Thursday, April 12, 2018

Visitor Cards and Book Marks and a Freebie

I am very fortunate to be the person making our church visitor cards.  When we have a visitor I hand them a simple white cardstock card asking their name and address and how they found Lifepoint Church.  I try to be very unintrusive - I have been doing this for years and I know some people do not like filling out the little card with their info and I don't blame them!  Once I have that info card I bring it home and have a card ready to mail the person with a little more info about our church and I include contact info. I also put a bookmark that I have made in the envelope in the envelope.

Here are my finished cards:  I make each set according to the season the variety keeps it fun for me!



I use Heavyweight card stock for base and stamping/printing.
To keep it all together, smooth and crisp nothing works better than Best Glue Ever 




Just a little tiny bit gives perfect adhesion


It works perfectly on teh book marks too

These papers were not heavyweight and there was no rumpling from the liquid adhesive. 



Having to do production work for a business, wedding invites or in this case our church, it is important to me that all the details make something lovely and of high quality.  BGE never fails!


Here is my Freebie for you today, as a thank you for stopping by

Ginny M


4 comments:

  1. What a great way to welcome the new members of your church, Ginny. And those cards are beautiful. You have compeletely sold me on using the BGE and I'm still using my bookbinding glue too when I make cards. It really makes the card hold together so much better! Plus, it saves a TON of money! Happy Thursday.

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  2. Lovely welcome cards, Ginny. Your bookmarks are fabulous.

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  3. Pretty cards and bookmarks! That is a nice way to greet people! :)

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  4. What a great ministry Ginny - I keep the celebration basket topped up with ATC sized cards to go with the chocolate!
    Thank you for the image - it's a sweetie
    Blessings
    Maxine

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