By Susan Terry
Why accept store-bought? mix paper crafts with materials to make specific, expressive distinctive playing cards. writer Susan Terry offers directions for twelve present tags and greater than fifty memorable playing cards that would be loved lengthy after advertisement playing cards will be landfill. and since each one card is hand-crafted, every one card is a private expression, a considerate little present in itself. significant fees, certain gildings, and suggestions for adapting playing cards to varied events suggest crafters will continually have a stunning card up their sleeve.
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