Eastern Red Cedar Cards & Prints from Original Botanical Painting
Read the full title Eastern Red Cedar Cards & Prints from Original Botanical Painting
Cards and prints of Eastern Red Cedar from original watercolor painting by botanical artist Helen H. Conrad.
THIS CARD IS ALSO AVAILABLE AS A HOLIDAY CARD WITH RED TRIM AND INSIDE MESSAGE OPTIONS. PLEASE SEE MY HOLIDAY CARDS STORE SECTION.
Cards are 4.25" x 5.5", blank inside, with envelope. Options include individual card(s) (in sleeves) or clear box(es) of 6.
Giclee, limited edition prints are on archival paper, 8.5"x11" (image fits in an 8"x10" frame or mat opening). Prints are hand signed, release dated and numbered by artist. Print options include unmatted or matted (11" x 14" white mat with backing).
Photos show card and print variations. The 3rd photo is a SAMPLE ONLY OF THE BOXING and doesn't necessarily reflect this particular image.
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21 shop reviews5 out of 5 stars
A really exquisite painting. I shall be ordering this design again . Yes it did arrive on time. Many thanks.
Just precious! This print is beautiful. I cannot wait to give it as a gift for my friends and their newborn. I’m glad I also bought the matching card to personalize best wishes to the growing family. Both items arrived perfectly and are even more lovely in person.
I love this drawing! Looks very much like the dog we had for 18 years and she perfectly captured the expression of a long haired dachshund!
The Eastern Red Cedar note card was beautifully made and perfect for my needs. I chose the blank version - no greeting - so that I could use the space to write personalized holiday messages. I was particularly impressed when Helen contacted me and said she was not happy with the paper she had used, and asked if I could wait a few extra days for her to craft a new card set. In all probability, I would not have known the difference, but she did, and I appreciated her honesty.