Published at Wednesday, January 31st, 2018 - 04:40:41 AM. . By Kathleen Fields.
Of course, when you have as many contacts as I do, it gets rather expensive to keep up with all the birthdays and anniversaries, which is why Ive started sending animated greeting cards instead of traditional ones. There are hundreds of websites out there that offer free animated greeting cards that can be personalized and sent via e-mail to anyone I want. They run the gamut from sentimental to funny, from sweet to obnoxious, and everything in between, so I have quite a lot of flexibility when making my choices. Plus, the greetings are frequently updated, giving me new options every few months or so.
How You Can Make Your Own Lei: First, you need to buy 40-50 flowers which you like most. The petals are very important when making your own lei, so you just need to separate them in a cooler place on the top of the plastic bag. After that, you should cut off your thin string around 30-40 inches depending on what is your grad length. Once you cut your string the next thing you have to do is knot one end a few times so its working like a stopper when you thread your flowers. Also, you need to leave some knot to connect both ends of your lei. Then tie the other end of your string with the needle.
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