Even though a lot of folks will tell you that handwritten notes are a lost art, in my world they are alive and well. Few things brighten my day more than finding a letter from a friend in my mailbox on the street outside of my house. Many things are best said by hand.
Watercolor and pen drawings from my daily sketchbook excursions often become cards that I send for a variety of occasions (condolences, milestone celebrations, or just to say hello). People have been suggesting that I make them into marketable cards, which has led me here. Below are my favorites, printed and ready to head out to the world at large!
Individual cards, which measure 4½" x 6¼", are available for $3.50 per card. All cards are printed in Maine on soft white matte card stock, and come with standard A6 envelopes. Please contact me (info[at]jmbroekman[dot]com) if you prefer to pay by check, and/or would like to pick your cards up in person, rather than having them shipped. Shipping (within the U.S.) will be done via USPS in a padded flat rate envelope for $7.50 per order. Once you have placed an item in your cart, you'll be able to change the quantity over on the PayPal cart page.
June Irises, Peonies, and July Day Lillies are available in packs of 8 for $20 (4 designs, 2 cards each). They come in a clear acid-free sleeve. The Complete Set comes as a pack of 12, with one card of each design for $27. They are packaged in 2 clear sleeves tied together with raffia. Click on any image below to see a close-up; for the Complete Set, click on any of the individual images below to see them all larger.
*See below to enlarge the individual cards in the Complete Set
The images below can be purchased individually while supplies last.
A limited number of the Great Cranberry Island sets from 2016 are available - only while supplies last!
Please don't hesitate to be in touch (info[at]jmbroekman[dot]com) if you have any questions or special requests! Contact me if you are interested in the original watercolors; in some cases they may be available for sale. You can also subscribe to my blog, follow me on FaceBook, and sign up for my mailing list to get my not-terribly frequent newsletter. I look forward to hearing from you.