Cardmaking is the process of using drawings and/or text on cardboard to communicate a message.

A card may be used to send a message of congratulations, condolences, wishes, and many other types of messages.

The kind of card determines the meaning that is communicated by the card. 



There are a few distinct varieties of cards. These greeting cards are used for a variety of events, including the following:

Greeting cards

Greeting cards that are presented to the recipient on significant events such as a birthday, Christmas, or Sallah. These cards are presented as a way to convey gratitude, admiration, or any variety of other emotions.

Invitation cards

Invitation cards are sent to friends, family members, and well-wishers to invite them to significant events such as weddings, birthday parties, funerals, political rallies, and religious gatherings.

Success cards

During the preparation, the testing, or the post-examination phase, well wishes may be sent via the use of success cards. It is also a way to convey congratulations to someone after they have achieved success in a certain endeavour or profession.

Seasonal cards

During various holiday seasons, such as Christmas, New Year’s, Eid-el-Fitri, and Eid-el-Kabir, people send greeting cards to one another to share their warmest greetings and best wishes.

Condolence cards

Sending a condolence card is a kind way to convey compassion to someone who has just lost a loved one.

Congratulatory cards

Sending congratulations cards to family and friends is a wonderful way to share in the joy of an important life event such as a wedding, promotion, or new job.


1. Cardboard in several different colours

2. Pencil

3. Shears/Cutters

4. a knife for cutting

5. Crayon 6. Marker

7. Brushes

8. Relevant glue/Gum

9. Ruler

10. Standard bond paper 

11. A wide selection of different ribbons

NOTE: Third week for lesson and fourth week for practical

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