Behind the Curtain
So I am finally getting the ball rolling on my greeting cards. The first cards I drew were Halloween scenes. They are silly, fun and remind me of past times. They are inspired from the Department 56 line which is a company that makes really fun, detailed, small, ceramic houses. I am fond of the little houses, some light up others make noise, overall they are loads of fun. The haunted house pictured below is my favorite one in the series and I keep it up year round in my living room. They are quite expensive to collect so I limit myself to one everyother year.
I am naming the Hallowen cards the Magic Potion Series and each card has a back story. I already have someone that wants to put them in an art gallery! What makes these cards so special you ask?! They are printed on 100 lb premium, woven, recycled paper and have no flap and are about the size of an index card. I have been working on Easter, St. Patrick's Day, & Christmas cards.
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