All in the cards, part two

Debbie Harris

Debbie Harris is the director of educational technology at the Sager Solomon Schechter Day School in Northbrook, IL. Involved in Jewish education for over thirty years, she has an education degree from Northwestern University with a concentration in instructional media and a master’s degree in professional Jewish studies from Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership.

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So my cards are done, but of course I wanted a fun way to keep them together (other than a rubber band, of course).

I used the Cricut Explore 2 in the makerspace to cut glitter cardstock using a box template I created online. The cardstock looks great, and built a sturdy box, but it’s not great for adhering to sticker stock. Even gluing the sides was a little tricky. I used Glitter Glue (which contains no glitter, btw) and binder clips to clamp them, which did work.

The boxes were a teensy bit tight. Everything fit, but getting the top flap to go into the box to close them up was hard so I added Velcro dots to keep them shut.

Boxed cards for reflection activity