Although I’m going to keep this blog active so the archives are available, I’m no longer going to be actively posting to it. It’s time to focus on other things, like my http://youjusthavetolaugh.wordpress.com blog, about all things happy. And don’t forget to check out http://hometownholidays.wordpress.com on occasion, especially near holiday season. You can always read what Tony and I are up to at http://tonyandlisa.wordpress.com and see what crafts I’ve recently created at http://lisacraftcreations.wordpress.com . So, don’t be a stranger. Stop by at one of my other blogs and say howdy on occasion! Best wishes, Lisa
In the article I mentioned in the last post, the author gave ideas for recycling Christmas cards. I’m not sure about you, but mine are still around, waiting to be thrown out, or recycled. Now, you can recycle them with your papers, I believe, but how about this idea: turn them into Christmas ornaments by cutting out circles and attaching them to make a ball? I did this as a child growing up ( I think as a craft in school?) and I really enjoyed it. The article I read said to take it a step further, and hang a tag with the year the ornament was made on it. Good idea! Here are a few other ideas for recycling your Christmas cards.
Do you have any ways to recycle greeting cards? If you do, please let me know.
Have a good day!