Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Send June and July babies a splash of color!

There's nothing that shouts summer more than bright, warm colors. Lemonade stands, orange juice (with or without champagne) in the morning, half a grapefruit sprinkled with sugar for a healthy snack — these citrusy thoughts make me want to run barefoot on fresh green grass or hot white sand.

Rachel Bloom from Berkeley (also known as BerkeleyBloom on Etsy) shares her love for island themed prints and super bright colors in her handmade Citrus Print Collage Birthday card, perfect for a friend or kid whose birthday is coming up in these summer months!

Made from textured shiny white cardstock, warmly colored citrus prints, striped prints, and a yellow and white flower print, you can wish someone a "Happy Birthday" with hand-stamped pink letters tucked inside of a rich dark pink envelope (you can contact Rachel directly if you want a different envelope color). The inside is blank so you can write whatever you feel like and add your own personal touch. This card just radiates sunshine and is certainly a card to cherish (if you're the recipient).

Rachel's cards get shipped to you wrapped in plastic so you can buy now, keep it safe, and use it in the future. The quality of handcrafted greeting cards is a million times better than what you'd find on 99-cent shelves in your local stores, so spend some time writing a nice birthday note in Rachel's delicious card. You'll be sending a splash of specialness to the birthday boy or girl of your choice.

All you have to do is put the lime in the coconut and shake 'em both up!

Check out BerkeleyBloom's listing on Etsy now: Citrus Print Collage Birthday Card!

You can find BerkeleyBloom on Facebook as well. "Like" her stuff and you'll be updated on new listings and sales!

Tune in next week for the Wednesday Item Feature!

Love & donuts,

1 comment:

  1. They are so lovely and I have done 2 orders from her. Her works is very professional, artistic and the color blends are so amazing! Beautiful!


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