I just want to write about the interesting and sweet smelling greeting card supplies I use when I make my own greeting cards.
First, I think of the greeting card model and which greeting card design I expect from this model. Based on that, I collect some raw materials. Next, I pick out the favorable A4 sized background paper. Then, I choose additional sheets of A4 paper that have some art that will suit the card I want to make.
Using a pencil, I draw out the background of the greeting card. Then, I use some sketch pens to draw and detail the picture and complete the sketch. Next, I stick some special things on the card. These special things include special colors and cut-outs of various papers, colors, etc.
Now, for the fun part, my improvised raw material comes next. Yes, I use perfumes as part of my greeting card supplies. I spray them to give the card a nice smell.
If you feel the recipient will identify the scent, and this is not what you want, then use a couple fragrances to mix it up.
On the other hand, I think it’s cool to use a perfume that the recipients use or know. This way, they can recognize and appreciate the fragrance. This adds a personal touch to the card. Also, since sense of smell is a very potent sense, it tends to register in our memories. Thus, in the future, whenever they get even a whiff of that smell, they’ll always remember your card. What a way to make a lasting impression!
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