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I have some of my cards addressed and ran out of envelopes. I'm trying to decide if I want to try making my own or wait until tomorrow when the office supply store is open. I know I'm not going anywhere today if I don't have to. It's cold out there. It's only 2° with a windchill of -9°. It's another one of those winters where it's in the 40s and high 50s one day and so darn cold the next. Remind me why I moved back to Montana. Oh, yeah. I don't like the humidity and ice storms in the midwest. Don't like extreme heat, either. Maybe I'll just clean up my craft room so I can make another mess.
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Last edited by grammatroll; 12-09-2012 at 02:46 PM..
I made a few cards that I couldn't fit into a normal envies, stupid or what but I made my own, only White but they look better than putting them in an envie that's too big, and I don't have to send them in the mail anyway. You know I've had two cards today from friends who have never sent one before so thank goodness for this challenge, I have spares in my box, just have to make an insert, so no panic,
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I'm still making cards for this year - my mother and two sisters both asked for a bunch of the ones I made earlier in the year. It's flattering that they wanted to send out my cards but it left me short! Good thing I like making them so much!
Yes, love your cards, Susan! I came up with more than enough! I thought maybe 4x a month=44 wasn't enough, but turned out right, with some to spare. I think that is because I was stingy. When I gave my fellow members on the Women's ministry board their gift calandars in the little sacks, I just put their names on the tags on the sacks. That was 7, and that is about what I have extra, but I thought I would be short.
Anyway, I know that 4 a month is okay.
I made each of my coworkers a 3d luminary tree. When I got them made, I almost changed my mind about giving them away. I had them all lit up in my room and it looked so awesome. Guess I'll have to make more for me. Just not sure how I would store them until next year without squishing them. They were easy and fun to make.