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What to write is a graduation card!!

Posted by rodeocowgirl (My Page) on
Thu, Jun 1, 06 at 19:18

If any of you could please help me, I have two friends that are graduating she is graduating to high school and he is graduating from high school. I have already bought the cards his has a dog on the front and it says "You've Graduated" on the front and it says "Congratulations" on the inside.

And hers has a teddy bear on the front and says "Happy Graduation To a Specian Freind" on the front and on the inside it says "May You're Graduation Day Be As Special To You As You're Friendship is to me Congratulations"

I just dont know what to say in it if you could help I would appreciate it.
Thanks
Amy


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RE: What to write is a graduation card!!

My favorite quote for graduations is by Thoreau:
" . . . if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours."

A cute one I saw a long time ago--"4 years ago I couldn't even spell graduate, no I is one."


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RE: What to write is a graduation card!!

With all the good posts and comments, I want to tell you all about two good graduation websites and places I found for graduation invitations announcements cards,

http://www.cardsshoppe.com/productlist.asp?catid=10
http://www.graduationcardsshop.com/

Each site has an extensive collection of graduation wording ideas, verses and sayings that helped me out tremendously. I ordered from both these sites for two of my kids graduations and was very pleased with the unique and exclusive cards at very good prices. The thing I really liked was their same day shipping. I always recommend these two sites to all my family and friends.

Sarah Porter


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