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Don't Throw Away Your Christmas Cards!

They can be used for so many things next Christmas: decoupage, wreaths, ornaments, decorations, collage, etc., etc., etc. Put them in a ziploc baggie and store them with your other Christmas things.

By Laura from Long Beach, CA

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January 29, 20080 found this helpful

At Christmastime one wall of our home is usually decorated with cards. It not only looks nice and festive, but also serves as a wonderful reminder of the family and friends who live far away or are no longer with us anymore.

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August 20, 20080 found this helpful

Another good idea is to use these as gift tags. The entire front could be used on large gifts (maybe scallop the edges with special scissors), or just cut out certain parts of the card for use with smaller gifts.

Of course there can't be any writing on the other side but when a hole is punched in the corner and they're attached with curling ribbon, they make very classy additions to your packages.

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