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Thread: Neat Quilt Christmas Card (Paper)

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    http://www.creativewomanclub.com/new...49&source=CWCC

    This is a cute folded paper Christmas card that looks like a quilt block - this can be done with NO electricity :) just in case

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    thanks for sharing

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    This looks like great fun; would be great to do with kids as well. Thanks for sharing link.

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    Great Idea! Thanks for sharing..if i start now, i may have a bunch to hand out..NEXT year! :XD:

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    Thank You. I love doing Iria folding and this is just the perfectcard.

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    Neat Idea thanks for sharing!!!!

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    This is great, I just got a e-mail frm church, theyhaving a christmas card party, make cards for people.

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    Did you try this? I'm wondering how hard it really is. I like it alot, but can't spend much time with paper when I have so much fabric to attack. I'd like to make them as gifts, but don't have extra time in my budget.

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