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Here is a slightly different card size to use as your canvas.
Cut your cardstock base: 6x7 inches. Then score so that your finished card measures 6 x 3.6 inches. Decorate as needed. These diminutive cards fit nicely into those standard small envelopes sold nearly everywhere. Not only is it a fun size, but you can save some $$ when buying envies!
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A sleeker card shape, Dawn. I don't think it really saves $$ for me tho', since only one card can be cute from an 8.5" x 11" piece of CS(other than DPs, I rarely buy 12 x 12 CS). I purchase 100 count boxes of "invitation"(A2) envelopes from the big box office supply stores...coupon in hand. : ) This new size will be a good reason to buy the 12 x 12 CS to get 2 cards out of one piece of paper. Thanks for a fun Friday challenge.