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I love making scrapbooks, but I just don’t have the time for it anymore. So now, I make small memory books like the one shown above. I like to use greeting cards that I have received to make them – that way I am recycling as well!
Hallmark Valentine’s Day cards
I decided to make one for my husband for Valentine’s Day (to go with his treat bag) but I didn’t have a Valentine’s Day card to use. So, I headed out to Walmart to find a card.
After spending a LONG time looking through all of the fun cards, I finally found the one I wanted to use for my memory book (and 4 other ones to send to friends and family!). The best part? With the Hallmark Card Rewards Program, I earn rewards for the Hallmark cards I buy, no matter where I buy them! It’s easy. For every 5 cards I buy, I earn a reward. So, with these 5 Valentine’s Day cards I will earn a reward. You can start earning rewards for your cards too-just sign up here.
Hallmark card memory book
Armed with this beautiful card I found for my husband, I was ready to create my memory book. Here is how you make a greeting card memory book.
Card stock paper
You can make these memory books using cards for any event. A birthday one filled with past birthday photos? An anniversary card with memories through the years? The possibilities are endless, and Hallmark has perfect cards for any occasion.
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