Tracy Thomson
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"52 Things I Love About You" Make a table on Microsoft Word, find a cute font, type your 52 things up and print on card stock. I used scrapbooking tape to stick the card stock onto the playing card then laminated the cards and cut them out, ending with punching a hole in each card and tying together with ribbons. *DO NOT mod podge the cards! They will end up sticking together and it'll make a big mess and you won't be able to pull the cards apart--I learned this the hard way

"52 Things I Love About You" Make a table on Microsoft Word, find a cute font, type your 52 things up and print on card stock. I used scrapbooking tape to stick the card stock onto the playing card then laminated the cards and cut them out, ending with punching a hole in each card and tying together with ribbons. *DO NOT mod podge the cards! They will end up sticking together and it'll make a big mess and you won't be able to pull the cards apart--I learned this the hard way

Gummy fish, gummy worms, gummy bears, and Reese's pieces! Cute little addition to the hubby's anniversary gift! Cheap, simple, and creative! He loved it! He then followed to empty one of the jars, add sour keys, and write a cute note that ended with "you hold the key to my heart". Clever. Another jar you could add.

Gummy fish, gummy worms, gummy bears, and Reese's pieces! Cute little addition to the hubby's anniversary gift! Cheap, simple, and creative! He loved it! He then followed to empty one of the jars, add sour keys, and write a cute note that ended with "you hold the key to my heart". Clever. Another jar you could add.

When your husband is away for work all the time and you need to spice things up a bit, try these 50 texts to keep your husband Day Dreaming!

When your husband is away for work all the time and you need to spice things up a bit, try these 50 texts to keep your husband Day Dreaming!

"52 Things I Love About You" Make a table on Microsoft Word, find a cute font, type your 52 things up and print on card stock. I used scrapbooking tape to stick the card stock onto the playing card then laminated the cards and cut them out, ending with punching a hole in each card and tying together with ribbons. *DO NOT mod podge the cards! They will end up sticking together and it'll make a big mess and you won't be able to pull the cards apart--I learned this the hard way

"52 Things I Love About You" Make a table on Microsoft Word, find a cute font, type your 52 things up and print on card stock. I used scrapbooking tape to stick the card stock onto the playing card then laminated the cards and cut them out, ending with punching a hole in each card and tying together with ribbons. *DO NOT mod podge the cards! They will end up sticking together and it'll make a big mess and you won't be able to pull the cards apart--I learned this the hard way