A while ago, I took a little bit of time and made this handy greeting card organizer.
I can’t tell you how many times this has gotten me out of a jam when a card was needed for an event or holiday. My only downfall can be when I don’t replenish the folders!
Here’s what you will need:
- An office supply store file folder container
- File folders (colour coded works best)
- 3 or more greeting cards for each category
- Extra stickers and stamps
Now all you really need to do is assemble the file folder in a way that works best for you.
I chose to divide my greeting cards into different holidays as well as various birthday categories.
Here’s a simple list to help you get started (pick and choose what works for you):
- Christmas & Hanukkah
- Valentine’s Day
- St Patrick’s Day
- New Baby / Baptism
- Mother’s Day
- Father’s Day
- Birthday (young)
- Birthday (adult)
- Thank You
In my files, the greeting cards in the feminine and masculine file are blank, so they can be used for almost anything. I also have some fancy stationary at the end of my files, for any longer letters I might add to a greeting card. You can also add some stamps and stickers at the back as well.
I think the hardest thing about keeping up with the art of writing a letter to someone is just being organized and having what you need when you need it. This file folder helps me out a lot!
I’ve been taking the Love Hallmark 7 Card Challenge and it’s been really fun deciding who to give what card to. I managed to give a birthday card to my uncle, mail a special card to my little nieces with a gift, and I have a few in the mail for other special people in my life. So tell me, if you had seven beautiful Hallmark cards, who would you send them to?
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Disclaimer: As a #LoveHallmarkCA Ambassador, I was sent greeting cards to facilitate this post. However, all opinions are honest and my own.
I would send a card to my online friend who lives in Australia.
I would send a card to my penpal in Japan whom I’ve known since I was 16!
To one of my besties in Scotland
I would send it to my brother who is way too far. Although still in Canada, I only see him maybe once every 7 years or so.
I would send one to my bestie down south
I would send one to my mom in Ontario
I would send it to my cousin!
I would send cards to the families of the victims in the shooting at UCC in Oregon.
I would send one to my aunt who lives on the other side of Canada.
I would send one to my mom who lives in another province.
If it could be anyone in the world? maybe Beyonce? As long as I knew she’d actually read it lol
the Queen of England 😀
id send to my friend in Alberta
I would send one to the Pope. Seriously, I really admire the man and what he stands for.
I would send a card to my Mom just to say I love you 🙂 Thanks for the chance.
My niece. She has a birthday coming up.