Here’s the situation.  What do you do?

You need to make a card – but about 40 people need to sign it.  That’s kind of hard with a standard 4-1/4″ x 5-1/2″ handmade card unless everyone is writing in teeny tiny letters.

What would you do?

PSST! We posted this card & yesterday’s card from our stamp room instead of our regular computer. I’m thinking the color looks different. Does it look okay to you? You’d tell us if it wasn’t right, right?

So because they second part of this project isn’t done yet, we’ll show you our first step of how we are handling the situation with a 5-1/2″ square card.  That’s a start in adding extra room for everyone’s autograph.

Large Birthday CardAnd now I’m wondering why we don’t make more extra large cards like this.  Well, part of it is that a smaller square card will fit in a standard envelope and not cots any extra postage.

Envelope Punch Board to the rescue!  That’s how we made the custom envelope and sometimes the extra postage is worth it.

If you want to make a card like this, we’d love to help.  Just click on the Stampin’ Up! product images for details and an easy & safe online shopping experience.  (Not to mention a reusable handmade card from us sent to your home.)

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