If you like writing letters but want to get more creative
with what you send, this post is for you!
A letterzine is a cross between a letter and a magazine.
Along with the usual hellos and how-are-yous found in a letter, a letterzine is
filled with images and information, hand-decorated and tailored to each
individual recipient! This is a fun way to reuse or repurpose wrapping paper, magazines, or any other paper-based imagery.
This post is intended to give some inspiration for what you
could include in yours.
It's the New Year, and you're probably taking down Christmas decorations, and amassing a huge pile of Christmas cards to go into the recycling.
Maybe you're looking at some of the artwork reluctantly, thinking, "It seems such a waste to just throw these away..."
Which is why I've been beavering away to put together this post of 6 Ways to Repurpose Old Christmas Cards.
For the most part, these little crafts are easy--if you can cut and stick, you can do these!
Some of these will also help you save some time next Christmas.
Some are best done now, whilst some are worth leaving until closer to the festive season, when - provided you've dedicatd some time to chopping up old cards this January - you'll have all you need to crack on with some Christmas crafting (without having to fork out for expensive store-bought stuff).