Cover Verse: What It Means to Be an American To believe in the promise of a better tomorrow, and stand united in our efforts to give a peaceful nation to our children... To honor each other's differences and cherish the richness of our history, even as it continues to unfold from sea to shining sea... To love deeply our friends and family, day by day, and never take for granted the privilege of calling ourselves American. Inside Verse: America we are more than a people, we are a family. Happy 4th of July
Cover Verse: "May the sun in his course visit no land more free, more happy, more lovely, than this our own country!" --Daniel Webster Inside Verse: Harold, Let us celebrate today and every day our freedom, our pride, our country! Happy Fourth of July
Whether youre typing, word-processing, or writing longhand, the old-fashioned way, personalized stationery is a nice way to express yourself and impress your correspondent.
You'll need: Paper, 8 1/2 x 11 inches. Use plain white paper, colored paper, or preprinted stationery stock.
1. Click on Personalize Your Project to open the Create & Print workspace. 2. Personalize the text. Select the text to write over it or change size, color, and font style. 3. For additional pages, click Add Page and follow the directions. 4. Print your project.
Choose a stationery style that fits your mood whimsical, happy, serious, etc.
Formal stationery traditionally includes the writers name and contact information, but dont feel restricted to that. Specially chosen pictures and quotations can make your stationery uniquely yours.
Many stationery projects have coordinating envelopes, labels, or stickers you can Create & Print as well.
You may want to save your favorite stationery so that you can make more. Click Save and follow the directions.
Cover Verse: In triumph and in tragedy, we stand united and defiant in the face of any who would challenge our commitment to our freedom, to our future, to the United States of America. Inside Verse: Celebrating Independence Day, remembering September 11, 2001.
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