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  • Michelle Calvillo

    Great idea for Holiday cards that I'm not ready to toss all the Christmas cards, so I hole punched a corner on each one and added it to a metal ring with some decorative ribbon. Coffee table ready. Think I'd add a cover that said the year!

  • Veronica Vela Mandujano

    I wasn't ready to toss all the Christmas cards, so I hole punched a corner on each one and added it to a metal ring with some decorative ribbon. Coffee table ready. I HAVE KEPT ALL XMAS CARDS GIVEN TO US & NOW I have a way of displaying them! (Dave has thrown some away BUT still...) VIM

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