Can we laminate things we send to our child or use contact paper?

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Lex Mcmahan

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Sierra, Employee

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Hi Lex! That depends on what you want to send to your child. As a general rule, almost everything that is sent to your sponsored child is scanned before being sent on, so whether or not you laminate it would not make too much of a difference. Only the following items will be physically delivered to your child: Stickers, bookmarks, and musical greeting cards. Everything else you send will be scanned, and the scanned image will be sent to your child. :)
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Lex Mcmahan

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Thanks for getting back with me. I know this may sound redundant but would you guys give the physical copies of pop up cards to the kids?
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Lex Mcmahan

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Another question to add to this. Sorry for the confusion. Could we use chipboard in our pop up cards if we can send them. http://www.oren-intl.com/blog/what-is... I have attached a link that explains what it is. Number four is specific to the use I would do.
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Hi Lex! You can send pop-up cards, which will be sent physically to the children in the mail. Do be aware that if the card has any writing on it at all, it also has to be scanned in order to have the words translated. We recommend writing your actual letter on another piece of paper if you do not wish the card to be scanned. Are you making your own pop-up cards and using chipboard in them?