Margy brings a fresh perspective to employee recognition with her unique, cleverly designed pop-up greeting cards. What I appreciate about Margy’s business model is that it’s built on the foundation that every human being deserves to be acknowledged and appreciated for who they are and not just what they do. When Margy shares her cards, they are received with “oohs and ahs”. Her cards are truly one-of-a-kind and a treasure for any employee, volunteer, or individual to receive.
Margy’s work has a unique style that really appeals to us. Margy’s beautiful hand-made cards are carefully and creatively crafted and deliver both a heart-felt message and a touch of fun. She was able to reflect our company image and deliver just the right tone and quality for our holiday cards. Margy was also a real pleasure to work with – very accommodating to our preferences and right on time with delivery.
Denis LavoieSound Web Solutions
I take a lot of pleasure and pride in sending them (the Moving Messages cards) out to people. The cards are absolutely awesome! The people who receive them just love them.
Sharon Moulds, Executive DirectorChief Seattle Council
Margy created some terrific thank you cards for me for an Annual Fund campaign I was running. The concept was creative and exactly in line with what I was trying to achieve. She did a fantastic job. I had people coming back to ME thanking me for the extra special appreciation effort. It was just what I was looking for.
Dave Ryan(Volunteer) Annual Fund Committee Chairman, The Logan School
Margy’s strength, enthusiasm and determination are inspiring. Her ability to move things forward with compassion and grace helps us move mountains and change lives.
Jen Newman (former volunteer)
I just showed the new- special -Thank-yous for our new Dining Hall donors (to a friend)…….he LOVED IT!!!! As do I!!! I told him he gets one if he writes a check!!!
Joanne (this card was designed for a capital campaign for a non-profit organization)
I received a (Moving Messages) card from a friend in the mail and I loved it! I want to present them at our next sales meeting. I hope we will get some made.
Margy taught me what it means to work hard for what you believe in, both practically and emotionally. I’ve found myself thinking sometimes, what would Margy do in this situation? How can I be creative and continue to stand up for what I believe in, even when things get tough.