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Old 08-19-2005, 06:26 PM   #1  
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I came across the idea on one of the swaps and didn't want to be a dummy by asking the hostess. Can anyone help me with templates or directions? THANKS SOOOO MUCH!
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The are about the size of baseball cards or business cards and you creat them to look like cards.. really fun to do and do not use a ton of cardstock for swaps.. you can get 10 cards out of one piece of cs..not including layers..I think the template is in the templates section
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Default trading cards

You can read about it
www.cedarseed.com/air/atc.html
www.artist-trading-cards.ch/index.htm
www.lisavollrath.com/articles/023.html

good luck!
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