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Organized Greeting Card Binder

Have you ever been caught at the last minute with news that it was someone’s birthday, so you either had to rush out and find a card (stressful!) or show up empty-handed looking forgetful and thoughtless? Have no fear — I’ve got you covered!
I LOOOVE to peruse the greeting card aisles at my favorite stores in search of the perfect card for each occasion, but I don’t always have that kind of time on hand every time a birthday or special occasion rolls around.
Solution? I buy a bunch of cards ahead of time so that I am always ready — no more last-minute mad dashes to the store! Of course, rooting through piles and piles of greeting cards at home can be a burden, too, so I devised a sweet little binder where I can store and organize all of my cards. I’ve been doing this for a few years now, and I absolutely love it!
I use pocketed page dividers to keep them separated by category. The cards just tuck right into the pockets!  I also store extra gift cards in there as last minute gifts.
In the front, I keep a list of important dates (birthdays, anniversaries, etc.). Stick it in a plastic page protector, and you can also write notes about gift ideas with a dry erase marker! I have everyone’s addresses saved in my phone, but if you want a paper copy, this would be a great spot for addresses!
Here’s a closer look at the labels I made for my greeting card binder:

Binder Cover for DIY Greeting Card Organizer Card Categories:

  • Birthday Cards
  • Holiday Cards
  • Thoughtful Cards (Thinking of You, Sympathy, Get Well)
  • Milestone Cards (Weddings, Graduations, Retirement, New Baby)
  • Thank You Cards
  • Gift Cards


Labels for organizing a greeting card binder. Categories include thank you cards, holiday cards, birthday cards, milestone cards, thoughtful cards, and gift cards.

Guess what? I have a present for you, Pretty Organizers! You can download ALL of these lovely little printables that I made for FREE! Just click here to download: Pretty-Organized-Greeting-Card-Organizer-Binder-Printables

I printed my labels on a full sheet sticker & cut them out, but you could also print on regular paper or card stock and then tape or mod podge it on :)

A Few Extra Organizing Tips:
  • If you want to travel with your binder (you could take it with you to doctor appointments, etc. to fill out while waiting), you may want to include a zippered pouch with extra stamps, address labels,  and pens.
  • At the beginning of every month, you can save time by sending out all of your cards at once!


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7 comments on “Organized Greeting Card Binder
  1. Great idea! I definitely need to organize my cards. I’m pinning it! Feel free to add your link to my Link Party on my FREE Printables page as well. Beautiful blog, keep it up!

    Sandra from

  2. Casey says:

    Thanks so much, Sandra! :)

  3. Thanks for joining my FREE Printables link party Casey!

  4. Candice says:

    Great idea!! This would be so much better to organize all the cards I make (instead of the photo box they’re in right now, LOL!). TFS!

  5. Elisa says:

    Great idea, thank you. I love your blog!

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