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Cards come in various sizes, with matching envelopes. Paper is high grade and recycled. I can design a custom card for your special text, or personalize inside message. Mixed design sets: specify desired card designs, and number of each -- or let me choose a selection for you! $20/dozen.
Not by might, nor by power, but by my Spirit, saith the Lord of hosts. Hanukkah peace. Lettering is cut out by hand to reveal colors beneath. Menorah with gold lights, reflecting onto the lettering that descends from the moon: Hanukkah (in Hebrew). Prayer by Rabbi Harold Kushner, for peace and understanding in the world regardless of our differences. As dry leaves that before the wild hurricane fly, when they meet with an obstacle, mount to the sky... Happy Christmas to all! Multicultural Holy Days card, Muslim and Jewish, stencil cut-out cover. May this holy season bring us together in friendship and peace. The word “peace” is set in white against a vivid painted background featuring colors that progress from the upper left hand corner: deep red and yellow, through green, into violet and deep blue, with soft splashes of gold.
And Sarah said, God made me laugh. Whoever hears will laugh with me. Hebrew and English. Inside: L’shanah tovah (in Hebrew lettering)/ Happy New Year! From Song of Songs: “I am my beloved’s, and my beloved is mine.” Part of my Jewish papercut series. Poem in Yiddish by Abraham Sutzkever, “On My Wandering Flute, Af mayne vanderfayfe”. White Hebrew (Yiddish) lettering on rainbow watercolor background. Poem by Lucille Clifton, “the mississippi river empties into the gulf...” The text in blue is set against a white and blue background watercolor wash; the picture is surrounded by a text frame, in white, containing the last lines of the poem. Poem by Theodor Storm, entitled “Februar.” “The linden boughs sway in the wind, stitched over with red buds; they are the cradles in which Spring dreams away the dire winter season.” The word “salaam” (“peace” in Arabic) is set against a vivid painted background; colors move out from the upper left corner, from yellow-gold and green, with splashes of red-brown, through mauve, red, and blue, into violet in the lower right corner.
An example of my custom work; poem by Betjemin in white chancery cursive against a vivid green background, with photo of young golfer in the middle. Happy Lunar New Year! 2008 is the Year of the Earth Rat. Rat protects and nurtures her babies by moonlight. Above rat, Chinese character for rat; English lettering in copperplate says “earth rat” and “2008”. Happy new year card. Inside: happy year (Carolingian lettering). Happy Lunar New Year! 2007 is the Year of the Fire Pig. Pig emerges from water-sky background. Upper right hand corner contains Chinese characters for Fire Pig; English lettering in copperplate says “fire pig” and “2007”. Lettering in English and Hebrew: “Make a joyful noise unto the Eternal, all the earth!” (center) “Let the floods clap their hands; let the hills rejoice together.” (circle; inner circle of Hebrew for both verses) Psalm 98:4,8. The lettering is multicolored. The word “shalom” (“peace” in Hebrew) is set against a vivid painted background, crossing the rainbow spectrum, with gold highlights in the middle orange and red sections.
Quotation from Rumi: “We are as the flute and the music in us is from thee; we are as the mountain and the echo in us is from thee.” If a young girl, at the stroke of midnight, can pluck twelve sage leaves without harming the plant, she will see the shadow of her future lover in the moonlight. (Northumbrian legend) And Sarah said, God made me laugh. Whoever hears will laugh with me. -- Genesis 21:6, part of the Rosh Hashanah weekly Torah reading (parshah). Inside: L’shanah tovah (in Hebrew lettering)/ Happy New Year! Quotations about loving those who are strangers to you, from Muslim, Jewish, and Christian sacred texts; border contains quotation by June Jordan: I must insist upon my own truth and my own love, especially when that truth and that love will carry me across the borders of my own tribe. From the poetry of H.D. (Hilda Doolittle):  “I go where I love, and where I am loved, into the snow: I go to the things I love with no thought of pity, or duty.” Multicultural Holy Days card, Muslim and Jewish, stencil cut-out cover. Winter seasonal version of the fall holy days papercut card. Add your own message. Peaceful morning lute, stencil inspired by a poem of Rumi.
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