My friend Bess sent me a card yesterday.
Leave it to Bess to have a fun stamp on the envelope too.
Much to my surprise, I opened it up to find one of my old paintings on the front of the card. Which made me smile!
(I think this is actually the very first sunflower I ever painted.)
I always forget about these packs of notecards which I’ve been toting around to art shows for years. These days, they don’t sell too often, as people send so many e-mails.
They really are pretty cute though, aren’t they?
Maybe I’ll start sending more cards. (Especially since I have a zillion of them in my garage.)
This one sure brightened up my day.
You can make your own cards HERE on http://www.shutterfly.com.
It’s as simple as uploading a favorite digital photo. Then select the “Classic Collage 3 x 5 Folded Card” as your design. They’ll walk you through the rest.
You can do it too…
send a hand-written card to somebody you love this week!
You’ll brighten their day.
NOTE: A couple of people have asked about ordering cards since this post came out. Below are the sets I still have in stock.
(e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you’d like to order a set.)
As a fellow card sender, I LOVE this post!
I wish I were more of a card sender. It is going to be my new goal. 🙂
I send only real cards–no e-cards, so as a new follower, tell me the details and the price of your cards. I’m interested. I’ll check my email tomorrow for your answer. Thanks.
I love all three sets and I’d like to purchase one of each set to try them out for my lovely elderly shut ins. The color will brighten their days.
That sounds good! This time I hope I replied to the correct person… I also know a Janice Robins… that’s who I e-mailed back last night. Oops!! 🙂