How to Make Earring Cards

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How to Make Earring Cards
Display your earring treasures on earring cards. (earrings image by Gina Smith from Fotolia.com)

Earring cards are an elegant way to display your homemade earrings and many people use them to advertise their business name. Earring cards can come in different sizes and in special designs that show your unique design flair. Whether displaying a few earring sets or dozens, simple-to-make earring cards will keep earring wires from bending and beads from getting lost. If you know how to make your own cards, you can save a few dollars and customise them anyway you like.

Skill level:
Easy

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Things you need

  • Perforated business cards
  • Printer
  • Pushpin
  • Piece of cardboard

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Instructions

  1. 1

    Buy perforated business cards that separate easily. These come in sheets so you can make as many earring cards as you need.

  2. 2

    Open your word processor. Select the "Labels" tab located on the toolbar at the top of your page. Select the business card template that matches the measurements of your business cards.

  3. 3

    Move your cursor to the middle of the business card. Write the name of your business or a brief message. Select a font that gives your card the look you want.

  4. 4

    Put the business cards in the printer. Click "Print" on the toolbar. Remove the cards from the sheet carefully.

  5. 5

    Place the cards one at a time on top of the cardboard. The cardboard support behind the card stock allows you to poke the cards cleanly without damaging your table surface.

  6. 6

    Poke two holes about one-third of the way down from the top of the card using a pushpin.

  7. 7

    Poke the earrings through the holes. Push the earring backs on the back of the card, keeping the earrings in place.

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