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Does any one do cards. I love to make them and give them to people. 

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Yep!  I rubber stamp and have been for years!  However, I am a working mom, so having the time is always an issue.

Do you rubber stamp?

Yes I rubber stamp to. 

Love stamping up stamps. I too enjoy making cards and Scrapbooking
I love stamping/card making. I just made some CD cases for the CD's I made of my son's Swear In Ceremony.....for those that couldn't attend. Been using red/white/blue so much.....have to reorder. ☺
Me! But haven't made any lately.

Love making and sending handmade stamped cards!!!♥

I love soap making and is considering making and donate my handmade soaps as care packages for those are being deployed.  The Qty is very limited due to I worked 2 jobs and only time I have left is Saturday and Sunday morning.  I do believe my Olive olive/ coconut oil and Tea Tree oil base soap will help those who are currently serving on board.

Can someone please help me. I made some cards, and here was what I wanted to do. I made the card with a stamped envelope. I wrote my son and stuck the letter in the card. Then put the card in it's envelope in an external envelope and adressed it. That way when my son get's his mail he will be able to in turn use the enclosed card to write to family and friends. However, the whole thing weighs about 1.3 oz. I had to purchase the 2 oz stamps. Will this cause him issues?

Yes, he will most likely have to open the card in front of the RDC since it requires extra postage. What the RDC does then is up to the RDC. There may be no problems or there could be IT. It will depend on if your recruit or the division needs extra "help" and the RDC's mood. See the info in Letter Writing & Fun Stuff/Questionnaires to send to your Recruit.

Check your My Page.

I love making cards. Anyone interested in doing a card swap? we could send them to our sailors to use .


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