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    Dee Bleau
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    Another thing-



    if you save your cards year after year from other people, here's an

    idea on how to recycle them. As long as the inside one the left side

    (back of the cover) hasn't been written on, cut the card in half.

    Draw a line down the middle and use half to write in the address,

    and the other half to write in a quick Christmas message.



    No buying cards, and stamps are almost half the cost of buying

    regular stamps. Much cheaper!





    That is a GREAT idea.

    I would have never thought of that. I have all my cards, and never knew what

    to do with them.






    Dee






  2. #2
    Kelly
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    --- In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Dee Bleau <dejeffbleau@...> wrote:

    >

    > Another thing-

    >

    > if you save your cards year after year from other people, here's an

    > idea on how to recycle them. As long as the inside one the left

    side

    > (back of the cover) hasn't been written on, cut the card in half.

    > Draw a line down the middle and use half to write in the address,

    > and the other half to write in a quick Christmas message.

    >

    > No buying cards, and stamps are almost half the cost of buying

    > regular stamps. Much cheaper!

    >

    >

    > That is a GREAT idea.

    > I would have never thought of that. I have all my cards, and

    never knew what to do with them.

    >

    >

    > Dee

    >



    When I get Xmas card and the season is over I tear off the back

    side...keep the front for the following year and use them like a

    postcard.

    Again it is alot cheaper then sending out a normal sized card.



    Kelly in IL










 

 

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