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Hi. Where do you make them? We have recieved one and I have seen them on here . Do you print them yourselves on cardstock or do you do them online?
 

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I know a lot of people probably make them on line. Since I've done scrapbooking, I buy cardstock and envelopes from Michaels and make my own with photos I take. I like to do that with my photography, putting together several cards as notecard gifts for people too.
 

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I've used vistaprint.com and also psprint.com and have had good results. they are not very expensive. vistaprint is better if you are less computer saavy but ps print has recycled paper which is nice.
 

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This time around I made valentine photo cards with Walmart 1-hr photo. You can submit your order online and then choose to either pick it up in store at the 1hr photo center, or have them shipped to you.

Walgreens also has the same type of thing, and then there are lots of online only places like seehere.com, shutterfly, snapfish, tinyprints, etc. Some let you only order 1 card per design if you want, and others are better for Christmas cards where you may have to order 10+ of a single design.

The Walmart cards I made for our Valentine buddies were 44 cents each. :)
 

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I was wondering the same! The card that Tyler sent to Emma looked great :thumbsup:
 

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I use the Hallmark site to do my cards. They have online ones and ones they mail for you or send to you to mail.
 

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I have a Hallmark program on my computer I can use their ready made cards or make my own and use clipart and my own pictures. I buy card paper at Staples.
 

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I use snapfish.com. The cards are at all different price points. It all depends on what you want. I don't have a color printer, so printing cards at home isn't an option for me.
 

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Cool! I am going to check out the sites listed. Cindy - the card you made for Boomer was so adorable. I love the message inside and back.

Susan - how long have you been scrapbooking? I love rubber stamping (my SM name is Stampin4fun). I love paper, ink, stickles, bling, you name it!
 
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