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      Whenever I see the guests giving their cards dimension, curling petals up etc I can't help thinking how they intend to post the card. It will get flattened in the post unless you make a deep box to put it in, even if you are handing the card over you couldn't use an ordinary envelope but they never say anything about that aspect.

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      They had a gadget / jig especially for making such boxes

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      When I have been watching the demonstraters have mentioned this. Only today on the Serif show Nikki demonstrated the same design of a card - one she had printed out and cut out the various bits and given dimension to in real life, the other she had used the Serif software to create a 3D effect and when showing the two cards she mentioned how the using the CA programne could save on postage and even allow you to send your card in PDF format as an email attachment.

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      I have one of these, Create and Craft, Ideal World, craft shops, Hobbycraft, sell them: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=0aSPjASXsw8

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