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  • Sheila Svenson

    Greeting card book. Great idea for all those holiday cards.

  • Nina Leckron

    Christmas card books! Great idea for all those old cards sitting around. This could also work for weddings, showers, etc.

  • Kimberly Peerman

    Save all the old picture cards you receive, all year long not just your christmas card. Punch a few holes in them and add rings to keep them as a coffe table book, the kids will love looking at them.

  • Colette Lawson-Nichols

    Keep the Christmas cards you receive year after year. It’s simple and easy: save all the old picture cards you receive, punch a few holes in them and add rings to keep them together…use as coffee table books during the holidays!!! This is an awesome idea!

  • Jennifer Claybar

    I love LOVE this idea!! hole punch photo christmas cards and turn into flip books for the coffee table

  • Jennifer Sellars

    Christmas card photo books - love this idea! I never know what to do with old cards! This is much quicker and easier than scrapbooks!

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