Nesting: Themes For Sending, Part 2

Themes inspire messages. Images and messages deliver hope, joy, support, and celebration. Human relationships take time, attention and interactions. NestingCards sets include dozens of themes for your long-distance, and in-town, card sending to friends, family, co-workers, acquaintances, and extended family. Take a look at these 11 themes (11 more in last week’s blog). Find a theme that inspires you and send your family and friends your good wishes. Trying sending a card a day for a week – each set has seven cards.

Idaho Waterway Impressions by Peg Owens – Hello messages, shared celebrations for outdoor lovers, these cards inspire senders and recipients alike.

Idaho Wildflower Impressions by Peg Owens – Mountains, wildflowers, and landscapes – take your breath away. Great for any occasion sending.

Mountain Miniatures by Lorelle Rau – handcrafted original artwork became these seven cards. Evocative of mountain landscapes and colors of the west, this set is fantastic for any occasion.

Notre Dame Before the Fire by Peg Owens – looking for spiritual images to send good cheer, share condolences, or to celebrate life? This intimate look at Notre Dame, in Paris, France, will bring comfort and inspiration to you and your recipients.

Reflections & Radiators by Kearney Thompson – Car lovers, classic car collectors, and sunshine lovers alike will enjoy this set by millennial photographer Kearney Thompson. She’s captured joy in every shot.

Road Trip! By Peg Owens – Send celebrate-the-journey messages or congratulations on the move or big decision with these cards. Scenic roads from around the U.S. highlight each card.

Seasons by Peg Owens – Spring, Summer, Winter, and Fall are captured photographically in these seven cards that support a quarterly greeting to friends. Or, bundled together, celebrate a year of a person’s life. Or nested a few at a time, you can create a pen pal relationship.

Sunbursts by Peg Owens – Brilliant sunrays illuminate each card in the Sunbursts set. Find yourself inspired and share that uplift with family and friends on any occasion.

Tropical Impressions by Peg Owens – Tropical flowers brighten each card, inviting recipients to open the card to see “who sent them flowers”! Great for “thinking of you” and all “hello” messages, along with birthdays too.

Watercolors with Quotes by Beth Suter – Watercolorist Beth Suter finds inspiration in quotes that are included on the back of each card. Starting with the quotes, she paints an image that evokes calm, inspiration, and uplift. Send these cards for birthdays, retirements, big life transitions, and for any reason you choose.

Whimsical Impressions by Peg Owens – Ready to smile, giggle, and maybe laugh out loud? These whimsical images bring joy to happy occasions and celebrations.

Wild Horses Pulled Me Away by Brian Davis – Retired rodeo circuit bull-rider Brian Davis spends time outdoors in search of wild horses, and wild animal herds. This set of Oregon wild horses caught by Brian’s camera will capture the heart of the animal lovers in your life for any occasion you choose to send a card.

Explore what suits your message, which sets capture your personality, and which themed sets will speak to your recipients. Themed sending is a great way to keep connected whether near or far, whether a dear friend or a new acquaintance. NestingCards’ artist images inspire, illuminate, and celebrate!

Photo note:  Wild Horses Pulled Me Away by Brian Davis 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.

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Jana Kemp

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