2015 Calendars, Holiday Cards and More!

Calendars? As in more than one?

I may have gotten a little carried away. I spent some time putting together the photos for my 2015 The Seated View Calendar and was really happy with it. Go ahead. Take a look, it's purdy.

Then I looked at all the photos that didn’t make it into the calendar and realize a lot of them were of birds. Not surprising, given my newfound obsession with the avian species. So why not share it with all of you? Hence the The Seated View 2015 Bird Calendar. I’m pretty enamoured of that, too.

Before I get to the cards, I have to show you my new poster. It was created after some rather specific requests were made when I shared my photos of the redtailed hawk. It's available in any size you want.

One of the great things about creating these products is that I end up buying several of them myself. That poster is going to be on a wall in my apartment pretty soon.

And now for the cards. Zazzle moves quickly, so there’s still time to get a bunch and send them out before the holidays. I have several in the more general category that can work for pretty much any December-related holiday, including Christmas, Hanukkah, Solstice and Festivus!


This year, I also created some that were more specifically Christmas. I love this one — it’s very Scandinavian

As is this one in all its crafty whimsy

I love stained glass, the way creates something meaningful out of little bits of coloured glass

And lastly, a card completely unrelated to the holidays, meant for that one person you know who needs some encouragement to create their own path

If you’re interested in purchasing any of my new products, as well some of my perennials, hop on over to The Seated View shop.



Diane said…
My calendar (super-sized) has been ordered. I have so enjoyed looking at the pictures you took on the 2013 calendar hanging in the mill. I think of you every time and wish we lived just a wee bit closer!

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