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Does anyone on this forum know where I can purchase..

Posted by catlady15 (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 8, 09 at 9:29

Those clear corners that you can place on paper,to place your pictures in so I can make homemade greeting cards?I post at Kt but love this site too.My daugher in into Photograph.She makes some amazing pictures if I may say so even though she is my daugher and the only child.She has made many,had them size and framed for gifts.So this weekend I was at a flea market and found some Beautiful cards and notice they were made out the lady's own pictures of flowers,etc.,.I seen how she made them.She used the clear corners,stuck them down on the front,than placed her pictures using these corner.I know this is a long post but I wanted to explain what I was looking for.Thanks so so much for any help.Keep up the great work on this forum.Thanks Judy

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RE: Does anyone on this forum know where I can purchase..

I saw them at a small photography store once, but my first thought is that I would look for them at AC Moore. It sounds like something a scrapbooker would use. In fact, if you ask at the Scrapbooking Forum (linked below) I'll bet someone will give you the answer.

Here is a link that might be useful: Scrapbooking Forum

RE: Does anyone on this forum know where I can purchase..

alisande thank you ever so so much for answering my post,and for your time.Thanks also for giving me the forum where I might be able to find these.Thanks for your kindness.Have a blessed day!!!Judy

RE: Does anyone on this forum know where I can purchase..

I use them for scrapbooking, check places like Michaels', Hobby Lobby, AC Moore, even WalMart in the craft department. I prefer the clear ones, that way all you see is picture!

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