Custom Christmas card sets! These are intriguing cards, and unique, to boot. Y'won't find'em anywhere else. There are eight cards in all - four in landscape (horizontal) format and four in portrait (vertical) format. They're 5x7, and they come in boxes of eight landscape (2 each) or eight portrait (2 each), with envelopes. And HERE'S the special part. Our standard note cards are blank on the inside. We'll print a custom message inside for $2.00 extra per order of 10 cards, BUT we're giving you a bit of an early Christmas gift, by printing custom inside messages on the Christmas cards for NO EXTRA CHARGE.
You can choose from our eight Christmas cards - but if you want to place a family photo instead of our designs on your cards - no problem. You can send your custom image to us by way of our Contact page. Just look down at the bottom of the contact page, and you'll find a heading, which says Upload a File ...., and just below that, a small box, labeled "Choose File." Select that and navigate to the location of your file, and select it. (300 DPI minimum, please.) Just above this is a message box. Enter your requested printed message there. Then you click "Submit" and your message and file will find their way to us.
We'll create some options for you and send you a proof. Once you're satisfied, choose from your options and place your order - and we'll take it from there.
– Mountain Stream –
Jon does some fantastic work! This piece is one of my favorites.
It makes me smile and feel calm even after a long week!
It would be a perfect addition for any workspace or home!
— Katie Schnitzler
- The Intruder's Nose -
I really like your photography, but unfortunately that's
either an A-6 Intruder, or an EA-6B Prowler.
Keep up the good work!
Photographer's Note: Thank you, sir.
You are correct.
I've had a look at another image
from the same series taken of this aircraft.
In that other image is clearly seen
the display sign, which does state that
this bird is, in fact, an A-6E Intruder.
I have changed the name of the image.
[Originally entitled "The Viking's Nose"]
— Edward Fowles