Saturday, September 29, 2007




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Greeting Cards by W. J. St. Christopher
Many other designs are available.


~ Greeting Cards -- Finally!

For more than a year, I've been looking for a cost effective way to put my art on retail-grade greeting cards. By throwing my artistic hat in with RedBubble.com, I've been able to do exactly that!

RedBubble prints my work with cutting edge, Durst Theta fiberoptic technology, and bonds it to heavyweight, C6 (6.5"x4.5"/114mm by 162mm) cardstock. This hi-tech process creates a gorgeous, folded art card that is suitable for framing or sharing.

RedBubble.com has one branch in Australia and another in the United States, so worldwide shipping is available.

To order your own W. J. St. Christopher art cards (with envelope), click HERE, or on the "Greeting Cards by W. J. St. Christopher" link at the beginning of this post. You can also access the site by going directly to http://www.art166.info.

Once there, click on the pic(s) of your choice, scroll past the description to click on the "buy from . . . " button, choose your options and quantity, and buy, buy, buy! (Scroll down that page to read more about the "making of" these cards.)

~ Note: Each greeting card is available with either a white or black background which will influence the overall look of some designs. Preview each choice before ordering! The inside writing surface is white.

If you're interested in seeing a specific piece of my work available as a greeting card, let me know and I'll see if it's possible. I'll be adding a few new pieces every week, so check back often!

Next week, I'll show you more new products.

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Yay -- The New TV Season!

I promised myself I wouldn't talk about anything but work in this post, but if you're not already watching "Life" (NBC, Wednesday, 9 CST) you are SO missing out!

Watch it!


More later.

15 comments:

  1. Some of the images on your greeting cards are fabulous.

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  2. Your cards are amazing and I am definitely going to have to check out redbubble.com.

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  3. oh W.J. your work is going to look just amazing on these cards and I'm going to go check them out too! You do magic things with images and make such breathtaking beautiful art! Woohoo I am glad the new TV season has started and glad that fall is finally here! My husband and I are 'Survivor addicts'! I'll have to check out the new show you're talking about!

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  4. Good luck with Red Bubble, W.J.

    Haven't caught Life yet, though I did watch Testament a few weeks ago. Not a happy movie - I kept waiting for the happy ending, but it was very subtle.

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  5. Your cards are amazing! Thanks for visiting my blog. :)

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  6. W.J. I did order 2 of your 'Antiquity's Gold' cards on the black background, I can't wait to see them I've always loved that design, it's gorgeous!

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  7. update: W.J. your 2 cards arrived today from Redbubble and they are so darn gorgeous!!! I was really impressed with the packaging and especially the fine quality of the print job and the paper stock they use. The cards are of a supple really thick card stock that is thicker than cards you buy in the stores. The color/design is just as beautiful as seeing them on the computer screen! Wow, thank you!!

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  8. OOOH! Pretty cards, WJ! Nice resource, too with Red Bubble. Never heard of it before.

    BTW, "Sweethearts" is in Shark Baby's room. She calls it "aw-aw", meaning "flower". Guess she can see the original in the image.

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  9. do you hear colors too? synathesia.

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  10. I liked your blog so much I decided to link it on a blog roll feature that I posted. Hope it sends new friends your way.

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  11. Congratulations on your success in marketing your cards. It's not everyone who has both buisness acumen as well as creative talent.

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  12. i miss you. i love you. you are one very nice lady who i hope is alright and doing well, staying healthy and knowing she is thought of and cared for by me. hugs....

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  13. September but you didn't come back!!!

    Hi W.J. hope you are just busy as always. I've been AWOL msyself but popped by to wish you a very merry Christmas and a very happy and succesful New Year ~ take time to have fun though!
    Hugs
    Sandy

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  14. W.J. I'm popping in to wish you a Merry Christmas and it's been a long time since I saw you post so I hope all is well with you. Anyways, have a wonderful Christmas and hope to hear from you soon!

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  15. those cards are amazing. I love them.

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