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Cards for Troops

Cards for Troops Campaign.
This is my third year and privelege to assist in collecting handmade Holiday greeting cards from around the country and donating them to units that make sure these cards reach actual military serving overseas. The soldiers were so appreciative to have these cards to send messages home to family and friends during the holidays. We are pleased to be a part of this again this year. and we hope you will join us.

1. Cards must come with envelopes
Tip: buy the envelopes first and make the cards to fit inside
2. Cards should be shipped with the back of the card inside the envelope and the front of the card outside the envelope. (1/2 in 1/2 out) this makes it easier for them to look at the cards, to choose which they like, as well and helps the envelopes not to be separated from the cards. If you get creative and there is not a way to put the cards 1/2 in and 1/2 out, then please ship them in clear bags, or envelopes so they dont get separated.
tip: http://www.clearbags.com sells clear envelopes that are inexpensive and a great way to send us your cards. and if you buy from them and enter our group code CP1010, they will donate 5% of your purchases to Scrapbook Royalty.

1. Cards should be rectangle and up to 4 1/4 x 5 1/2 will ship for regular postage.
tip: square envelopes cost extra to send.

2. if you decorate the front with 3d embellishments or chunky glitter, it helps to include a blank piece of paper to place on the front of the cards to protect it when shipping.

Please mail to
Scrapbook Royalty
Cards for Troops
PO Box 910665
San Diego, CA 92121
by November 1st

A great way to use up your stash!

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