• My new favorite acryonym is WTF - I know it's not technically a "new" one, but it seems appropriate for my life and this crazy world more and more lately, so I find myself saying it (and writing it) a lot.  And now you can send a WTF card!  There are just so many situations that this card works for.  And WTF has never been prettier - in almost neon (since you can't flat print in neon) watercolor.

    - Box of 6, with 6 blank white euro flap envelopes - A2 size (4.25" x 5.5") - folded card - Printed locally
  • These lovely brush lettered thank you cards are printed on the most luxurious double-thick cotton stock.  You can write over the "Thank you" for a fun graphic effect, or use the blank back for your note.  Choose from a white envelope with a printed XO flap or a plain blush envelope.  These would be perfect for thank yous for a shower or just to keep on hand for those every day needs. - Box of 10 - A2 size (4.25" x 5.5") - flat card - Printed locally
  • *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
  • Something that I read years ago that has stuck in my head as a small source of comfort after many losses is that some number of cells from every baby that a woman carries somehow travels up to her brain and stays there after the birth (or death) of the baby, and possibly for the rest of the woman's life.  So we literally carry a piece of all of our children with us, wherever we go, and wherever they are. Hence, this print.  I would love for any of you who are touched by it to do whatever you would like with it.  Print it and hang it on your wall.  Use it as a screensaver.  Or tuck it away in a box, like I have done with all of my ultrasounds, letters to my babies, etc.  Hopefully it helps in some way.