Published at Tuesday, 14 November 2017 by roger in Christmas Season, with total 55 images.
To save on cost and time, you can start making your own even as early as June or July. By doing so, you avoid the stress of last minute shopping and cramming. Before you begin your task, you have to list the individuals you plan to give gifts. By doing so, you avoid forgetting someone. Other factors that you need to consider include: Budget - Assess how much money you can spare for the task. If you have numerous recipients and you need more money, you can always allocate a specific amount every payday.
Who says that Christmas is only for the rich and famous? They are wrong because even middle class and poor people can celebrate the event in their own simple way. Despite the limited finances you have, you can still share your blessings by giving small tokens and personalized gifts. You need not worry because the spirit of Christmas is not about how expensive your gift is but its the thought the counts most.
Set the kids up with their artwork and old cards and get them to cut their work down to a size that will fit neatly onto your card. If you are using a standard card size of 148mm x 105mm (A4 cut in half, then folded in half) a square of 90mmx90mm will fit nicely. Accuracy isnt important; it will add to the overall charm of the cards. Get a pile of these and keep the leftover pieces too - they can be used to create a collage.