Nesting: Framed

Greeting cards are sometimes framed by recipients as a reminder of the sender, as a reminder of the message, and as a visual respite amidst the busyness of an office or the chaos of chores at home. Have you been inspired to frame a card? Or hang one on your refrigerator? When you send a card, it might end up framed by your recipient!

NestingCards® sets include images on high quality paper that are suitable for framing. Here are some examples.

Baby Animals by Becky Amble bring colorful joy to a nursery or a child’s room. Frame one or frame them all.

Watercolor Quotes by Beth Suter are restful landscapes for office or home décor. Framed alone or arranged as a set, these cards bring uplift to all who see them.

Reflections and Radiators by Kearney Thompson make a great framed set for an office or den.

Floral and Tropical sets by Peg Owens bring year-round flowers to creative and garden spaces.

Whichever set you select and send, it is worthy of being framed. Some people keep cards. Some turn cards into bookmarks. And some, find a frame and hang one or more of the cards in places where good cheer is needed.

Testimonial: “What a fabulous gift!! I love cards – these cards are beautiful and so meaningful. I will send them out with love!” ~ Carolyn H. Pacific Northwest emcee and news anchor

Photo note:   Idaho Waterways by Peg Owens for NestingCards®.

NestingCards videos here: Welcome to NestingCards – YouTube

Nesting shares ideas for using NestingCards® and tips for creating keepsake memories on these cards which are printed with original images and paintings on fine papers. The written word shares joy, creates memories, and can envelope a sense of home! Enjoy browsing and shopping for fun, for gifts, and for joy-spreading possibilities.

NestingCards® is a registered Trademark, United States Patent and Trademark Office.

Jana Kemp

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