Category Archives: Seasonal Greeting cards

Just Stars card – $5 or Best Offer 

      My latest greeting card for sale! 

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Zentangles with Colors and Shadows greeting card (sold!)

     I made this up.  On the left, we have Printemps in green and blue.  That word is French for spring.  In the middle, we have Static.  The Crescent Moons pattern is at top.  On the right, I forget the name, but it’s woven.  Worth my time and money to learn these!  You can find Zentangles on Pinterest and copy or modify.  I find them easy.  

Shasta Angels Flying Kites – commissioned art 


Danielle is the proprietor of ePuppets on North Mount Shasta Blvd!  He’s my biggest collector.  I name him “a believing mirror”.  Every artist needs at least one!  He sells children’s toys and games.  I encourage all travelers along I-5 in Northern California to stop by and buy some toys!  Parents and grandparents take note!  Below is Danielle with his Altar….

Shiva Greeting card -$5 or Best Offer


I am getting better at these small-scale illustrations.  Hindu deities are found on Google images by me, until I learn the details of their weapons, animals, jewelry, clothing and myths associated with them.  Some have multiple arms.  Shiva is the God of death and destruction.  He has a couple of wives (at least) and one son that I know of.  Parvati, Kali, and Ganesha, respectively.

Justin, Mountie, and Canuck


At left is an RCMP cop, also known as a “Mountie” in Canada.  At the top is Justin Trudeau, the current PM of Canada.  I’m glad he replaced Stephen Harper!  At right is a Vancouver Canuck hockey player.  Vancouver is the capital city (I think) of the British Columbia Province, which is on the lower left coast of Canada.  I have been there.  I was 11, and I remember it as cold and foggy.  I was VERY startled by a giant foghorn, which blasted out the first notes of “O Canada”, their national anthem!

Mountain Town Sunrise


This one’s on sale for $5.  I still need to master landscapes!  Buildings with their shadows are intriguing.  This is a study of Alma Street and North Mount Shasta Blvd.  That’s where we hold our Monday afternoon Farmer’s Market, 3:30-6 pm, until mid-October.  And yes, they take EBT/CalFresh and double it with chips or cards, up to maybe $10 worth?  Many Farmer’s Markets throughout California will do that!  Encourage everyone to eat healthy!

Star Stage greeting card – sold!


I live in a rural area, where there is a wide-open space between Weed and Yreka.  The STAGE bus runs there.  Recently, I saw another view of Mount Shasta from I-5 or perhaps Hwy 99.  I made up that huge, spinning star!  I miss owning Adobe Illustrator, where I can make many sophisticated, pixelated stars.  With a few flicks of my fingers on a touch-screen or Mouse!