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Why the kite?

Kellie Semmelrock

If you read my previous blog post, you'll see how Grateful Paperie became the company it is. What was not explained was where the kite came from.

The kite is a perfect symbol of the goals I have for Grateful Paperie as a company. Kites are symbols of hope and promise. My hope for this company is to spread the light of God through my own creative talents. At the center of the kite in the logo is a cross. I hope that I can reach as many people as possible, and I promise to fly my "kite" as high as possible, to be seen by all the people who give and receive the cards I design. Also if you look at the kite sideways, it looks just like an envelope. Perfect, right? The tail of the kite is a subtle "G" for Grateful, with a single bow at the end.


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