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JustWrite Journaling Cards by Maggie

If you're looking for bright, happy, fun, and easy cards to make, look no further! Maggie Holmes has created a pair of cards that will knock your socks off:

Cards by Maggie HolmesSupplies: Secret Garden Paper (35294) - The Classics, Oliver Twist Paper (35296) - The Classics, Plastic Rose Brads (85522) - Elements, Metal Rose Brads (85513) - Elements, Dear Lizzy Enchanted Assorted Brads (85521) - Elements, Love Plastic Buttons (85509) - Elements, City Park Plastic Buttons (85518) - Elements, Love Decorative Tags (85111) - Bits, Dear Lizzy Enchanted Journaling Tickets (64005) - JustWrite, Love Journaling Cards (64001) - JustWrite, The Classics Journaling Cards (64006) - JustWrite, Eternal (72005) - Delights, Mini Jewel Brads (85280) - Elements, Soft Black (6113) - Memory Marker

Maggie shares, "It seems like I am always in need of a generic card to use for a birthday, thank you, or just to tell a friend I am thinking of them. And as a scrapbooker you would think that I would always use handmade cards... But sadly I admit that I typically end up using the store bought ones because I tend to not plan ahead in this area. Oops! So I decided that the best solution would be to plan ahead and start trying to make cards in advance, when I have the time. They are quick and easy to make and they are also a great way to use up your scraps after you have created a layout and all of your supplies are still out. I made both of these cards generic with a basic color scheme. I also left a spot on the front of both of them blank so that I could write in whatever message I need when it comes time to use the card. Now I am excited to say that the next two cards I send will be handmade and full of love! :)"

That's a great idea to make cards ahead of time and then add the sentiment later! Thanks for the tip Maggie - lovely cards!

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