Upcycled Greeting Card Storage Box


Upcycle a floppy disk storage box to use for storing greeting cards.

Floppy Disk to Card Storage with Hallmark Value Birthday Cards #shop #cbias #valuecards


Do you enjoy sending and receiving birthday cards?  I do!  While I appreciate any birthday wish, I’d much rather receive a birthday card in the mail than an email, text, or Facebook message.

I like to keep an assortment of greeting cards on hand so that I have them when I need them.

Hallmark Cards #valuecards #shop #cbias

It’s much easier to have cards on-hand rather than shop for one every time you need one.

Hallmark Cards2


Because I like to craft, I put on my thinking cap to come up with a unique storage system for my stockpile of Hallmark Value Cards.  A 5.5” Floppy Disk Holder ended up being the perfect card holder.  To make it pretty, I decorated the sides with scrapbook paper and made a chalkboard label for the front.  Now my cards are all together in a handy storage unit.

Hallmark Card Writing #shop #valuecards #cbias


The floppy disk dividers make it easy for me to sort my cards.  Funny cards are in the first section.

Hallmark Cards in Floppy Disk Holder #shop #valuecards #cbias


Sympathy cards are in the middle and other birthday cards are in the back.  I put address labels and a pen in the front of the box so that I have everything that I need to write a card for a birthday.

Hallmark Cards in 5.5 Inch Floppy Disk Holder #shop #valuecards #cbias


Now that I have a selection of greeting cards ready to send, I’m more likely to actually send a card rather than thinking about it and then forgetting all about it.


  1. This is a really cute idea to store your cards. I have a small rubbermaid tote that I store my cards in. Now, I wish I had an old floppy disk storage container! All mine have made their way to Goodwill. 🙂

  2. It’s so great to hear that you can find good cards at such an affordable price. I always cringe a little when I see how expensive cards have gotten. I love the card storage box, too- great idea!

  3. Great idea Paula! I place mine in ziploc bags labeled funny, birthday, etc…love your idea!

  4. What a great idea to reuse something that has absolutely no use anymore (at least for its intended use). And it came with dividers. Now I know what to look for on our next thrifting adventure!

  5. This is SO very cute and what a Fantastic idea. Thanks for sharing this with us!

  6. What a great way to up-cycle!!!

  7. Oh how I need to get organized like this!

  8. Clever upcycle, Paula! I love greeting cards!

  9. I knew about the value greeting cards at WalMart, but not about the rewards program! I’ll be checking that out this morning. Your storage/organizer idea is perfect. I’ve bought cards ahead only to forget where I put them!!

    Thanks, June

  10. What a great idea Paula. I love recycling things. That box looks like it was originally made to store cards!

  11. Love your upcycling Paula! And thanks for reminding me I really need to restock my cards for the year! I’ll have to check out the Hallmark Rewards.

  12. Smart upcycle! XO

  13. What a great way to store your cards! It’s not like you will use that floppy holder again for it’s intent. Had no idea about the cards.

  14. Great idea Paula!! 🙂

  15. Very cool Paula! Pretty way to upcycle and get organized!

  16. What a great idea, love it!

  17. What a brilliant way to store and sort cards!

  18. A perfect idea, and so easy to flip through your inventory. 🙂

  19. What a great way to upcycle an item you probably aren’t using that much anymore! Have a great week, friend!

  20. What a great way to reuse that floppy disk container!!! Pinning, and thanks for sharing at Creativity Unleashed!

  21. I love the idea of using the Floppy Disk Drive Container to store and organize your greeting cards. That’s so creative! Thanks for sharing. #client


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