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fun, customize one of those flash-card memory games. Print two photos of family members and friends (pets too!) on card stock . Cut them all to the same size and shape, and pull out that lamination machine if you've got one. Shuffle the cards and
Roses ($50). For cards: The simple yet elegant V-Day cards at PancakeAndFranks.com are made from 100 percent recycled card stock and use only nontoxic inks. Or forget the card: Just flip out the lights and tell your honey how much you care, face
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deals and printable coupons on their websites. Many stores offer electronic coupons that go directly on your store discount card . Stock up on common items when they hit their lowest price. Don't buy a year's supply, just enough to last until the next sale
booklet. Fill it with a poem or personal thoughts and add a photo to make it special. It's easy to make your own invitations at home. Most card stock and vellum can be fed through home computers, allowing you the freedom to get creative.
a movie and a recipe. She scouts video stores for inexpensive, previously viewed movies. Then she handwrites recipes on cardstock to accompany each film, wraps the movies and recipes with a big bow, and delivers them to the busy parents or multiplex
gun. Take the cannoli." Print invites on a red carpet swatch. For a black-tie invite, punch two holes in a piece of cardstock , thread a piece of thick black ribbon through the holes and tie it into a bow tie. The Set Repurpose the silver Swell Glitterati
store she reeled in Big Fish, Stuck on You, and Under the Tuscan Sun ($4 to $8 each). Then she handwrites recipes on cardstock to accompany each film—for example, the Naked Chef's whole salmon baked in newspaper for Big Fish—wraps the DVDs