Where can I get some copyright free information on making greeting cards?

My wife makes greeting cards as a hobby and I have created a website for her to show off her creations. I would also like to add some tutorials on how to make cards, and information about the products and equipment available, techniques and styles, etc.

My wife is too busy making cards to write and I don’t know enough about it myself to write anything of merit.

Do you know of any websites, ebooks, etc, with relevant information that I can copy onto my website? Obviously, they would need to be copyright free or public domain. I wouldn’t mind spending some money for a good ebook as long as I would have the right to extract information and display it on the site.

If anyone has written anything that I can use, I’d be grateful if you could let me have it.

Why not just include links to other sites such as docrafts. Cardmaking is now a massively popular hobby and there is plenty of info around. Half a dozen monthly magazines, lots of books (check the local library), Craft & Create and QVC on Sky and the internet, evening classes, workshops, etc. etc.
Mention your local craft shop(s). Your wife’s internet suppliers.
There is no need to go to a lot of trouble reinventing the wheel.

4 thoughts on “Where can I get some copyright free information on making greeting cards?”

  1. Easiest and cheapest way is to send a design in the post to yourself and do not open it. The envelope is dated so is effectively proof of when it was made. Include any relevant deteils in the envelope.
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  2. This seems to be the "in thing" at the moment

    There are about 20 people at work who now sell their home made cards to friends and family

    One person has contacted their local shop to see if they could sell their cards

    I hope you get some good advice
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  3. I don’t have any copy write .But i bought soft ware to make cards from pc world .That is all i can help you with
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  4. Why not just include links to other sites such as docrafts. Cardmaking is now a massively popular hobby and there is plenty of info around. Half a dozen monthly magazines, lots of books (check the local library), Craft & Create and QVC on Sky and the internet, evening classes, workshops, etc. etc.
    Mention your local craft shop(s). Your wife’s internet suppliers.
    There is no need to go to a lot of trouble reinventing the wheel.
    References :

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