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Thread: Fabric Postcards for Christmas

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    Super Member pollyjvan9's Avatar
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    Beautiful cards. I have never thought of just putting the words on the card. I always copy them on fabric and then add them to the cards. Great ideas.

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    Very nice! Lots of work but it would be fantastic to get one of those instead of a regular card!

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    Very pretty cards. You make nice cards. I love them.
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    Love you post cards............. put me on your card list for 2013.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wraez View Post

    Oh yes, all of them get mailed ... If they are nice and flat they are mailed 'naked' first class mail. If they have embellishments like yarns, buttons, anything that won't allow them to go thru the PO machinery they are mailed in a see-thru cello envelope, to be hand cancelled ... first class plus .20 ... Some people think that is expensive to send a fabric postcard, but my feeling is: I get joy from making these, it is my creative hobby (cheaper than playing golf, skiing etc) and if I mailed traditional greeting cards purchased at Hallmark, now THAT would be expensive, LOL...the card not the postage.
    What do you use to make them stiff?

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    post cards

    I have never seen this before mercy are they beatiful are they hard to do???

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    These are just lovely!
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    Very pretty and a good idea. I'd like to do some myself but can you mail them like that or a special envelope? Sue

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    Great ideas.

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    Those are beautiful!!
    "In this age of information, ignorance is a choice".

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