Last week, when I was taking down my Christmas cards (I clothespin them to a giant framed piece of chicken wire. I'll have to show you sometime...) Anyways. When I was taking down the cards, I fell in love with one that was sent to us from my husband's grandmother. The vintage Santa was just too cool to recycle, so I decided he was going to be repurposed. I cut Santa and the sentiment out of the front of the card and used it on the following layout about our Christmas Eve tradition...
The journaling reads: Every Christmas Eve the girls get to open their "Christmas jammies". This year they were pink with frogs and a polka dot robe.
**Everything on this layout (except santa and the "jolly good cheer") came from the January TSM kit!!!
You could take all those cards you have and punch them into tags for next years gifts, or drop them off at your local Elementary School (they use them to make wrapping paper for the handmade gifts the kids make).
Kim Garner took all her photo cards and created layouts with all the photos...
Reduce, Reuse, Recycle!