Want to send personal holiday greetings to your peers, peeps, family, and the occasional acquaintance, but don’t really have the time to spend on it?
Let the Tiny Picture Company’s correspondence service take care of this for you. Whether it is a generic holiday message (Happy Winter, Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Kwanzaa Greetings, or whatever you celebrate), we can accommodate the shortest of list or the longer varieties.
All cards are handwritten and hand addressed on our Holly series cards and include postage. You can also include specific messages for anyone on your list.
Orders must be received a week before the date you need the card to arrive.
|1 postcard = $2.00|
|5 postcards = $9.00|
|10 postcards = $17.00|
|25 postcards = $38.00|
|1 note card = $3.00|
|5 note cards = $14.00|
|10 notecards = $25.00|
|25 note cards = $50.00|
L.S. King documented both American and Oriental Holly throughout 2012. Here are her nine Holly Botanicals – just in time for the winter holidays. These are appropriate for most holiday card giving traditions or even just saying “Happy Winter.”
This set of nine images is available in a limited edition portfolio for $200.
Cards sets are also available at a special price:
- $12.50 for a set of all nine note cards including envelopes
- $9 for a set of all nine postcards
|Postcards = $9 for 9 (plus shipping)|
|Note Cards = $12.50 for 9 (plus shipping)|
|Fine Art Print Limited Edition Portfolio of Nine Images = $200 (plus shipping)|
We are having a pre-holiday sale! We are taking 20% off and offering free shipping on our Botanical Card Packs. The packs include either notecards (with envelopes) or postcards and come five to a pack.
To receive the sale prices, you must use the “Add to Cart Buttons” listed on this page.
Sale ends on November 25, 2012 at 9 a.m.
L.S. King spends her days on InstaGram. She is honored to be part of a wonderful community of creative types. One such person is Dominique Trudeau, who writes a fun and inspired blog called Hitchhiking Spaceship Earth.
He recently featured L.S. in an article about iPhoneography. To see his blog and words, please visit mymagiccarpetride.wordpress.com/2012/10/27/iphonography-friends/.
L.S. King’s 716 Prospect: The Botanicals exhibit at the Green Heron Art Center in Radford, Virginia was recently featured on the Wytheville Enterprise’s front page. Managing editor Jeffery Simmons interviewed L.S. about her iphoneography and the series.
Click here to read the article.