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CardGnome.com (where I have 47 greeting cards) is so wonderfully participating in sending troops over seas some 10,000 holiday cards! They were doing a promotional event to get those cards movin’ in a coffee shop in Denver, Colorado on Monday and some of MY CARDS made it into the mix they chose to send! The local news covered the event and you can see my cards! I was so excited, I just had to share!

Enjoy the video and play “I SPY” on my two holiday greeting cards!

 

You too can send a free card just by going to CardGnome.com! Do it, it’s free, seriously there’s no reason not to!

And just to help you out, I’ve attached screen shots of my cards in the video :)

This afternoon I got a reminder email to send Halloween cards to my friends and family using CardGnome.com, how nice of them. When I scrolled down the email I was excited to see my “feelin’ witchy” card featured as a suggestion!!

I just had to share!

Which reminds me… Go to CardGnome.com and look at my super cute Halloween cards to send to your friends and family!!

Ooooooooh!! Looky looky, when I went online to get the link…. Yay!!!

Well well well… I do exist. It has been a busy last couple of months, I mean I can’t even tell you what all I’ve worked on. No really. I can’t tell you.

But I’ve had quite a few exciting things happening over here and I can finally tell you about one of them! The other one is like supercalafragalisticexpyaladocious exciting… and I’ll just say this. Next spring/summer, you’re whole kitchen/picnic can be filled with lezleelliott products!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Ok, now, the news I CAN tell you! Greeting cards!!! 46 of them to be exact. That’s right 46 lezleelliott greeting cards are NOW AVAILABLE to you online at CardGnome.com! Let me first explain where/how this whole awesome website works.

Card Gnome provides an online shopping center with tons of cards. Once ¬†you purchase a card, you can either 1. personalize it right there on the computer and have it sent to your recipient, OR 2. you can send it to your house and write your message and send it off (with the extra included envelope) yourself! Here’s the best part. You can sign up for a “Card Plan,” which allows you to purchase all the cards you need for the year and have them sent out on dates you choose! So literally you can pick every birthday card you need, choose when it should be sent, fill in the message and BOOM, not worry about it for the rest of the year. AND postage is included in the price of the card!

You can also purchase the cards in bulk, like Christmas cards. Cause duh, mine are the cutest.

Here’s the kicker, Card Gnome has categorized the cards into “The Jewel Store” because other fantastic artists from my agent are also in there like Simon & Kabuki, Robin Pickens, Darcel Phillips, PhiloSophie’s and Heather Rosas. But I have all kinds of cards in there for Birthday, Baby, Cocktail, Halloween and Christmas! There are currently 36 of them up… so I’m working to get the last 10 on there, my Haute Wine Girls!! Everything else is from my Too Sweet candy/cake/cupcake collection, Cocktail hour (Martini/Margarita/Wine) collection, Baby Animals (elephant/giraffe/lion) collection, Haunted Halloween collection, and Winter Woods (birds in trees and circles) collection.

So go check out all the cards, and buy some!!!

Would you buy Halloween greeting cards?

There’s a demand for Halloween greeting cards, but how big is it really? That’s what she said. Since I’m opening up the doors to this amazing web store, and basically everyone voted that they’d buy holiday greeting cards, I’m wondering if Halloween cards would be a part of that grouping.

My initial thought was Christmas cards, duh… basically everyone needs those and why not have awesome ones that no one else does? But I also have some super cute Halloween card designs and I’m curious if anyone would want those…

So before I do a visual poll, choosing which greeting card collections I sell, would you buy Halloween cards? Would you buy 1 at a time? A group of 5 different cards? A group of 10 cards (5 designs with 2 cards of each design)? Or would you skip over them and go straight for the Christmas cards?

I need to know!