It’s just about harvest time and you know what that means! It means it time for new beer to be brewed, wine to be made, wheat to be harvested, pumpkins to be carved and all things to take a break for winter. Harvest time is about bounty and storage for the cold ahead. We’ve also always made the connection between harvest time and family together-ness. Late November we will gather with family and friends to be thankful and share our bounty with those we love most.
There is a small catch however, when it comes to family and friends coming together. Nowadays, not all of our family members or our friends are near to us. Harvest Greeting cards are important during those time when families just can’t get together. These Harvest Greeting cards include high quality digital photos, impressive color and design as well as perfectly clear professional printing.
To stay in touch and keep your family up-to-date send them greeting cards and photos of those who are important to you, like these two greeting cards. The first is a horizontal card with a berry wreath and a space for one photo on the left. You can write a little note or include a longer letter in with your card. This greeting card can be found at finestationery.com or click here for easier access.
The next photo greeting card I’d like to feature can also be found at finestationery and is titled Leafy Swirls Photo Card. There is a leaf ornament at the top separated by a personalized photo and greeting text at the bottom. This card’s light cream background and bright oranges and browns exemplify the essence of Harvest Time/ Thanksgiving and Fall. Stay close with family and friends even if you can’t be near them.
Other Autumn/Thanksgiving invitation choices can be found at finestationery.com, thestationerystudio.com as well as invitationbox.com.
These last photo greeting cards use browns and greens to showcase lots of photos. This time you don’t have to be choosy and narrow all your wonderful photos down to one, you can use between 3 and 4 to show off your whole family. These photo cards from invitationbox can also carry over into the Christmas season. If you don’t have your photos ready just yet, you can wait a little longer and send them off between Thanksgiving and Christmas; remember it’s only 1 month between the two!!