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My artistic skill development stopped somewhere around age five. In kindergarten, I made perfectly-acceptable, childlike drawings, but my 7-year-old niece’s artwork far outpaces anything I’ve created since. Handmade greeting cards can be beautiful and cost-effective, but what if you’re a non-crafty person like me? You can still make high-quality, printed and personalized greeting cards . . . using your computer.
Here’s how the costs work out for me:
- Store price: $0.99 for a cheap card up to $4.99 for a standard card
- Price of computer-made: $0.55 for a personalized card
- Savings: 44% – 89%