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DIY Photo Cards, Postcards and Invitations for Cheap

Printed photo cards are a great way to personalize announcements, invitations and post cards, but they can be pricey. Here's how to DIY them for less by making them on your home printer for less than 10 cents a piece.

With a new baby at home, Kat finds all kinds of reasons to send cards! Birth announcements, invitations, birthdays, holiday cards and thank yous - the list is never ending.

There's a plethora of websites offering to make any kind of card you want, but you'll pay at least $1 a card and then you have to pay for shipping and buy stamps  and quickly something so easy, adds up! So, she's figured out how to DIY them for less.

If you have a good printer at home you can save a lot of money by making them yourself.

Kat found photo paper at the dollar store  8 sheets for a buck! There are many websites that have free templates  Kat used one from HP since she has an HP printer.

Pick your template, print and cut! Kat does it all for about 10 cents a card. She just has to buy a stamp, and it's ready to send to grandma!

Making them yourself isn't perfect, but the cost savings is worth it.
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