Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Make Your Own Disney Greeting Cards

Disney characters rule at our house. Mostly the princess and Mickey characters. My kids are also starting to get invited to more birthday parties and those costs add up.

One day, my oldest and I were playing around on the Disney website and I found a treasure trove of FREE ideas. Printable coloring pages, videos, music, games, but I was most impressed by their selection of printable greeting cards.

You can print a card for almost any of the Disney characters, like Nemo, Mickey, every Princess, Pooh, The Incredibles, The Lion King, Toy Story and many more.

The greetings to choose from are Happy Birthday, I Miss You, Congratulations, I Love You, Get Well Soon, You Are The Best, Thank You and Have a Great Day.

It is very easy. The pages print out like this.

Simply fold along the lines and trim.

Your only cost is the ink and paper and that is no where near the estimated $3.00 that a Disney card from a store can cost. It also saves you time from making a special trip to the store. Go to Disney.go.com to print your own card.

Do you print or make your own greeting cards? What sites do you use?

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  1. I do print my own. I have a Spiritual Greetings computer program that I used for making church bulletins, years ago. On it are templates for all sorts of things...greeting cards, buisiness cards, banners, posters, t-shirt transfers, all sorts of stuff. I don't remember what it costs, but I know it has paid for itself a million times over. It's created by the Broaderbund company.

  2. Thanks for linking up today! Great idea, especially for kids who love character cards.

  3. I'm all for inexpensive cards! My first recollection of a DIY birthday card was over 30 years ago when I saw a card at a store for my dad, and it was *gasp!* a dollar or more! I committed the sentiment to memory and went home to make it for him. I recently saw my homemade card when I was looking through some "favorite things" files my mom has kept. ;)

    There are some really neat printables out there, and I love your Disney cards!


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