Who doesn’t love to find a personal note from someone special in their mailbox? At Zazzle the options for customization are numerous. And the designer papers to choose from will boggle the mind!
If you love blue flowers, or know someone who does, a little note card – with or without text – will please the recipient. The blue hydrangea gives these folded notes a lovely look, and if you’d like a larger card, it’s easy to choose the larger “greeting card” size. We even have photo cards so you can further personalize your greeting with a picture!
Every card comes with a white envelope but we have custom envelopes available too.
I was shopping at the local farm stand, which had just opened the week before, and asked about hydrangeas. Yes, we get them in right before Mother’s Day, I was told. And yes, they were the hardy, plant outdoors, kind.
I imagine they will be costly. Hydrangeas usually are expensive and hard to find too. In fact they are only around for sale for a short time it seems, so I must grab them while they last.
I don’t want them for giving as a gift. I no longer have a mom, or mother-in-law. I will be giving them to myself to plant in my barren yard.
With the economy being what it is, it’s likely that many folks won’t be able to give Mom much this year. Kids of all ages will be looking for something special, and affordable for mom.
So how about a pretty card that contains her favorite flower? You may even upload a photo to the front and customize the text by adding a special sentiment inside.
Mom will love it – maybe even more than a gift of the real hydrangeas.
My hydrangea photos include this pretty, light blue flower that bloomed a few years ago. I cut away the background to leave just the blooms and have used it in the “Alpha” white and black design line for the past year or so.
New to the assortment of wedding stationery, is this rehearsal dinner invitation made on a modern, flat, square card.
The template text is in matching blue and a darker, golden yellow was used for the “Rehearsal Dinner” title and the name of the restaurant or place of the celebration. I chose linen paper to show it on, which gives a very slight blueish tint and a little texture.
One thing to be aware of when considering a square shaped card is that postage will cost more. The U.S. postal service considers it to be an “odd” shape and will charge more for mailing.
Not all my stationery is square, in fact I use 5×7 and 4×6 inch sizes too and customers are always welcome to request a size.