“Although here at Good Tidings we think cards can be sent any time at all, for absolutely no reason except to say ‘I am thinking of you’ — without a doubt many of us are more likely to send a greeting card around the time of our favorite holidays.” Meriah Kruse
I will be painting original cards in 2016 for 16 different holidays —
including some you may not usually think of as “card-giving” holidays,
NEW YEARS January 1. VALENTINES February 14. (click here to see a few of this year’s Valentine’s Collection)
ST. PATRICK’s Day March 16.(coming right up!)SPRING (vernal) EQUINOX March 20.EASTER March 27.
EARTH DAYApril 22. MAY DAY/Beltane… May 1. RAMADANJune 6 – July 5.
SUMMER SOLSTICE… June 20. INDEPENDENCE Day July 4.
FALL (Autumnal) EQUINOX September 22. INDIGENOUS PEOPLES’ Day… October 10.
HALLOWEEN… October 31. THANKSGIVING… November 24.
WINTER SOLSTICE… December 21.
THE DECEMBER HOLIDAYS: Christmas, Chanukah, Kwanzaa… December 24 – January 1
SCROLL DOWN to see 10 examples of December holiday cards from 2015.
CLICK on the images to see a larger version, in greater detail.