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*This was originally conceived as a Mother's Day Card but we have gotten a few orders recently to send to essential workers during this pandemic and couldn't be happier about that use!* We don't realize how hard it really is to be a mother until we become one. That's what sparked the idea for this Mother's Day card. So send one of these to your own mom, send a bunch to your mama friends, who did/are doing it so well and who inspire you to be the wonderful mama that you are. Because mothers are the true heroes of the world, right? - Single or in a set of 4, with blank white square flap envelopes - Savoy cotton paper for card and envelope - A2 size (4.25" x 5.5") - folded card - Printed locally
A sweet way to say I love you, for Valentine's Day, or any time of the year. Flat printed in grey on bright white cotton paper, with NEON pink envelopes! - Set of 3, with 3 blank neon pink square flap envelopes - A2 size (4.25" x 5.5") - folded card - Printed locally
This graphic gift wrap is perfect for the holidays. It's fairly non-denominational and just so cute! Keep it as is and use a colorful ribbon as a pop, or have some fun and color it with any markers or crayons. - Comes in a roll of 6 pieces (3 of each design) - 20" x 29" each - Printed locally
Brush-lettered copper foil print on black museum board. This stunning print is huge on contrast and gesture. Perfect to frame and hang in your home, or to give as a gift to say thank you. - 11 x 14 - Printed locally
Back by popular demand, these graphic cards are a perfect way to say thank you, especially during the holiday season. Copper foil on heavy black paper - they are simple, elegant, and luxurious. - Set of 10 cards and 10 envelopes - Copper foil - Printed locally - A2 size, folded - Blank inside
Happy Holidays to you! I created these gift tags that you can download, print out and use for whatever you want. All FREE!
I have been toying with the idea of designing a calendar for years, but this year, when I realized it was going to be TWENTY TWENTY (and I loved the idea of writing that out in calligraphy) I knew I had to do it. (I still sometimes write 1996 on my checks though, so there is absolutely no way I'm going to remember to write out 2020 in real life.) Anyway, I have been fascinated with these abstract, flowy watercolors lately, so I decided to make them backgrounds for each month, and I also thought it would be fun to include a whole bunch of "Instagram holidays," since I've never seen that before, and because sometimes it would be nice to be reminded so that I can post appropriately. I really only included the ones that I thought were fun and appropriate through. Maybe I just made the calendar for myself. Who knows?!?
- 8 x 10
- 12 tear off month pages and 1 cover page, backed with cardboard
- Printed on 100 lb cotton stock
- Locally made
- Binder clip not included