Double Your Kindness

Double Thank You

I was overwhelmed with beautiful words of ‘Kindness’ from everyone who has visited my blog in the last few days.  These four cards are the perfect way to say “THANK YOU” for your kind emails, comments, and for those of you who now follow my paper journey.

I truly enjoyed reading your messages of support and appreciation for our military.  We truly are a great nation and I am proud to serve.

I love making cards and sharing them with my fellow Airmen.  I especially enjoy making sets, like these for my down-line, Circle of Pals.  They all share in Mary Fish’s awesome leadership and benefits.  We have an awesome virtual group and we give each other support and lots of encouragement.  Many of my Pals have sent me dozens of cards and I always share them on our private blog.

They have made this deployment an enjoyable one.  Everyday I check with our Xray Technician who doubles as our mailman and then we all gather around just to see what kind of card I have received.  It’s amazing the journey a card will take to reach me… I LOVE IT!

I get all the oooo’s and ahhhh’s and they comment on the cards.  This weekend I’m fixin’ to put some card kits together, so I can pass them around at work and they can make one for themselves.  My target?  The men!  LoL.

Until the Next Post…

Take a LQQK at the awesome kits and get one for yourself.
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About Maggie

I'm a Graphic Art Designer and Greeting Card Maker. It's a form of therapy and I love what I do, so I never have to work a day in my life. It's my win-win situation after a 25-year Air Force career as a hospital administrator.


  1. Wow Maggie!!! These are great. I like how you reversed the sizes of the cards. And, yup! The paper bows are awesome! I would love to learn how to make them too! No hurries, no worries. I love the dahlia buttons and how you used them too. Thanks so much for sharing!

  2. Awesome Maggie! Get those men crafting too. It will relieve some of their stress. You are like a therapist!
    Love ya!


  3. Jennifer Greania

    The paper bows really do rock, Maggie! Way cute 😉

  4. Haha~Good luck with the men! But that will be fun. I love the bows you made. Will you tell me how to make them?
    Stay safe

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