Ideas for handmade cards

Jennifer Wilson

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October 30, 2009

Did someone switch the calendar on me? I sure had a case of the Mondays today – totally one of those days where I shouldn’t have come out from the covers. If you had a day like mine, perhaps some of these beautiful cards will give you inspiration for a crafty weekend!

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1 Comment

  1. Jenn White

    Well, I got as far as finding my card blanks today! I found two packs, so I’ll be sending you more cards than I thought. Hopefully will actually MAKE something tomorrow!!

    Hope tomorrow is a better day for you – I had an exhausting but fun day today, ending with a pile of kids and a pinata. Nothing more fun than candy raining from heaven!

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