|"A Year of Etegami Flowers"|
|"All Creatures Great and Small"|
|"Words to Light the Way"|
I've added new design choices to the Etegami Calendars I offer on my RedBubble gallery, so you can get an early start on a holiday gift for yourself or someone else. Another good reason to get an early start is that all four designs are being offered at 0% mark-up until September 15, which means you get them for the price of printing and not a cent more (apart from shipping charges). Think about it. Click here
to see close-ups of each page.
P.S. These photos show the back cover of each calendar. Three out of the four have an entirely different etegami featured on the front cover, so that gives you a total of 13 etegami in each calendar. The recipe calendar is the exception. It has only 12 different photos.
Beautiful images. I really like the calendar and the idea of them as gifts. Before I order, what size are the pages?
Hi Carol! Thanks for asking. RedBubble gives detailed information on dimensions, type of the paper, etc if you click "calendar info" below the box that says "Add to Cart." This is what they say about the dimensions of the calendar: A3 (297 x 420mm / 11.7” x 16.5”)Delete
thanks for responding to my "are blogs becoming obsolete?" question- I have started to post a few things on FB regarding my art, but I always feel a littl cheesy when I do it...like I said- to me FB is more of a social place...but I must move with the times. I'll keep my blog though, I like having a place to post my art and connect with people like you! eBethReplyDelete
I ordered A Year of Etegami Flowers. I can't wait to have it hanging on the wall.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Christine! Red Bubble doesn't give me names or any other information about buyers, so I seldom get to thank them directly. I'm glad you told me so I could thank you. :)Delete
Great products Debbie. Good luck.ReplyDelete
those look lovely!ReplyDelete
I am officially looking forward to 2013. I received my calendar today and I can't wait to hang it on the wall! That was fast, wasn't it? It is even more beautiful than I imagined, very high quality. I am so thrilled.ReplyDelete
The RedBubble charge for shipping initially seemed high to me, but they really pack it well. I think the UPS weight was 3 pounds; it's a heavy-duty box. And, as you can see, delivery was extremely fast.
That was fast! I ordered some for myself the same day I listed them on RB and I still haven't gotten mine. But that's because I'm in Japan. RB prints in both the US and Australia, so those address get faster service and cheaper postage than we do. Yes, the paper and the printing is very high quality. I tried to find a cheaper alternative in Japan, but I couldn't.Delete