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"It takes courage to grow up and become who you really are."
- e.e. cummings

I love this simple, forthright declaration of the universal human quest, from the wordsmith e.e. cummings. And what better visual metaphor than a vivid, red tulip, bravely growing tall, standing out, with no apologies for it's bold beauty!

Especially nice for the new graduate, or for any of us as we navigate our life journey!

Card is blank inside for your personal encouraging message...
OR
I can customize with "CONGRATULATIONS!" or any wording you'd like ;-)
Just tell me what you want written inside the card in the "Note to Seller" box at checkout.

◊ 5" x 7"(A-7 size) Inspirational Graduation Card
◊ Hand lettered & hand drawn with love, by me.
◊ Printed on classic textured card stock, using high definition Epson inks.
◊ Scarlet Red envelope

Card is protected with a cello sleeve and shipped to you in a sturdy mailer, with utmost care.

Also available as a beautiful 8x10 Art Print!
http://www.etsy.com/listing/74823509/courage-8x10-

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So happy you visited today!
Pattie ♥
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Art & Lettering © Pattie Jansen 2011-16 All rights reserved.

Graduation Card - ee cummings Quote - It Takes Courage to Grow Up

$5.50+

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Primary color: Red
  • Occasion: Graduation
  • Materials: Scarlet Red envelope, Epson inks, Classic textured card stock
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 1435 reviews
  • Favorited by: 70 people