Tuesday, July 9, 2013


I'm thinking about making some of my own notecards. 
Mostly for my use...maybe to sell at our annual November craft show.
I'm looking for a little feedback.
1) Matte or glossy?
2) Border? No border?
3) If I sell them, should I package them in (themed) sets?
4) Or sell them individually?
5) What do you think of the photos I chose (so far), are they notecard material?
6) Do they needs any "words" on the front? 

I appreciate your feedback!!


Wish You Were Here said...

These are beautiful photos and I think they would make lovely note cards! Hugs, Janice

Katherine Thomas said...

Marie, you're a talented photographer, I've always loved your work, and your daughter's too. However you decide to print them, I think people will love to buy them!

Ann said...

I did notecard sets the last craft show I did. I chose themed sets for mine. I think the pictures you chose are great and my favorite is the sheep.

Sweet Annabelle said...

I like the hydrangea photo, of course.
Words on the front - yes! :0)

Lovely photos!


Little Birdie Blessings said...

Hi Marie, Your photos are lovely and would make nice notecards. I'd do matte finish, glue onto card, the frame of the card is your border, no border on the photo. Sell them individually unless you're giving them as a gift, then you could package them. I don't think the flowers need words. You could put a verse on the one with the sheep, something to do with the shepherd and/or sheep. If you sell individually, package in a cello sleeve/bag. You could sell them so much for each one or 5 for $___.
Those are my opinions for what it's worth. If you don't have a label for the back, be sure to sign and date in the corner. ~ Abby