Thursday, January 10, 2013

[past projects]

I just wanted to share these ideas again for those of you who may have missed them last year, plus we've had a few people asking about them.
 
 
I'm not ready to take all the Christmas cards down and put them away till next year yet. I usually leave mine up for most of January... all those smiling faces and sweet messages just make me happy.

When I do though I'll be making them into a book like I've done for the past 7 years worth of cards.


You can find the download for the cover and the instructions HERE.


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do you have all your new years resolutions made for the year? goals? how about just a list of all the fun things you want to do this year?

don't forget about this cute printable that Jamie made last year where you can write that list out to remind you of the things you'd like to do and accomplish.


there are 4 different colors to choose from...
find the download and original post HERE.
 
Have a great day!

4 comments:

  1. I love how I can see a handwritten Mason sticking up. I have a Mason too!

    I have so many Christmas cards (more than 100 of all different sizes) and I love looking at them. I wonder if I could somehow make a book with them all. I know they make over-sized binder rings but I wonder what other options are available. Also, do you ever regret punching holes in the cards?

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  2. I still have all of our wedding cards and didn't know what to do with them! thanks for the idea! and also the download :)
    April
    April1692.blogspot.com

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  3. The Christmas card book is GENIUS. I'm a bit of a pack rat at heart (the first step is admitting you have a problem). I have stacks of cards from my past. Birthday, Christmas, etc. This would be a great way to keep and display for future enjoyment. Thanks for the idea.

    Jason
    The Cheeky Daddy

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  4. I saw your post on this Christmas Card book last year and finally got my 2011 and 2012 Christmas (photo) cards punched and clipped together this last week. I used to end my family scrapbook each year with the cards, but since becoming a digital scrapbooker in 2011 that was no longer an option. I can't wait to pull these new books out again next year and put them in a basket to browse though. Instead of using your cover as I had intended to do, I simply used our family's photo card as the cover and have made a little hang tag with year. Thank you for the inspiration!

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