I thought I’d share with you, this week, some of my top selling Greetings Cards.
All of my greetings cards are environmentally friendly – they are made from FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified card, and the inks used are all soy or vegetable based.
All 49 designs were designed by me with either my photographs or original art on the front. Each Greetings Card is blank inside for your own message, making them perfect for any occasion. They come with a white envelope. Size A6.
Price per card: £2 (FREE postage and packing within the UK) – please not: pen is not included.
Top 10 greetings cards:
This photo was taken at Robin Hill Country Park while walking through a lowered pathway through a pond. These are my most popular cards, as such there are only 10 left!
This photo of a baby cygnet sitting on their parents back is so popular. I took it at a local lake, where I take most of my photographs.
This greetings card is very popular for Mother’s Day. This happens to be one of my mum’s favourites.
This cute and happy little hedgehog was snapped at my first ever pet photo shoot. I don’t do too many pet photo shoots these days, but am open to more in the future.
I am thrilled with this photograph because I love how these cygnet siblings are looking at each other. I wonder what they are saying/thinking?
When I was deciding which designs to move forward with I asked my husband for help with choosing the final cut. He suggested I get rid of this one because he wasn’t sure it was saleable. About a month later, I had a stall at Yeldall Manor, for their annual Open Day. It was by far my best seller! 🙂
This was my 2nd ‘prophetic’ painting. I was trying to recreate a painting I had done for my pastor, but God had other ideas and helped me create this painting.
I painted this at a dark point in my life. Jesus has been the light in my darkness and has helped me through the toughest years of my life. I pray this card brings peace, comfort, and hope to you in your darkness (or to those that you buy this for).
9. Steam Train
This greetings card is most popular for males, but can be for any gender, and for any occasion. I painted the original in watercolour for my father-in-law (as a commission). He’s a steam train enthusiast.
I drew this a while ago, with soft pastels. It very quickly became on of my most popular designs, which is why it features in my top 10.
Which one do you like best? Is there one of my other designs that you think should be in my top 10?
I hope you have enjoyed browsing my top 10 greetings cards.