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aperture cards 08 Feb 2015 09:45 #127185

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Carol Doak's website also sells these:

www.caroldoak.com/store.php

You need to scroll down to find them.
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aperture cards 14 Jan 2015 13:36 #126133

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Anne forget Hobbycraft they have a very limited range and colours. PDA are loads cheaper, heaps of textures and colours, service is great. www.pdacardandcraft.co.uk

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aperture cards 14 Jan 2015 11:38 #126124

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www.hobbycraft.co.uk/advancedsearchresults.aspx?query=hobbycraft-a6-oval-aperture-cards-white-10-pack
Hi Yvonne, here is the link maybe you have something like this in the states.
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aperture cards 14 Jan 2015 10:53 #126114

Thank you Judith. I will try
Yvonne
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aperture cards 14 Jan 2015 10:12 #126102

Thank you Anne. I have tried many different ways online. The only ones I could find were in the UK. I was trying to find somewhere here in the US.. I also have tried hobby shops, paper places all to no avail. Is Hobby Craft the vendor in the UK? I will try to find them online.
Again thank you for your reply.
Yvonne
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aperture cards 14 Jan 2015 08:25 #126095

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Here in the UK you can get them from Hobby Craft.
I should think you can get them easily from card making shops or online.
Good luck
Anne
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aperture cards 14 Jan 2015 00:50 #126086

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Hi Yvonne,
I use watercolor greeting cards. They are made to insert small watercolor paintings in the front of the card.
Jerry's Artarama and Dick Blick carry them, among others.
Just Google "Watercolor greeting cards."

Judith
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aperture cards 13 Jan 2015 12:12 #126052

I am looking to find a vendor that sells aperture cards, oval, square. I do a lot of quilting plus I do machine embroidery which I like to make greeting cards by inserting the embroidery or small quilting designs. My supplier is no longer in service. Tried another vendor but quality of cards not as good. I have tried many areas all to no avail. Just wondering if anyone has any suggestions where I might find a supplier.
Thank you, Yvonne
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