Thanksgiving cards, Hanukkah cards, Christmas cards, New Year’s cards and more.
What do you do with the pile of well wishes you receive from family, friends and business associates after the holiday season ends?
A local business franchise called Stampin’ Up, part of an international company started in 1988, has a low-cost solution: recycle and reuse those festive cards.
Stampin’ Up offers a host of gadgets and gizmos to help hobbyists take old greeting cards and punch, cut and slice the artwork in a way that allows you to make new greeting cards. Besides being environmentally friendly, this creative hobby is one the whole family can enjoy together.
Learn more in the video below about this company’s products and services and give some thought to saving — and reusing — those cards that come in your mail.
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