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Pop Up Cards for Sale, all types. Thanksgiving, Religious, Thomas Kinkade, Butterfly, Flower, Baseball and much more. Making and How to make pop up cards.
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Holiday, love, and thank you cards are effective ways to communicate important feelings to people you care about. Everyone regardless of age feels great when they receive an unexpected card in the mail especially a pop up card.
The card shown here has a delightful wheel barrel that is just filled to overflowing with flowers. You can imagine that I will hang on to this one.
Even with the rise of Internet greetings, pop out cards are still as popular as ever. They can be found at bookstores, Wal-Mart type stores and the Internet. I collect cards and have many that pop out from 90 years ago. They became popular then and are still a fun way to send a greeting.
When you send someone a card their heart is warmed and they are given the message that you care about them. Most cards are used for birthday and Christmas but they are also great for saying thank you or that you miss them. Taking the time to prepare a card means a lot to most people.
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Birthdays are always special occasions. And it warms your heart when someone thinks of you. This card above shows a fun three-layer cake and even has a plate and fork waiting for you to use to eat it. It does look good enough to eat. You won't be throwing this card away anytime soon.
One time I took a beloved cat to the veterinarian to be put down. It was a sad event because the cat was greatly loved and the sickness was hard to deal with. A couple of days later I received a card from the vets office and it was hand written expressing their sympathy for my lost. It made me cry.
I still have some cards that were given to me as a child. My mother kept them for me and now I want to keep them as well. Pop up cards are the most special with its 3D picture jumping out at you and delighting you with all their colorful images.