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  • tommy b. 2 years ago
    Today
  • lisa r. 2 years ago
    Wonderful
  • erica m. 2 years ago
    A fire station is not likely to accept decorations that are possible fire hazards. Just saying.
  • Ann M. 2 years ago
    A good idea, but I recycle mine.
  • Debra B. 2 years ago
    I work with special needs students, providing Occupational Therapy services for the 34 years now. I save my Christmas cards and reuse the front part of the card. The students love making choices from my cards and often make more than one! We make new Christmas cards folding construction paper into cards, then cutting out the card or parts of the card, gluing and and lastly writing inside of them. This is a way for them to use scissor skills, learn how to squeeze the correct amount of glue from a bottle, and to work on handwriting skills. They are so proud to give a handmade Christmas card. We also cut out felt circles and then cut a smaller circle from a Christmas card and glue onto the felt. punch a hole and add ribbon, glitter, beads, sequins, etc. for a Christmas ornament. Put a sticker on the back with their name and date made, and you have created a memory that will be used for years to come on the tree!
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