Making a Bon Voyage Card

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This bon voyage card is designed to give to newly wed couple setting off on an island vacation. Learn how to make your own version here.


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A fun, quick-to make card for a honeymoon couple leaving for an island vacation!

Approximate Time: 20 minutes



  1. Fold light pink cardboard in half to create a card 4.1" x 5.4." Use the ruler to make the fold neat and smooth.
  2. Glue the 3.6" x 5.2" purple cardboard to the front of the card, carefully ensuring that it is an equal distance from the edges.
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  4. Affix the "post-it"-note to the front of the piece cut from the cork sheet, using one of the brads.
  5. Using the Artline 750 marker, write the words "Bon Voyage!" on the "post-it"-note.
  6. Affix the two swimming trunks to the piece of cork sheet, using a little glue at the back of each swimming costume, before ending it off with a brad.
  7. Arrange the rest of the scrapbook embellishments on the piece of cork sheet and carefully glue them in place.
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  9. Glue the piece of cork sheet to the front of the card, carefully ensuring that it is an equal distance from the edges.
  10. Print a message on the white paper, cut it to the correct size and paste it to the inside of the card.
  11. By Benetta from Pretoria, Gauteng

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