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Eurydice Yule (Fae and Furious) Greeting Card

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Holiday cards for Pagan holidays! Because why shouldn't we have bright cheerful greeting cards to send people? There is no reason. Whatsoever.
This card features Eurydice, the December fairy, and some holly.

A tidbit about Yule (paraphrased from various sources):
December 21 (in 2014). Also known as the Winter Solstice. Colors are red and green. Despite it being the longest night of the year, it is an extremely festive and cheery time. (Original Yule celebrations include: the Yule log, the Yule tree, exchanging presents, holly wreaths and fancy cookies).

About my "Fae and Furious" pieces:
They're faeries. Painted very quickly. (I usually spend obsessive amounts of time agonizing over the details of my watercolors, these I popped out in a few short hours after which I had to force myself not to tweak them.) They're furious because the fairies are all at war with each other, and also it's a wordy play on "Fast and Furious" and because it's the name that sticks the best (all the other ones were much worse, I assure you).

A tidbit about Eurydice:
Eurydice is one of the 13 fairies that I made up once upon a time (ha ha, no pun intended...ish) when I was a composing a (as of yet and probably perpetually) unfinished story about Sleeping Beauty. There's one for every month, plus one extra. They have all sorts of alliances and suchlike and are at war, and elemental, and all have weird names that are vaguely associated with their month names, function, or holidays therein.
Eurydice is the fairy of December. Her name ends in "-dice", similar to the "dece-" preceding December and marking it as the tenth month. She is the third oldest fairy and allied with Sanguine (October), and Mellie (November).

Oh yeah and card details, for people who care about that sort of thing:
Cards are approximately 5 1/2" by 4 1/4", and come with a slightly larger envelope to put them in (these ones are green, although there is a stamp on the one in the photos there will be no stamp on the one you receive; it is just for reference). This one is also blank on the inside, so that you may fill it with the message of your choice! (Such as "Happy Yule!") And it'll be packaged in a cardboard mailer, so it won't get all bent up.
Holiday cards for Pagan holidays! Because why shouldn't we have bright cheerful greeting cards to send people? There is no reason. Whatsoever.
This card features Eurydice, the December fairy, and some holly.

A tidbit about Yule (paraphrased from various sources):
December 21 (in 2014). Also known as the Winter Solstice. Colors are red and green. Despite it being the longest night of the year, it is an extremely festive and cheery time. (Original Yule celebrations include: the Yule log, the Yule tree, exchanging presents, holly wreaths and fancy cookies).

About my "Fae and Furious" pieces:
They're faeries. Painted very quickly. (I usually spend obsessive amounts of time agonizing over the details of my watercolors, these I popped out in a few short hours after which I had to force myself not to tweak them.) They're furious because the fairies are all at war with each other, and also it's a wordy play on "Fast and Furious" and because it's the name that sticks the best (all the other ones were much worse, I assure you).

A tidbit about Eurydice:
Eurydice is one of the 13 fairies that I made up once upon a time (ha ha, no pun intended...ish) when I was a composing a (as of yet and probably perpetually) unfinished story about Sleeping Beauty. There's one for every month, plus one extra. They have all sorts of alliances and suchlike and are at war, and elemental, and all have weird names that are vaguely associated with their month names, function, or holidays therein.
Eurydice is the fairy of December. Her name ends in "-dice", similar to the "dece-" preceding December and marking it as the tenth month. She is the third oldest fairy and allied with Sanguine (October), and Mellie (November).

Oh yeah and card details, for people who care about that sort of thing:
Cards are approximately 5 1/2" by 4 1/4", and come with a slightly larger envelope to put them in (these ones are green, although there is a stamp on the one in the photos there will be no stamp on the one you receive; it is just for reference). This one is also blank on the inside, so that you may fill it with the message of your choice! (Such as "Happy Yule!") And it'll be packaged in a cardboard mailer, so it won't get all bent up.

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As I general rule I don't do exchanges or refunds...but if your item arrives damaged I will be happy to work to repair or potentially replace it (if possible, since most of my items are one of a kind it may not be possible to replace it - in the instance of a ceramic piece for example, I only have access to a pottery studio for a few weeks a year...).

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I ship by USPS and will put your item in the mail within two days of payment (if it is pre-made, if I haven't made it yet I shall ship it as soon as it is done).

At this time my list of shipping areas is limited, but I am happy to find out the shipping cost for you wherever you are and ship to you! (That's usually how I start shipping somewhere new...).

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I've done a lot of custom listings for people and would be thrilled to make something special and unique for you! Anything you'd like to know please feel free to ask.

Eurydice Yule (Fae and Furious) Greeting Card

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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Material: paper
  • Feedback: 100 reviews
  • Gift message available

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in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

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