About this Product
This blank nature-inspired greeting card with an envelope of white stone towers taken in Utah is a perfect way to surprise loved ones with an unexpected kindness from you in their mailbox. Or use the serene and soothing landscapes of folded note cards to enhance your handmade gift to a friend or family member.
The White Stone Towers of Bryce Canyon National Park is a full-color photography paper print. The photo print card is placed on white cardstock with clear adhesive photo corners. Each card comes with a 5.25” x 7.25” envelope. The handmade note card comes in an archival-quality bag. The calm and relaxing landscape greeting card comes ready for you to write a note in, address, and mail!
This greeting card is great for:
-all occasion cards
-and so much more!
All of my beautiful handmade greeting cards are hand-assembled in the USA in my workshop. All of the photographs for sale were taken by me and are owned by me.
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While I strive for a quick turnaround, I cannot control how long it takes the postal service to deliver a package.
Meet the Maker
Growing up on a small family farm, in a small town in rural Vermont, I learned to appreciate the God-given beauty around me.
And while I love Vermont, I also like to explore different parts of the USA and Europe. (I also don’t mind revisiting places I’ve already traveled to.) And I love sharing the beauty I’ve seen with you!
In my photography, I strive for honesty and simplicity (minimal editing). I hope you use the scenic landscape greeting cards to send a smile through the mail to a loved one, to reach out and connect with a friend, and to reconnect with a family member.
Follow along on Instagram (@rarelyvt), on Facebook, or on Pinterest to see what’s going on. Plus there’s always the blog to read as well!
How it’s Made
Each photograph is adhered to the cardstock by the use of adhesive corners and a small amount of double-sided tape. The location of the image is written on the back of the card. The card and envelope are placed in a clear, archival-quality, resealable bag.