"Snowvannah" Christmas Cards
Yes, this scene is from Savannah, GA. It is the sidewalk beside Forsyth Park, Drayton St. side. Jan. 3, 2018, Savannah received about 3.5" of ice and snow and it brought our city to a halt. This is a scene that hasn't been seen in Savannah since 1989 and I had to make sure I captured this historic moment. After receiving numerous requests for Christmas cards with this scene, I decided to create them.
They are printed on high quality, fine art watercolor paper with a beautiful, soft texture. The black and white image printed on thicker, watercolor media gives it a gorgeous, vintage feel to the overall card. You can choose which phrase you would like your card to express "Happy Holidays" or "Merry Christmas", or you can choose a mixture of them.
Each set comes with 5 professionally printed cards with coordinating envelopes, lovingly packaged in a beautiful box with clear front window, hugged by a sweet little bow for $20. Orders are shipped via First Class Priority with the USPS.
If you need more than 20 cards, please send me an email and I will quote you a bulk price.
Inside and Back of Card
The inside of the card features a simple yet sweet, "May all your days be happy and bright." There is plenty of space to write a personal message or sign your name. The back of the card gives detailed information about Savannah's historic snow fall, and how Savannahians felt about the day and what we saw. To most, 3.5" of snow may not seem like a lot, but for us, it was unheard of. Many children were seeing snow for the first time ever.