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1  Napoleon Dynamite Bday Card in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Jul on: February 26, 2005 11:35:12 AM
For a friend's birthday, I decided to make him a Napoleon Dynamite card.  It didn't take any great skill or effort--just paint shop pro's pre-set shapes  Wink

I asked him to scan it and it didn't turn out so nice, but you get the idea.  Inside it says "do whatever you feel like you wanna do--GOSH!"

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2  Re: Shaving Cream Cards-- MUST TRY! in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Jul on: February 26, 2005 10:36:48 AM
I tried these a few months ago and I haven't been able to stop since   Cheesy  They're so easy and fun to do!

Since then I've used them for stationary, tags, and I plan on incorporating them into a collage someday.  I have sheets upon sheets laying around waiting to be used.  I even used them for a demonstrational speech in my speech class last semester.  Everyone loved them and my teacher was impressed enough to give me an A hehe.  I told them to come on over to the board  Smiley

Thank you for posting this great project!

Here are some of my firsts--they are the only ones I have pictures of:

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3  artistic collage in Paper Crafts: Completed Projects: General by Jul on: February 25, 2005 11:56:07 PM
Tonight I was able to let loose and create a collage   Wink

I popped in the beauful french film Amelie, dug into my craft bag, and started cutting & pasting.   I am pleased with the result, which is a rare occurence for me since I'm a bit of a perfectionist Roll Eyes

When all was said and done, I glued a scrap into my paper journal for a quick visual journal entry, which is posted below my collage.

Click on the links below the images if you wish to view a larger version.

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