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« Reply #50 on: June 06, 2013 01:52:50 PM »

I received my cards from alwaysinmyroom and they are amazing Smiley I will take pics at the weekend and post them for you all to see! Can't wait to send them, defo going to keep a few!

What a great selection of cards from everyone! The fandom cards are great, who wouldn't like a Dr Who card!! The cupcake and alien card from gala apples are really cute! And the designs from fairyhazedesigns have fabulous shapes and patterns!
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« Reply #51 on: June 13, 2013 12:30:19 PM »

Sorry for the delay! Here's my awesome cards from alwaysinmyroom....
Two cute packages wrapped up in gorgeous paper


Some fabulous watercolour and space images, love the colours and patterns!


Some adorable cards, love the thumb print animals, defo going to try to do these!!!


My favourite and definitely keeping these Smiley soooooo cute


And lots of extras Smiley which will definitely be used! The letters cut out in paper are awesome.


Thankyou so much Smiley this has been a great first swap!




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« Reply #52 on: June 13, 2013 12:39:44 PM »

ha--my sister bought the biggest stack of paper and gave them to me a few years ago...she did not realize they were cut out alphabet letters...I have slowly but surely giving them away as I have no idea what to do with them...I was hoping you could use them for something! Grin

I also started using all of the inchies I have received in swaps to make notecards...it is nice to pass on the works of fellow craftsters!  I keep a few from each artist and use a few...Grin

Glad we did this swap...I am using up so many of my cards for special swaps and gifts...the cards are as nice as the gifts!   Thanks all!
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« Reply #53 on: June 13, 2013 02:53:27 PM »

ha--my sister bought the biggest stack of paper and gave them to me a few years ago...she did not realize they were cut out alphabet letters...I have slowly but surely giving them away as I have no idea what to do with them...I was hoping you could use them for something! Grin

I caught about 20 packs of those letters on a closeout sale, so I understand how overwhelming it can be to find uses for all of them. Some ideas I've used: monogrammed stationary, scrapbooking, paper banners, alphabet books for children (or slightly more risque ones for adults Cheesy), lettering on notebooks or picture frames, labels on repurposed containers. Since I'm a teacher, I've used them to make a number of reading manipulatives, posters, and bulletin boards, so I'm sure other teachers would find uses for them, too. The activity director at a senior center, youth program, children's hospital, or church might also be delighted to be "gifted" with some of your excess. Hope these ideas help.
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« Reply #54 on: June 13, 2013 10:06:59 PM »

Anne has been sick so I am posting the cards Jen Sews made for her.I'm her husband.She really loves them.
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« Reply #55 on: June 14, 2013 06:00:23 AM »

Hope she is better soon!  Thanks, hubs, for posting!

Drawn cards?  Those are pretty awesome! 

kbrison--thanks for those ideas!  I save everything for "someday" projects, but I do have too many to ever use...I am going to put together a box of papers and paper supplies that could be used and see if our township recreation center can use them for their summer programs!  To be honest, I do not have the patience to find and peel off the letters...Grin
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« Reply #56 on: June 14, 2013 04:06:38 PM »

I love the idea of using inchies to decorate cards!  I'm going to have to try that in the future.

I caught about 20 packs of those letters on a closeout sale, so I understand how overwhelming it can be to find uses for all of them. Some ideas I've used: monogrammed stationary, scrapbooking, paper banners, alphabet books for children (or slightly more risque ones for adults Cheesy), lettering on notebooks or picture frames, labels on repurposed containers. Since I'm a teacher, I've used them to make a number of reading manipulatives, posters, and bulletin boards, so I'm sure other teachers would find uses for them, too. The activity director at a senior center, youth program, children's hospital, or church might also be delighted to be "gifted" with some of your excess. Hope these ideas help.

Hey, I got some of those from you in the Flat Rate swap!  Grin  I've already used some on a few cards...thanks for the great ideas to use some more!  Smiley
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« Reply #57 on: June 15, 2013 01:13:15 PM »

I love the idea of using inchies to decorate cards!  I'm going to have to try that in the future.

I caught about 20 packs of those letters on a closeout sale, so I understand how overwhelming it can be to find uses for all of them. Some ideas I've used: monogrammed stationary, scrapbooking, paper banners, alphabet books for children (or slightly more risque ones for adults Cheesy), lettering on notebooks or picture frames, labels on repurposed containers. Since I'm a teacher, I've used them to make a number of reading manipulatives, posters, and bulletin boards, so I'm sure other teachers would find uses for them, too. The activity director at a senior center, youth program, children's hospital, or church might also be delighted to be "gifted" with some of your excess. Hope these ideas help.

Hey, I got some of those from you in the Flat Rate swap!  Grin  I've already used some on a few cards...thanks for the great ideas to use some more!  Smiley

You're welcome! Let me know if you want more. Sharing them with fellow crafters may be one of the best ways ever to destash.
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« Reply #58 on: June 17, 2013 06:07:46 AM »

...ha ha I am going to have to eat my words...because this weekend, I was just asked to do a project and I am going to use quite a few sheets of my alphabet papers...I agree that giving to fellow craftster is way better in my mind than letting the stuff sit in a box! Cheesy
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« Reply #59 on: July 03, 2013 08:30:17 PM »

Yay!!!  Lucky me actually got 2 sets of cards.   First from my swap angel gala_apples:



She sent me a great set with many 3-d elements.  I think my favorite might be the lace.  so pretty!

And then after mousee23 got out of the hospital (boo hospital) she sent me some lovely cards as well.



Thank you both so much!  I hope you are all better mousee23.
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