Wow, what a line up of fantastic All Occasion Cards we have this year. Think of anything your business would like to say to your clients, customers, or employees. Create an impression and remind people with a special thank you how they have contributed to making your business successful.
We have a variety of styles, and are mindful of how important it is to have eco-friendly, green card options. We have more cards on recycled paper than ever before, and almost all of our inks are soy based. Our cards are attractive, friendly, and thoughtful. These are just a few. Visit our All Occasion Cards section to see them all.
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Someone just asked if Black Magic is being faithful to Cricket now that they are married. In spite of a brief flirtation with a gorgeous Chiuaua named named Juliette, not only has Magic been faithful, but Cricket and Black Magic have become so close they are becoming a team.
Recently they were thrilled by a “hand dance” routine by Irish dancers Cleary & Harding’s “We No Speak Americano.” While not as polished, they did some brief rehearsal and put this video together.
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Cricket & Black returned in their wedding attire as special surprise guests at the PALS Animal Rescue fundraiser. The fundraiser for animal rescue was held at Hawthorne Hotel, where they honeymooned, and the fashion show fundraiser ended with a special highlight on wedding dress. Cricket & Black Magic were glad to help out a good cause and a good time was had by all.
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We are delighted for all that Cricket does as a member of Therapy Dogs International. Cricket achieved her AKC Canine Good Citizen early, and was awarded a special ribbon of distinction for her outstanding behavior by AKC. She passed her Therapy Dogs International test easily and has gone on to serve the comforting needs of humans, especially in hospitals and elder care services.
These are drawings done for Cricket to enjoy, created by a couple of children that she visited.