Cards and Paintings

It’s fun to turn successful paintings into greeting cards, particularly when I can share them with friends who love the subjects of the paintings.  The llamas in the previous post made great greeting cards for the owners of the animals.  Two beautiful spots in Colebrook, NH resulted in successful paintings.  One was a cabin at sunset and the other a green filled study of the Poore Family Farm and it’s buildings.  Here are the paintings:

Sunset in New Hampshire

Poore Family Farm
And here are the greeting cards that I created from the paintings.  I’ve used watercolors, pastels and oil paintings as the basis for my greeting cards and all have been successful.  I photograph the original paintings and use Microsoft Word to create the cards.  I print on card stock using archival inks.  It’s a wonderful way to share the paintings with others.

 

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