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    Fabric Greeting Cards

    These fabric greeting cards are great for using up fabric scraps and you can let your creativity run wild. You could design cards for particular events or holidays. I have made general greetings cards to send to friends ‘just because’. I must confess to loving old fashioned ‘snail mail’. It is so nice to receive a card! This page contains affiliate links meaning I earn a small commission if you use those links at no cost to you. I only recommend brands I use and trust. You will need: Fabric scraps Plain cards or card stock (and envelopes) Sewing machine and thread NOTE: you will need a sewing machine needle specifically…

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    Cross-Stitch Xmas Kits

    This is a review of  Cross Stitch Xmas Kits. These kits are small and are primarily intended to be used to make Christmas cards. That is what I have used them for. They are quick to do and can be very effective. They certainly make a card that shows you care. This page contains affiliate links meaning I earn a commission if you use those links at no cost to you. I only recommend brands I use and trust. Where to buy: I bought my kits in Hobbycraft which you can link to here. My kits are no longer available but some of these new ones look super cute.  There are also…

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    docrafts decoupage greeting cards – how to make

    I like to have a go at making my own greeting cards and often ‘have a go’. I picked up some docrafts foiled decoupage sheets from The Works and decided to have a go with them. The sheets I selected contained some pretty scenes that would be suitable for any occasion and some new baby pictures. I am saving the new baby ones until I want them. If you want to have a go you will need: blank cards and envelopes – available from Amazon foiled decoupage sheet – available from Amazon glue (eg PVA glue) small foam squares that are sticky on both sides   Instructions: Select your sheet…