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How to make a Festive Holly Card

Posted by Jennifer Lennon on 12/22/2016 to Inspiration

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Winter Owl Card

Posted by Ecstasy Crafts on 10/5/2016 to Inspiration
A beautiful winter owl card using the sepia toppers. Made from the design team at Marianne Design. This card can be for any occasion and it shows off some of the new product and how to use the card toppers in a dramatic way.

Something New...Pocket Letters

Posted by Nancy Ste.Croix on 8/5/2015 to Inspiration
What are Pocket Letters?

Janette Lane created Pocket Letters™ as a new way to send letters to your new or existing penpals. Basically, you fill all the pockets of a 9 Pocket Trading Card Protector and send the whole page to someone who wants to swap with you. This can be a one-time exchange or you can keep exchanging Pocket Letters indefinitely. You fill the pockets with anything you like (stickers, tea bags, a note, washi tape samples, pictures, etc.) A short note or letter is included and tucked into one of the pockets. Then the Pocket Letter is folded up and sent in a standard 10 size envelope. It's the perfect way to send and collect letters from other Pocket Letter Pals (ie people who are sending mail in this format) around the world and a convenient way to store them. They fit perfectly in a binder!

Why Paper Greeting Cards Are Here to Stay

Posted by Ecstasy Crafts on 10/13/2014 to Inspiration
There is something nostalgic about receiving personal or intimate communication using a tangible medium like paper; it's like glue to our relationship with something we can touch.

The Mighty Pen and the Lost Art of Penmanship

Posted by Ecstasy Crafts on 10/6/2014 to Inspiration
For years we turned in essays and stories written in script on loose-leaf paper. Writing in cursive was mandatory. Printing was not permitted. Soon though, we’d be required to have all of our papers type-written. Typewriters became obsolete with the advent of word processors, and word processors became obsolete with the advent of personal computers.
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