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Fri, Oct 19, 01 at 12:38

Hi, I'm thinking of making painted greeting cards for the holidays, any suggestions would be great. I think I will stick with one stroke simply because I can make the cards quickly. Any Ideas on prices as well? Thanks

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RE: painted greeting cards

I plan on doing the same thing. I bought a package of cards with envelops for 3.50 it has 25 cards and envelopes in it. I waited for a coupon of 30% off. This will save money. I plan on using them for birthdays and such.

RE: painted greeting cards

Don't forget to use floating medium with your paint so the cards won't suck up all your paint:)


RE: painted greeting cards

go to plaidonline and look under projects they have a cute Christmas card there with a pin(optional), also a bookmark that you could always use on a card.

RE: painted greeting cards

I looked all through any painting projects at plaid, and never did find the card you were talking about
Can you be more specific please?

RE: painted greeting cards

It's called Santa on ice card. On page 5 of the projects. Try going to the site again. Don't type anything in the search area. Click on the arrow beside the entire site listing and click on projects. Then press go. This should bring up the projects. There should be 24 pages, with this project located on page 5.
If this doesn't work (hope it will) go back to search and type santa on ice card.
Let me know if it worked for you.

RE: painted greeting cards

YAY!!!!!!! Thanx mary, I found it!!!!!!

RE: drawings for children

I want to make some cards with animal, children, bears drawings that I can colour in etc . Can anyone tell me a site I could go to?? thanks

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