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Christmas Is Coming...

Posted by Red_Confetti (My Page) on
Wed, Oct 6, 04 at 20:17

and you might want to make your own greeting cards.

Here's a tip if you want to gussy up plain envelopes... line them with gold foil. And a really yummy way to get lots of gold foil - for free, sort of - is to eat the large size of Hershey SemiSweet Chocolate bars and save the gold foil wrapper.

I made this autumn card this week for my Mom using metallic maple leaf sequin-type punchies (confetti). I glued a piece of the Hershey wrapper inside the envelope to coordinate with the gold leaves on the tree... looks pretty classy for free, doesn't it!

Here is a link that might be useful: Hershey Bar Gold Foil Envelope Lining

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RE: Christmas Is Coming...

Your cards and envelopes are always so extrodinary. Thank you so much for sharing them.What a perfect excuse for buying Hershey's Semi-sweet bars, they are my favorite.

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