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From December 2008 through December 2011- our group of ladies have sent 6,117 cards to the troops.


Tuesday, October 30, 2007

The Holidays

These are 2 of the paper piecings that I had on sale for the Bayou Segnette Sale.

Christmas is right around the corner and I have to get started on my christmas cards. Last year I made 40 cards and mailed out 35 of them. They were so fun to make. Last year i went over to the Scrapbook Cottage and did a Christmas Card Workshop.

I heard from a few of my nieces and nephews and they really enjoyed their Halloween cards and the treats inside the card.

I would like to get started with a few Thanksgiving cards to sent to a few special people on my list. Any one has any ideas on Thanksgiving cards.

One of the Scrappin Packin Mommas dropped this request in my email box about sending Recovering American Soliders. Well I have already addressed 5 of my left over cards from last year and they are ready for mailing. Which I will do at the beginning of December.

here is the information if you are interested in sending Christmas greeting to an Recovering American Solider.

I'm sure many of you are currently writing cards to friends and family. If you can, please send an extra one to our American military heroes who are recuperating from wounds this Holiday Season. Please enclose a short note thanking them for their service and personal sacrifice. They are the protectors of our freedom, we must let them know that we appreciate their sacrifices.

Your small act of kindness will be greatly appreciated.

Here's the address...
A Recovering American Soldier

c/o Walter Reed Army Medical Center
6900 Georgia Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20307-5001

If you would, please send a card & forward this message to your email friends.

patty * memorycollector * paper piecing Patty * Momma 411


My Paper World said...

fab piecings Patty, you are so talented! I love to visit your blog!

Flossie's Follies said...

These are great, I do some paper piecing, but certainly nothing to talk about and no where near your beautiful work.

Anonymous said...

Oh I love those piecings favourite has to be cool is he :D
A wonderful idea to send a card to the recovering soldiers thanks for sharing :D

Ila said...

Wow! These are both Fabulous!! Your work is wonderful!!