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Old 08-26-2013, 08:16 AM   #1
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I'm considering doing a side step card for Christmas this year. Where do I write the greeting for the inside? At the very least, I would like to write "love Colleen and Bobby 2013" I have a great stamp for the front of the card with a nice Christmas greeting. The link below is an example of a side step card.
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I think the only place would be on the back (where people might go to look for the Hallmark logo LOL). If there's concern about the writing/pressure showing through I'd print/write on label paper (full sheets are available so you could print several sets on one sheet and trim to fit).

Would love to find out if folks have other suggestions!
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Here's my idea, based on the card you have shown. Instead of just stamping and matting the little sun image, make a small card with the sun image ad the focal point and adhere to the mat to attach to the card.
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I'd put a folded sheet of paper insert in the card behind the young girl image.
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