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Physical Education Part 1 - Using Journaling Cards to Create Greeting Cards

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  • #16
    Everyone's cards are so cute!!

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    • #17
      Great cards! DH and I have an anniversary coming up this weekend. I wonder if I have any journaling cards that would work...
      (Updated signature coming one of these days!)

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      • marikoegelenberg
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        I am sure there will be something!

    • #18
      I made a little card to give with some flowers to a friend. I have to admit I am a little disappointed at how it looks, you can't tell that I spent AGES stitching the little black dots (far tooooooo long!), and I think it wasn't until the yellow flower that I hit a nice and neat strategy. I hope we aren't getting graded on this homework, I'm not sure I'd get a good grade, but the card is sweet really, and I guess that learning is all part of the plan!

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      • marikoegelenberg
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        oh shush lol you are your own worst critic I love the dimension it gives

    • #19
      A card for a new Great Grandma. took part of the design and added it to the back too ( always do that, it makes the cards look much nicer to have a decent back too. ) Sorry about the fuzzy photos , bad light and funny setting ....



      Last edited by nemla; 06-28-2015, 03:07 AM.

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      • #20
        For a sick friend.


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        • #21
          Wow...such gorgeous cards everyone! I have never thought to use a journal card in a hybrid greeting card. I can't wait to try it out!

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