DIY Custom Word Search Card

Hi friends! My twin girls turned 13 today and these are the cards I made:

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They LOVED them! I was really surprised at the reaction because they live in a world of handmade cards for every occasion but the fact that I made them a word search that highlighted their qualities really made them feel special. In today’s video I’ll show you how to make them.

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Supplies:

I made my custom word search here. *I used the “print screen” button on my keyboard to capture the image and then cropped and resized it in my photo editing software but you can print it in full size from the website.

Watch the video for step by step stamping instructions. This is a fun card and can be made for ANY occasion just by changing the words you use:) Thanks for stopping by and til next time happy crafting!

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6 Responses

  1. What a fantastic idea!
    They will surely keep those cards forever.

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  2. Well I knew I could not sit down and figure out a word puzzle by myself. Now I need to figure out how to use the link . I did bookmark it. Thanks…this is such acute idea.

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  3. Brilliant stamp school! Happy Birthing day 🎉 🎂 🎈

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  4. Thank you for this idea…I love the word search and my 9 year old granddaughter will love the card she will get with this …Jan

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  5. Thank you for this idea! I will definitely use if for cards for little ones, and I am thinking also good for shut-ins, too. Great card!

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  6. I’m going to make this card for a couple of my grandkids. I know some “grown-up” kids who would enjoy it as well, especially with more adult themed words! I have a question. I’ve heard you say more than once that you haven’t “trimmed” a peg stamp. I assume you mean so that don’t get ink that you don’t want on your card but how do you trim them?

    I follow you regularly and love your blog.

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