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Each half will make one card. BERIBBONED CARD 2a. Mark the middle of one long edge 2b. lightly with pencil. Fold the two narrow edges to the pencil mark. Erase the mark. This card features handmade textured paper and a ribbon closure. Raffia is attached to the back of the card with tape, brought around, and tied in front. Narrow ribbon may also be used. 3a. 3b. ---- . This shows the basic card folded with two equal flaps on the front. Completed Gate Card. CUTOUT DECORATIONS Gate cards may be designed with mirror images of cutouts glued opposite each other, illustrated with a card made by children in a Chinese school.

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