Celebration Cards



Share the mood with an embellished print of my festive Celebration Cards.


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 Pricing Options
1 - 9 cards       $5.50 each
10 - or more cards    $4.50 each
(The discount is applied to the total order)

Frame ready, matted 8" x 10" prints    $20.00 each.




It's time to celebrate when you send this sparkly card.  See the bubbles in the flutes and above them.  This captures the essence of success.

What a fun card!  Bring a smile to your friends' faces when you give them this card.  Foodies will appreciate this concept.

Touch the heart of your dear friends with this rich card.  The grapes are raised on every card.

What a lovely image to send with best wishes.  The welcoming red door holds unlimited potential.  I enhance the flowers with raised paint to give the card punch.

This wonderful quote on my colorful abstract painting is the perfect card to send as a thank you to the "Hostess with the mostess".  It's a stunning "bread and butter" card.


This quote from Kobi Yamada so delighted me that this card was created to share the message.  A perfect graduation, or wedding card.

Send a sophisticated greeting card using my red wine painting in a maroon frame.  The English greeting "Cheers" makes this a great celebration card.

This was such fun to create.  I was able to do it on the first try and love the feeling it expresses.  It's a wonderful  card for so many occasions - engagement, weddings, good news of any type.

My tulips painting can be a great way to send a card for graduation, new job or anniversary, and of course, it makes a beautiful birthday card.  The  Bluebells are embellished with raised dots.

This uplifting greeting card is perfect to send to folks who are dealing with change.  They are the ones who need a bit of cheering up because as the rest of the saying goes..."but the hallway's a bitch!"

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