Virtual Open Studio 2010 - Post #5 - The Final Post
When you entered the family room, you probably noticed a basket of note cards.
There is another basket of cards in the living room along with some matching note pads.
There are even a couple of packs of holiday themed cards on the Christmas table.
All of the note cards feature my artwork. Each pack has 8 cards (blank inside) and 8 envelopes. Some packs contain an assortment of cards - two or four different images depending on the pack - and some contain eight identical cards featuring a single image.
This year's big sellers were the new cupcakes assortment
and the new "Life Cycle of a Tulip" pack.
This card was created using three of my daily sketches. I admit that it is one of my favorites.
I also created an assorted floral pack combining two of my most popular floral images with the newer Sunbathed Poppy and Rhododendron
and two packs of thank you notes.
The card with the three coffee mugs is also available without the words "Thank You"
Many of my paintings and drawings have been made into note cards.
The first name pulled in the door prize drawing will receive a pack of note cards of their choosing..
As I mentioned in the Virtual Open Studio - Post #4, since I have received so many nice comments, I decided to add a second prize. The second name pulled from the hat will receive one of the ornaments created from my daily sketches. These ornaments are featured in VOS - Post #2 and are shown in the Christmas table images above.
So make sure you enter by commenting here! Remember you get an entry for each of the VOS posts that you comment on. You don't have to worry about being creative with your comments, a simple "I was here!" will do.
Before you leave, there are a few more paintings to see on your way down the hallway to the front door, including my favorite grouping.
Comments on all of the Virtual Open Studio posts will be left open until 10pm EST on November 6, 2010. At that time, the comments for each post will be closed. All comments will then be printed and placed in a hat. Winners names will be chosen from the hat by unbiased personnel (namely my kids - they love this kind of thing). Good luck everyone!