the blank jigsaw puzzles?

Send us your idea to my Facebook, I will post your idea with blog link (if any) on my Facebook and you can get 20% off on price on any 3 listings from my shop.

 https://www.facebook.com/ShineKidsCrafts

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