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Pocket-sized art with more uses than you can wave a Bic at. Birthdays, thanks yous, Valentines or even Wednesdays, there’s always an occasion for a stunning card. From promotional weapon to distant friend-contactor, our cards are more versatile than Optimus Prime.
Cards are designed to suit the most common image ratio of 3:2, but any image size can be printed—we just leave a white border.
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Textured layers kindly supplied by Pareeerica
Featured in Birth and MaternityThank you Jenny.
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wow! I love what you have created here…..such beautiful effects – gives an aged, romantic feel to this classy shot of a woman at her creative best
Cool image great effects & beautiful shades of colours mq
Good work. Well done.
I really Like the Treatment, makes for a bit less intrusion Well done with the blending and the edging Cathleen
beautiful. you can definately feel a warm mortherly glow coming from this.
A beautiful art dedicate to all pregnant woman. Well done.
awwwwww i love pregnant women!!such a natural photo! Beautiful job
The colors and textures are scrumptuous, the drapery makes wonderful patterns, especially the horizontal black, the fine angled back pillow that draws the eye distant. Her expression is wonderfully serious and enlightened at the same time, and she looks pleased, happy with the coming child. I love everything about this but her right arm. I tried the pose myself, and the hand like that FEELS relaxed and comfortable, but it’s the only part of the photograph that looks tense; the right arm is not clearly defined and appears too short. I believe photographers have an especially hard job in that all areas of a shot have to be considered, and it must take enormous discipline, forcing yourself to see the whole picture and not a series of parts. Probably stands you in good stead for winning arguments, too. I’m accustomed to letting myself get slammed between the eyes to the point of diorientation. If I didn’t have the luxury of sorting it all out on a canvas over a long period of time I couldn’t produce a thing. And I am for some reason desperate to include it all, all the stimulating bits and periferal delights and flashes of color in the banquet view. I pray you’ll forgive my going on like this. But Cathleen, in such a short time you’ve gone from amateur to professional, every photograph more impressive than the last, and reaching I am sure the image you intend — a major accomplishment. You’re so bright and fast! I want you to have every advantage over people who have been doing this for decades and still don’t get it right, so I really try to look, then the mouth opens, words come out.
precious innocence reveals eloquent here!i love it!xxx