Saturday, January 14, 2012

Abraham's Caravan finally saw the Light of Day

Carolyn Kimball's Abraham Caravan on card
I often get overwhelmed when I return from being out of town, and this year's 2-week trip over Christmas break was no exception. Today I thought I'd tackle opening Holiday Greetings that have remained in a stack since sorting our pile of mail. I guess part of why it's been put off until mid-January, is that I've failed to send out my own greeting and I'm feeling a wee bad about it. Last year we did New Year's cards, but this year we've only talked about it. I guess there's always Valentine's Day.... So, today, imagine my delight when I opened this card. It's a reproduction of Carolyn Kimball's Abraham Caravan, with her own greeting inside of "Wishing you a joyous journey through the New Year." How clever! She managed to show off her work in a non-denominational way so it could be sent to a wide audience--friend, family, collectors. The back has her name, title, and medium. OK, Carolyn, if you're reading this, please comment on where you had your cards made. They look really nice and I like the size (4 1/8 x 5 7/8") and weight of the card. 

1 comment:

Carolyn Kimball said...

I made them through I use them for my business cards too, the image quality is always excellent!