Friday, October 21, 2011

Holiday Collection 2011

Yes, yes, it's not even Halloween yet, but it's never too early to start thinking about the holidays. This year I've designed and printed six new cards that I'm really proud of. These first two sets of cards are part of the larger Portoni collection, and were inspired by the Midcentury Modern architectural detailing of entrance gates, or Portonia, as they're called on the island of Kefalonia. I'm in love with MCM repetitive patterns, and having been so drawn to them over the summer while I was in Greece, I've created a line of cards with these various repetitive patterns.

All cards are currently available online at the Cartoules Press Etsy shop as boxed sets of six, but please message me if you'd like larger or smaller quantities.

Check back on Monday when I feature the other two new designs - hope you all have a great weekend!

Portoni Collection | Happy Holidays 
Printed on Pearl White Crane Lettra 110lb. 100% cotton card stock. Comes with envelope.
Size: (4-bar) 5" x 3.5" folded card

Portoni Collection | Kala Xristougenna (Merry Christmas in Greek)
Printed on Pearl White Crane Lettra 110lb. 100% cotton card stock. Comes with envelope.
Size: (4-bar) 5" x 3.5" folded card

Portoni Collection | Merry Christmas
Printed on Pearl White Crane Lettra 110lb. 100% cotton card stock. Comes with envelope.
Size: (4-bar) 5" x 3.5" folded card


Portoni Collection | Kales Giortes (Happy Holidays in Greek)
Printed on Pearl White Crane Lettra 110lb. 100% cotton card stock. Comes with envelope.
Size: (4-bar) 5" x 3.5" folded card

4 comments:

  1. Helena - A Diary of LovelyOctober 21, 2011 at 5:13 AM

    what a lovely collection Julie! I absolutely adore the Greek versions!

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  2. Thanks Helena! I had so much fun designing, printing and photographing them. Hopefully people will have fun buying them :)

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  3. Fishes Make Wishes .October 23, 2011 at 6:15 AM

    Hello Julie,
    really cool designs, love your photos as well.
    aleka

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  4. Thanks Aleka!

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