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Making a card help

Posted by mary_ann_md (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 7, 06 at 20:09

Hello to all you nice folks. Our son gave us a wonderful surpise 40th Anniversary Party. It was terrific. Now I want to send out the thank you's and I want to do something a little different. I thought about sending a picture from our wedding or from the party or both. But I want a really different way to do it. For my son and my niece who helped him I want to make up a little album of then and now. Any ideas on the card making itself or on the wording? It does not matter it all the wording is the same for them all. I was thinking of maybe a church shape card or something different. Please help me. TIA
Mary_Ann_MD


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RE: Making a card help

I love the idea of a photo of then and now. How about a simple card with a small photo from your wedding at the top and a small photo from the party at the bottom. In between stamp the simple word "Thanks". Inside you can write your note to each person. If you want to dress it up a bit you can matt each photo, using your wedding colors. Good luck.
Sue


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