If you like to purchase cards in bulk just to have them on hand, this Greeting Card Organizer Box will help you find just what you need.
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It’s no secret around here that I love sending cards. I always keep cards on hand for all kinds of occasions. It’s part of the reason I created On Call Sentiments.
With all of these various cards, I needed a way to organize them all so I could have an easier time of finding just what I’m looking for. I decide to pull out the Cricut Maker and make a greeting card organizer box.
You don’t necessarily need to have a Cricut to make this project. But it sure did make this project easier. And I have the craft project file all ready to go for you.
To make this card organizer box you will need a box for your cards. I used a plastic lidded tub that I knew would fit my 4×6 cards and envelopes. Along with a box you will also need:
Don’t forget to grab the craft project file above. Once you click on it, it should open up in Cricut Design Space. It is ready to make as is. Or you can click on customize and then resize the the file tabs to fit your box. And change up any of the names of categories you want..
How to Make a Greeting Card Organizer Box
Once you have the file open in Cricut Design Space, adjust the project as needed and click make it. Follow the instructions to cut each part of the project in order.
I started out using the pen to write all the categories on the kraft paper. Once the writing is done, the Cricut Maker will then start cutting the dividers from the kraft paper.
I was able to use a light grip mat for this project. The kraft board stayed on the mat just fine for the writing and cutting.
Once the Maker is done writing and cutting the dividers, unload the mat from the machine. Remove the kraft board from the mat and then add another piece of kraft board to the mat to continue creating the remaining dividers.
Once all the dividers are finished, add vinyl to the mat and load it into the machine. Cut and weed the vinyl. Add your transfer tape to the top of the vinyl and place the vinyl on the front of your box.
Now all that’s left to do is add all your cards and dividers to your greeting card organizer box! Look how lovely and organized these cards are?? I think it turned out just perfect.
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