How to write an adorable card to share with someone

NEW YORK — A new paper size card from the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and the University at Buffalo is inspiring people to share their favorite memories and share more with friends.

The paper size version of the card has a unique design, but is the most practical size, with the width and height being set at a ratio of 0.7.

Its a cute little way to share a few personal details with friends, and it’s even better when you can put it on your Facebook page and see people sharing it with you.

The researchers tested the card with 20 college students, and found it was more popular with women, younger people, and students with lower socioeconomic status.

They found that people who shared the card were also more likely to share it on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram, and they were more likely than those who did not to ask their friends to share the card.

“What makes the card so useful is that it has an elegant design that has a bit of personality,” said Dr. Tania Rieser, who led the study with the paper’s lead author, Dr. Matthew A. Dickson, an assistant professor of social work.

“It’s a little bit like a small, little piece of paper, and that makes it easy to share to your friends.”

They’re also very effective on Facebook because of the unique design.

There is no need to change the font, colors, or other details in order to make it easy for people to read, and there are fewer words on the card than you’d expect.

It was so effective at sharing memories and telling a story that it led to some people sharing their own memories on social media. 

“People share memories, they share stories, and their memories and their stories are often shared in their own communities,” said Riesers.

This type of card has been used in many different ways throughout history, but the paper size format was developed to be as simple and easy to read as possible.

Dr. Dutton said that while the size is not the easiest way to write a message, people do tend to read small versions of cards, so there are a few tricks to make sure that it’s easy to pick up and remember.

“We know that people do find it easier to remember the details of their experiences,” said Dutton.

“For example, they’ll often write their memories in a smaller format.

So we can make sure they get the most out of the paper format.”

He also recommends people take a moment to look at their own photos to make the card look a little more personal.

As far as how the card will work in the classroom, he said that the professor who created it will be able to make adjustments in the future, but for now, they’ve decided to go with a standard 4.5 by 7 by 5 inch card.

Dr. Riesert said that she thinks it’s important to keep a few simple rules when sharing memories.

“You can’t tell people they’re embarrassing, you can’t show them you don’t care,” she said.

“If you have to show your friend the card, it will look silly.”