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Unread 06-26-2008, 05:32 PM   #1
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I am not sure I am doing this right... I am really pretty new to posting here. But I have a tutorial for a fun way to make gift cards that I wanted to share.

Hope you'll enjoy it.

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Unread 06-27-2008, 05:03 PM   #2
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TFS! Beautiful presentation!
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Thanks for looking, and for letting me know you could actually get to the file. I am SO new at using the site.

BTW, I love the page layout software that was part of iWork on my Mac... makes this kind of presentation easy! Almost as easy as making these cards! LOL,

Hope you'll enjoy making the gift cards, too.

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Thank you for sharing!
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Kathy, That is a great idea. Pretty cards too. Thank you!
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What a great little tutorial. Great idea when you need to do several cards like thank you's. Thanks for sharing that!
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Thanks for the kudos! The little cards can't be mailed (unless placed into a bigger envelope), but they are great for gifts, invitations, or hand-delivered thank you cards.

The same basic concept, though can be used for a bigger card. Don't cut the 1/4 inch off the width or score at the 2 3/4 marks. Instead, score at the mid-point (either lengthwise or widthwise) and mask one half. Stamp as directed. Then cut the card in half the opposite way from your score. Fold both cards on the score line. You have two cards ready to embellish!

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Thanks for sharing. What a wonderful job you did on the tutorial, it was so easy to follow. I will be making lots of these for family members birthdays.
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Thanks for sharing this - looks really easy - have printed it off and hope to have a go later - and have also printed off for my mum who likes things to follow. Will let you know how we get on.
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Fun tutorial -- great job!
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