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Subject: Making Cards Books
Date Posted: 9/12/2007 4:02 PM ET
Member Since: 8/3/2007
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I am looking for a card making book if anyone has one on their book shelf!

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Date Posted: 9/19/2007 3:55 PM ET
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I'm not ready to part with mine, but here's a hint:  the Stampin' Up and Close to My Heart product catalogs are FILLED with photos of finished cards.  Dealers get a new product catalog every year.  See if you can find a dealer that would be willing to part with an outdated catalog.  It wouldn't give detailed how-tos, but it would give you lots of ideas & inspiration.  Good luck.

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Date Posted: 9/28/2007 9:16 PM ET
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I'm going to second Brigid's call for Crafters to release some of their craft books into the Paperback Swap Stream. I know the temptation to hoard them is strong, but there must be a few that you could let go of. Make a crafter's wish come true. It's good swapping karma.

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Date Posted: 9/30/2007 1:38 PM ET
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Keep you eyes peeled... I may be posting some soon... wanna buy my rubber stamps?  hahahaha

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Date Posted: 9/30/2007 10:57 PM ET
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I find that Paper Crafts is a cheap, easy way to get ideas!  I have a 2 year subscription that only cost me $24.95!!!  It's chock full of ideas...and when you're done with it you can recycle them.  :)