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Recycling to a T

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Blablabla1984 Mon 12-Sep-16 10:55:36

I am all about recycling and completely support it but I wanted to see what mumsnetters thought of this:

A friend of mine cuts up the front page of her birthday cards, sticks it on a plain white card paper and re-sends it for someone else’s birthday.

Tacky? Cost effective?

DanceWithThePoets Mon 12-Sep-16 11:42:35

I've never known anyone that's done this - but why not? I really don't think it would bother me if I received a recycled card. It's the thought that counts after all.

I do re-use gift bags though - and I've even had the same bag revisit me a few times!

anonymice Mon 12-Sep-16 11:44:14

I've seen this done. I make Christmas cards into next year's gift tags. I love new cards but I would rather the planet didn't collapse.

OdinsLoveChild Mon 12-Sep-16 11:45:26

I do the gift tag thing too. grin

Lunde Mon 12-Sep-16 11:47:46

I had relatives (students) that cut up the previous year's Christmas cards to make collages for the next year. I thought they were really nice

80sWaistcoat Mon 12-Sep-16 11:48:53

A friend of mine used to do this - she was good at it - they looked really nice and different and sometimes entertainingly rude!

YelloDraw Mon 12-Sep-16 12:41:48

I make Christmas cards into next year's gift tags.

I do that too!

I have also cut out bits and pieces from birthday/christmas cards and stuck them onto card blanks. Looks quite nice if you are selective in what you pick and use good quality card blanks.

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