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Re: Holiday Cards

Perhaps a photographer would be better and faster. Set up the ideas you want 
and just take a picture. I have seen this done before for a Western Postcards 
Distributor. (If anybody is interested, go to www.duckboy.com)  Now I know that 
this reflects our warped Western sense of humor, but you will get the idea. 
Some of them are pretty good. Some are lame. But it can give you some thoughts 
if you want to use photographs. 
> Shelly wrote:
> >s,
> >Each holiday season our org sends greeting cards to our garden leaders, 
> >other volunteers, garden supporters, funders, etc.  I would love to find a 
> >source of cards that have to do with the holidays and gardening, or better 
> >yet...community gardening.  Too bad I'm not an artist...I can think of 
> >some ziggy ideas....a warm compost pile steaming as the snow falls, 
> >looking through a frosty window (decked with holly) at group of gardeners 
> >sitting around a table exploring seed catalogs (and drinking egg 
> >nog),  kids digging the last carrots out of the ground (underneath a heavy 
> >straw mulch)....you get the idea.  Anyone know of a source of such cards?
> >
> Wait a minute -- we have artists in the group -- anyone know how expensive 
> it would be to do a bunch of cards like Shelly suggests and sell them as an 
> ACGA fundraiser?  It sounds like a good idea. . .
> Dorene
> Dorene Pasekoff, Coordinator
> St. John's United Church of Christ Organic Community Garden
> A mission of
St. John's United Church of Christ, 315 Gay Street, Phoenixville, PA  19460 

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