I love snail mail cards… and packages! I’m old school like that, and with picmonkey.com cards are easier than ever to make. If all of your pictures are uploaded to the computer you need 15 minutes for this project. Serisouly, 15 minutes! I can not say enough good things about picmonkey.com. It’s free, no login, no drama. Love this site. (I’m not being paid or given stuff to say that, just pure love baby!)
Here’s what you need:
- picture uploaded to computer
- picmonkey.com (it’s free, no login required)
- card stock
- color printer
- Microsoft Word
Now, turn that sucker upside down. Like this:
Stick a piece of card stock in the printer, print, and fold paper in half. Cut around the edges to make it nice and neat, and there you have it! It’s really that easy.
You’re going to be a card making maniac before you now it ; ) Also, since the cards I make on the computer are random sizes, I usually make my own envelopes. All you need is a page from a pretty magazine, Anthropogie is always a good one! Do you love snail mail? Do you still send cards in the mail or are you an e-card/e-mail person? I’d love to hear…
P.S. here are more snail mail card you might have missed: Pop up card, birthday cards, and google fathers day card, words with friends mom day card, and happy wedding card.
Comments & Reviews
Alex @ northstory says
I love PicMonkey. It has absolutely changed how I edit my photos! I didn’t know you could do collages on it too so thanks for the heads up!
Jamie Dorobek says
You can do SO much with picmonkey! You’re welcome!
Rachel (Lines Across) says
These are so cute. Thanks for the great tutorial. I know I love getting mail! I definitely need to start sending it out more 🙂
Jamie D. says
You’re welcome 🙂 I heart snail mail!
I love sending snail mail! I’d love to try this tutorial out. Thanks for sharing.