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Old 09-13-2006, 06:34 PM   #1  
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you have showcased your cards. I have a friend who lives in another state that would like me to make Christmas Cards for her this year. I would like to put together a notebook with the different cards I have done as well as offer her different options to put on the front or inside the cards. Any suggestions would be great!
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I have made a cd of scans of all the cards I have made for people to look at. But my cards do not have a lot of embellishments, and are easier to scan...If you don't want to mess with that, a notebook with page protectors might work for putting your cards into. That way large cards and small ones will both be able to fit. Good luck!
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I don't necessarily add alot of embelishments, it is usually a bit of ribbon, and some eyelets or brads. But I want her to be able to feel and touch the cards as I do alot of heat embossing and pictures simply do not do that technique justice. What if I used some removable adhesive and put them on cardstock and then used the page protectors. Most of my cards are 4 1/2 X 5 1/2.
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I think that might be a good idea to use a temp mount for use in the page protector. Or you might be able to use a small photo album in which the size card you have would fit easily without even having to temp mount them to cardstock!?! Am not sure what the sizes of those photo album page protectors are - isn't it 4x6? If so, then they might be too small - just a thought!
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