I have to start narrowing my list of 'whys' now... will be difficult
I knew it would be super-hard for me too! That's why I just decided to go with the first 52 I came up with. After I came up with 52, I kept thinking, "Oh! And that! And that too! And I love THAT!" But I had committed to the first 52 and I stuck with it. So if you're having a hard time narrowing, that's one way of handling it.
Super Cute-- Im going to have to start thinking of 52 reasons.... well...maybe i'll use a half deck --- or 10 or 5 cards??? heee heeeeee
I think if you started to make a list, you'd find you have a lot more than 5 or 10 reasons you love your honey! Sweets4ever
did 101 -- maybe she can help you out!
I LOVE THIS!! I want to make one! But first.. would you reccomend me buying a xyrom? I've been wondering about it for sometime.. Do you have to refill it a lot?
I love my Xyron with a white-hot passion. I have the 510, which allows you to make stickers, laminated stickers, cold laminate, and magnets. (You need a separate cartridge for each one). They're usually about $50, but with Joann's ubiquitous 40% off coupons, you should be able to get it for less. The sticker cartridge is 18 feet long, so that's a lot of stickers. I don't replace it all
that often, but if you use it a lot, you'll have to replace it more (obviously). The sticker cartridges cost about $17 each for me locally, but, again, I use my 40% off coupon for a discount. What's nice is that you can swap out cartridges easily at any time, so you don't have to use up, say, the magnet (7 feet long) when you want to make stickers.
I also have the little tiny
Xyron sticker maker, which makes stickers that are 1.5 inches wide (the 510 is 5 inches wide) and it's only $10 (before coupon!) and would be perfect for this project. It comes with a 20 foot cartridge and re-fills are $5. For that price, that little thing cannot be beat.
Having said all of that, if you're on a tight budget, you could easily make this project with good old-fashioned glue (and, of course, loooove
). The Xyron makes it easier, but if you've got glue, go for it.