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Fall homesteading notecards (with giveaway)

Homesteading notecards

Years ago, I made notecards out of my watercolor paintings, and I've been using those cards for letter-writing ever since.  But the inevitable finally happened --- I ran out!  Rather than buying someone else's notecards to fill in the gap, I figured, why not make up some Walden Effect cards to spread the word instead?

Fall notecards

Pumpkin notecardI chose four fun images for fall, then printed 65 of each, enough for me and my mom to use, with some to give away and sell.  If the response is good, I'll even choose another round of homesteading images in a few months and do a winter series to match these fall images, but I won't be reprinting the fall set, so act now if you'd like a copy!

If you want some pumpkins and simplicity quotes to brighten your day, you can buy sets of four or sixteen notecards (which come with envelopes and shipping included, even numbers of each design), or you can enter the giveaway at the bottom of this post to win free packages of four cards.  (As a side note, if you live outside the U.S., you can enter the giveaway, but will need to email me if you'd like to buy notecards.  I haven't figured out what international shipping costs would be yet, but I don't think they'll be too much.)




4 notecards --- $6

16 notecards --- $18
Hay notecard

We'll be giving away sets of four notecards to three different winners next week, and if we get more than 100 entries, we'll add another winner for every 50 entries.  So tell your friends and use the widget below to enter!



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