Appreciation with greeting cards

Appreciation with greeting cards

Remembering opening a greeting card. The feeling of appreciation for that person. Each person wants to be appreciated, wants to make a difference. Both the sender and receiver feel elated.

Sending and receiving hand written cards or letters are somewhat a lost art. The age of the internet has driven most of us to emails or some form of electronic transmission. The art of creating a greeting card infuses the energy of the creator into the work. Then when the sendor writes their words on the card, they also infuse their energy. The receiver is doubly blessed with receiving the energy of this gift.

The gallery of pictures in this blog is from an artist named Connie. She creates these for her family and friends, and on occasion, will create sets of cards for purchase. She is a typical artist, attention to detail and loves each one she creates.  I could only put a few of these on this blog. You can find the rest of these cards here. If you are interested in a box of greeting cards from Connie, send me a note and we will add you to the newsletter, which will provide updates when sets are available.

      

 

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5 Responses to “Appreciation with greeting cards”

  1. Ali Bierman July 20, 2011 at 10:38 AM #

    Most people do not feel appreciated. That is a basic human need!

    I also make handmade cards, as does my daughter–paintings, 3D paper sculptures. We may spend hours on a single card filling therm with so much love

    I agree that handmade cards speak a non-verbal message that adds to the greeting itself. And I also use an online card creator (wrote about it recently as I can meet intuitive promptings fast and easily) that lets me put in personal videos and photos–all done in my own handwriting.
    I think the bottomlinr is showing people youa re thinking about them.
    Mst people do not feel appreciated.

    • Nancy July 20, 2011 at 10:41 AM #

      that’s so great that you make your own. it’s a great gift you have.

  2. Amethyst July 20, 2011 at 10:49 AM #

    Love these! I love to send and get cards. It’s just not the same when you get an e-card on the computer.

  3. Gina Lawson July 20, 2011 at 3:57 PM #

    I agree the art of letter writing has been lost through the generations, But I make sure my family write thank you letters for all our gifts, and my son and I have an agreement that we have to make each other birthday cards. We love that challenge of doing the cards each year.

    • Nancy July 20, 2011 at 4:42 PM #

      that is great that you make each other cards. It’s something to cherish.

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