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  • Tricia Edwards

    This could be a good idea to do with all our baby shower cards. Too bad I didn't learn about it for our wedding cards. What to Do with Old Cards and Letters | Simple Mom

  • Tracie Chester Bustamante

    Keep wedding cards by punching in holes and making a book. Great idea! I want to try this with the kids Birthday cards, super cute idea!

  • Donelle Kiessel

    Keep wedding cards by punching in holes and making a book. Great idea! Good idea even for birthday cards or baby shower.

  • Nancy Gallimore

    Keep wedding cards or other greeting cards by punching in holes and making a book. Great idea!

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