This is long overdue.
[To be continued…]
While most of you wait until October to see some of my horror-inspired designs, I remind you that horror is where my love for art and design began.
With a string of vivid dreams and nightmares lately, it’s no surprise I took a break from my tradition of spring floral sets to work on a horror piece.
My personal life has my career feeling like bloodletting lately. My love for art has not left me, however, the strain of having to design on a schedule has been a nightmare. Art has been a cathartic release, even if the scheduling causes me pain.
Financial stresses make operation a lot more difficult as well. As always, we will see what the cards hold.
Have a relaxing Sunday
You ever change something so many times it makes you dizzy? Isn’t it even better when you end up right where you began?
This has been the last few months for me. A whole bunch of starting off strong just to get caught under the tires.
I feel a change coming, though. & I’ve certainly had enough. Get back to me when I’m out of this.
Where have you been? What have you been up to? Where has everyone gone? Am I really that vile?
Talk to me. After all, this is our Sunday ritual.
As you may already know,
We are currently undergoing maintenance, making some more changes to the site, and have a lot going on behind the curtain.
We will be away for a while during the holidays and will miss you all terribly, so we are leaving you this greeting as a parting gift.
While CardCastles will remain down until around the first week of January, we will still be maintaining our art services during downtime. We have some sales going on you can find out about through our social media pages and through our CONTACT page here on site.
Any questions can be sent to Snapping Turtle through our contact page here or by calling us directly. Greeting card prints will be available all throughout the holiday season.
Have a happy, healthy, and blessed holidays
•Snapping Turtle Family•
There are usually a lot of requests in the CardCastles inbox this time of year for greeting card prints. This little in flux usually lasts until around January and then things begin to slow down. I always enjoy making them, especially around the holidays. Halloween is one of my favorite seasons to design for in the fall. Some of my favorites usually go to teachers and mothers for the classroom or children’s parties. I just added custom invitations to the list for that reason.
What are your favorite seasons or holidays?
Have a warm Sunday!