Endless Christmas Cards
September 21, 2010

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Joan Bagielto (posted 4 years ago)
I LOVE this CD!! I made all my Christmas cards this year using it. Will there ever be a CD with the other Paper Flair books? That would be great!
Diana Borgum (posted 4 years 2 months ago)
You can not imagine how I look forward to your webisodes each week. Most of our card making shops have closed so I look forward to your new ideas. Thank you so much!
Allyson (posted 4 years 2 months ago)
Love the template. When I use my templates I use a different color pencil for the folds. That way it is visually easy to see where to cut and fold.
Ginny (posted 4 years 2 months ago)
I like this idea of "endless Christmas Cards". Do I need a photo printer or will a regular one be adequate?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
A regular printer is fine but you do want it to print in color.
Kathy B (posted 4 years 2 months ago)
Thank you, thank you for bringing us such a wonderful CD! Always like your templates as well, these are going on my birthday "wish list"...
Sue (posted 4 years 2 months ago)
I love the idea of having an "endless" CD, but what type paper did you use to print these images out? What weight?
Reply from Paper Wishes Customer Service:
We simply used regular copy paper, 20#, nothing special and they turned out just great.
Connie (posted 4 years 2 months ago)
What a great idea it is going to be an endless card making time!!!!! Thanks so much you guys rock!!!
Theresa Petermann (posted 4 years 2 months ago)
I just love all the ideas your episodes spark. And I love it when you create new things to use as well as ways to use what I already have. Sometimes I really want to use what I have before adding more to the pile. Thanks so much.
Jeanne (posted 4 years 2 months ago)
Love this new CD. Combine it with the Forever Christmas Cards CD and you may never buy another Christmas Card but make beautiful individualized ones.
Maryanne (posted 4 years 2 months ago)
What a great idea. Now I can make more than one of each card. I had one of the books years ago and lamented when it was used up. Thanks for making it available again.
Cynthia (posted 4 years 3 months ago)
Thank you! What a marvelous way to archive our favorite cards and techniques.
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