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World Card Making Day 2012

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To celebrate World Card Making Day, let's make cards for our troops! Operation Write Home's whole mission is to support our nation's armed forces by sending them blank handmade greeting cards for the troops to send home.

To help you get started we've put together an incredible money saver, (valued over $50.00).


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This money saver includes:

Part number: 4060326

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Comment Love the card kits. Great colors that always go perfect together. Thanks!
Submitted Monday, October 15th @ 08:53 AM

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Comment Awesome card kits! ! ! HOTP has always had such great card kits. Thank you for this great offer; you're the best!! These kits go together so well and fast; and look so nice. I always get great comments from those receiving them.

KJM
Submitted Monday, October 1st @ 08:07 AM

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Comment Just wanted to mention that all cards made for Operation Write Home must be A-2 size (4 1/4" X 5 1/2"). Are the finished cards in this special offer by Paper Wishes an A-2 size or smaller? I first heard about Operation Write Home from Paper Wishes last year and have since made almost 250 cards for our troops so far, getting most of my supplies from Paper Wishes. It's wonderful and generous of Paperwishes to give these offers to card makers in order to help our troops overseas to send handmade cards home to their friends and family. Thumbs up to Paper Wishes!

Response from Paper Wishes Customer Service:

You are correct that the Operation Write Home cards must be 4 1/4"x5 1/2". The cards we show in the special offer are 5"x6 1/2" but we're sure cardmakers can make them the smaller size without much of a problem. Hope this helps.

Submitted Sunday, September 30th @ 06:31 AM