When it comes to making cards, the sky is the limit.

Cards can be so easy to make and yet a handmade card gives more to your sorority sister than any bought card ever could.

The easiest card to make would be one with scrapbooking cardstock in your sorority colors embellished with stickers of your sorority mascot or flower.

Use markers or Sharpee pens to write your message. (it is a good ideas to practice writing your message on plain paper first so that you can see how it will look first.  You will probably be able to do a better job on the actual card if you practice first.)

The card in the picture is an M & M card. I covered up the M&M in the middle with the hand-painted lion.  A simple drawing like this one of the lion mascot is very easy to draw and paint.  Then I cut it out and glued it onto the card making a very special card.

Alpha Delta Pi Lion

Alpha Delta Pi Lion

For a standard card, fold a piece of scrapbooking cardstock (in your sorority color of course) in half. Decorate with your own painting, drawing, or use stickers or rubber stamp designs that represent your sorority's mascot, flower, letters, or whatever you like.

Choose a quote or poem to express your message or by all means, write your own.

A Sampling of Sorority Quotes Below: (Click for more SORORITY QUOTES)

Having a sister is like having a best friend you can't get rid of. You know whatever you do, they'll still be there. ~Amy Li

Is solace anywhere more comforting than in the arms of a sister. ~Alice Walker

Help one another, is part of the religion of sisterhood. ~Louisa May Alcott

In thee my soul shall own combined the sister and the friend. ~Catherine Killigrew

A sister can be seen as someone who is both ourselves and very much not ourselves - a special kind of double. ~Toni Morrison

What's the good of news if you haven't a sister to share it? ~Jenny DeVries

A sister smiles when one tells one's stories - for she knows where the decoration has been added. ~Chris Montaigne

How do people make it through life without a sister? ~Sara Corpenin

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