These days, I’m getting a special perk!
I’m trading greeting cards with my neighbor Angela for fresh eggs and greens from her garden.
What a delicious exchange! Are greeting cards still popular? I say “Yes!”
Greeting Cards and this Distant Situation
Angela told me that with this “distant situation” she finds that she is doing more personal writing and sending cards rather than knocking off quick emails.
I’ve heard from several of our followers that they are making a point of ordering from individual creators rather than big companies to support the work of artists, small businesses, and local talent.
This trend of buying from independent artists is greatly appreciated!
Greeting Cards May Be Even More Popular Right Now
To answer the question – Are Greeting Cards Still Popular?
I think they are even more popular and have made a comeback given these days of social distancing.
Sending a card to someone through the mail is now more-than-ever a wonderful way to reach out to family, friends, loved ones. Let them know you care and are thinking about them.
New greeting card sets are now available. Groups of my photographs have become greeting cards.
Each set consists of six greeting cards that are blank on the inside, complete with envelopes, and are ready to go out the door.
Anyone wanting ready-to-frame prints can now purchase one of the available images in each set.
We Have Four Beautiful Collections (shown in order):
View the cards in each set by going to the links below:
Send a Greeting Card for that Special Connection with a Loved One
I find that taking just a small amount of time to write and mail a greeting card is far more personal than any electronic communication.
For me, receiving a greeting card in my own mailbox always makes me happy and I see it as a wonderful way to brighten someone’s day.
The greeting cards – with my favorite photographs from my own photographic art – are now for sale. Check out my Greeting Card Shop to view the collection on my website.
With Gratitude, Gail Russell, a Taos Original