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happily ever after

May 6, 2011

We’ll be attending a wedding this weekend in central Texas, so I made the bride and groom a little card to go with our gift.  They’re both Texas Aggies, so I used paper from the last annual report I received from the A&M Foundation (coincidentally, my alma mater too).

We think it will be a happy celebration and we’re both looking forward to sharing the joy. 

This method of recycling paper into greeting cards and envelopes is not only green, but very personal too.  Lately I’ve sent two cards of condolence to colleagues and both personally expressed their appreciation that I made my note.  One of them said it was far less depressing than the store-bought variety. 

Just a small way to express thoughtful caring through creativity.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. May 6, 2011 3:23 am

    And yet, another brilliantly creative Diane creation!

    LOVE IT!

    “This method of recycling paper into greeting cards and envelopes is not only green, but very personal too.”

    I totally agree! And would much rather receive a lovely card like the one you share here, than a store-bought card.

    Hands down!

    Hope you and C had a super Thursday!

    X to you both!

  2. May 7, 2011 1:43 pm

    OK. You’ve inspired me. We’re going to a wedding reception tonight, and I’m going to use their announcement for the card to go with their gift.

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