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Printing Online – Bookmarks

What a cool way to love a book – giving it some company while it waits for the reader. A bookmark has always been that for a book. Believed to date back to medieval times in the early 1500’s, when a disc made of a material called Vellum or leather was used to set aside a place on a page to return to. This was especially popular, at that time, for the writers or authors of books.

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Statement Machine

The one-handed, battery-powered, arduino-controlled, statement machine! txtBOMBER allows you to roll out any sentiment you so desire just by moving it along a flat surface. According

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Paper Art

charles clary is an emerging american artist who specializes in creating relief sculptures using layers of
hand cut paper. clary’s work is tactile and colourful and extremely intricate. each piece is composed
of multiple layers of paper that are stacked on top of each other to pop out from the wall or move
inwards.

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Vintage Snowman Christmas Cards

The Christmas Card was created with lithography on stiff cardboard (5 1/8 X 3 ¼ inches) in dark sepia. The card itself was divided into a center with two side panels; one on each side. This Christmas Greeting Card was sold on the market for one shilling each; only 1,000 copies were made.

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Not so Vintage Western Christmas Cards

The Christmas Card was created with lithography on stiff cardboard (5 1/8 X 3 ¼ inches) in dark sepia. The card itself was divided into a center with two side panels; one on each side. This Christmas Greeting Card was sold on the market for one shilling each; only 1,000 copies were made.

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Vintage Christmas Cards

The Christmas Card was created with lithography on stiff cardboard (5 1/8  X 3 ¼ inches) in dark sepia. The card itself was divided into a center with two side panels; one on each side. This Christmas Greeting Card was sold on the market for one shilling each; only 1,000 copies were made.

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Vintage Aviation Christmas Cards

Aviator Amelia Earhart and husband George Putnam sent these Christmas Cards in the 1930’s to their family and friends. It was at this time that aviation became widely popular, and then followed by the World War II, many different aviation greeting cards were sent.

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Thanksgiving Planner

When you plan your Thanksgiving, make sure you consider when you need to start thawing out the bird in your timetable; you don’t want the bird to spoil and you don’t want to pop it in the oven while it’s still frozen. Nothing could be worse that trying to carve a perfect looking turkey, only to find that the inside is still rock solid!

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Thanksgiving Jam Labels

Thanksgiving is creeping up, you’ve probably already started planning how you’re going to roast the turkey this year, how to make your potatoes, yams, gravy, sweet carrots, rolls, and everything else involved. But have you considered getting some simple favors for your guests? Or the other way around, if you’ve been invited to attend one or several thanksgiving events, have you thought about what to take with you?

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Trees for Humanity

Many companies are supporting these types of movements, we all know that we need to start from something; even a little living change can make a great and huge change over the planet. There’s a green initiative by 4over4.com

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