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Handmade Cards for Charity: 4 Designs For Basketball Fans

Handmade Cards for Charity: 4 Designs For Basketball Fans

It is always a good time to make some handmade cards for charity. Any season, any time of day.

Why? Because making a handful of cards requires very little supplies and can be done easily and quickly. The difference these cards make to the recipient, however, is huge.

Organizations like Cardz For Kidz! and Send A Smile Today serve a diverse community and continue to uplift spirits with the donated cards.

Make Handmade Cards with Winning Designs

Since sports-themed cards are popular for all ages and groups, I thought it would be fun to do a series of blog posts with handmade cards that feature different sports.

To make this super duper easy, I providing each of my designs as PDF files.

So, you can simply print the cards you like and then add your own handwritten note.

Each PDF is designed for a landscape orientation that will fold properly when you print it on an 8.5″ x 11″ piece of paper.

Let’s get an easy win on the books and donate as many cards as we can!

Four Free Basketball Card Designs

I wanted to ensure that there was at least one design that you could use to make handmade cards for charity, so I have created four basketball designs for you to use.


Basketball Card #1: You’re a slam dunk!

Download the You’re a slam dunk design as a PDF here.

Basketball Card #2: You’re an all star in my book.

Download the You’re an all star in my book design as a PDF here.

Basketball Card #3: May all your swishes come true.

Download the May all your swishes design as a PDF here.

Basketball Card #4: Basketball Love

Download the Basketball Love design as a PDF here.

Handmade Cards Made Easily

I hope that having easy-to-make designs allows you to contribute easily to the card charity of your choice.

A personal note inside will make all the difference and basketball fans will have a card that’s a keeper.

Share The Goods

What other card designs would you like to see?

Leave a comment below and let me know so that I can add them to my list.

Share ideas for good deeds!