This card reminds us of thoughts from summer— sunshine bathing the skin, warmth that frees one of winter’s heavy clothing, still-time listening to the call of the loon or whippoorwill, or sharing the hammock and making memories with a young child.
Remember from childhood the sleds you enjoyed with the delight of snow? They still do the job. Though they are out of production, their long lives prove useful for Grandpa as he and his grandchildren zoom down the icy drive.
In olden days, husking corn by hand was a necessity for harvesting. The old traditions have been carried on through our family in an annual hand corn husking contest. The hook is used to remove the husks so that the farmer can feed the rest of the good corn to his animals. NOTE: This card More Info »
The Nativity, a central time in history, is commemorated in many ways. Here it has been captured in wood as a silhouette. Be creative in your sharing this special day with friends and loved ones. NOTE: We are offering you the option to leave the inside blank or to add "Merry Christmas" and/or a Christmas More Info »
A grandchild's "memory-making" card starts the dialog with Grandma and Grandpa. We are offering this card addressed to "Grandma," "Grandpa" or "Grandma & Grandpa." You will be asked to indicate which at checkout. NOTE: We are offering you the option to leave the inside blank or to add "Merry Christmas" and/or a Christmas Bible verse More Info »