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May 5, 2012


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As soon as married, combined race partners encounter far more decisions concerning vacation traditions, non secular worship and kids.

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That looks amazing!


Brilliant!!! I have boxes and boxes of old postcards and Valentines and have long puzzled over how to use them. This is such a clever and beautiful way to enjoy treasured cards! Gorgeous!

Michelle Frae Cummings

I LOVE anything miniature and these are just darling! :)


What a clever take on using vintage post cards! Very cute!

Molly Smith

These are awesome charms, Melony! Enjoyed reading your process in making them. I hope they sell out!

Debra Quartermain

These are charming, such a vintage feel!

Terry Ricioli

What a great way to incorporate the postcards into jewelry!


Hi Melony!
I love these! I've been collecting vintage postcards for about a year now...got the bug from my dad as he has a vast collection from his hometown in NH. I made a wall quilt for him using images scanned onto fabric, but really love this idea. Thanks!

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