Homemade Christmas Cards
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It's best if you START with your envelope... THEN you can cut the card to fit the envelope instead of TRYING to find an envelope to fit your card. I just set the cardstock in between the envelope & it's flap & with a ruler, I measure out the size I need about 1 quarter to half an inches smaller than the envelope.
---> Save THIS YEARS Christmas cards & cut the fronts off to make NEXT YEARS Christmas cards... This is great fun for kids!
---> And don't forget the "doily" look... simply buy a plastic doily & set it under a piece of paper then with the side of a crayon, color on the other side of the paper, the crayon will "pick up" the raised area of the plastic doily.... for a "Frosty" look, use white paper with a light blue crayon or light blue paper & a dark blue crayon & for more fun add glitter-glue!
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