Card It

A new collection of my photo greeting cards have arrived in the studio in Eastsound, in time for the Eastsound Art Walk on Friday, November 27, 2-5pm.  They are glimpses of Orcas Island captured in organic textures and patterns that make living amidst woods and water such a tactile and inspiring experience for me.

Send a greeting on your favorite one, or pick a bundle for a thoughtful gift.  Cards are $3 each or 5 for $12.  I’ll have some ribbon ready.

Cards are 4.13″ x 5.82″ in size, made of thick 16pt, sustainably sourced paper stock with a light satin coating on the outside and left uncoated on the inside, making it easier for you to write your own message. Each card is individually scored, ensuring a clean fold.  A white envelope is included.

Sneak peek: Greeting cards with original Orcas Island photography


Send a good old-fashioned card with a hand written note. That NEVER goes out of style!  I have always made my own greeting cards and this is a fresh, new way for me to share the many photos I’ve taken on and around Orcas Island, thanks to fantastic printing technology that captures the colors of my originals so vibrantly on beautiful card stock with a nice weight.  I am so happy with how these have turned out.  If you are familiar with the islands, see if you can spot where some of these were shot.  Cards are now available in my studio in Eastsound Square, $3 each, including a white envelope. Come check them out!  

Eastsound Square, 109 North Beach Road, Eastsound, WA.  (Across the street from Ray’s Pharmacy.)

Fri-Sat, 11am-4pm.  Other days, by appointment.  (360) 220 8221.

Please Mr. Postman

ReachKeep believing!

It’s a simple gesture but in the late throes of winter, or anytime of year for that matter, a good old-fashioned piece of personally addressed snail mail amidst the droll stack of bills, bank statements and assorted mass mailers would be enough to brighten my day.

Would it do the same for you? Try it. ‘FOLLOW’ me, ‘LIKE’ my blog, and share your thoughts below and I’ll write to you on one of these two cards. Don’t forget to leave your name and snail mail address too. I’m starting with 20 cards to send, anywhere in the world!


P.S. OR, leave a comment on my blog and send me your address at