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Flower Mandala Cards

By Kcaseysmith @karencaseysmith

It’s true that it’s easy to write an email, post on Facebook, text people, or call. Even so, don’t you appreciate the thoughtfulness of someone taking the time to write a personal note and send a card? It really is lovely gift to receive something so nice in the mail.

True Flower Mandala Note Card

True Flower Mandala Card - top fold

True II Flower Mandala Card

True II Flower Mandala Card - side fold

I’ve had a lot of requests for greeting and note cards. Most people have asked for a set that includes several different cards. Well, I’m thrilled to have found RedBubble, a place that prints lovely, quality cards at a great price! Now you can purchase my flower mandalas and other photography as note cards, and have the option to choose the quantity and designs you like.

About the cards:

  • They’re printed on 300gsm card stock with a lovely satin finish.
  • They come with envelopes.
  • There are two sizes to choose from, 4″ x 6″ and 7.5″ x 5″. (Plus, postcards are available.)
  • They have a great guarantee, and a great price.
  • They’re shipped quickly, and for a reasonable shipping charge.

I’ve ordered a few myself to check the quality, and to see what kind of experience I had in ordering and receiving a shipment, and I’m very pleased. They are excellent at keeping you updated on the status of your order, and their emails are charming.

One of my lovely friends (Thank you, Cheryl!) also ordered and reported back that it was easy to place her order, that the cards are gorgeous, and were very nicely packaged.


Each flower mandala is set on a background of stars, and there are two styles to choose from.

If you’re interested in one of my images as a card, and you don’t see it, just write to me and I’d be more than happy to list it for you. These cards would work well as note cards, thank you cards, thinking of you, congratulations, sympathy cards, or they can be given as a gift. It’s nice to have a few unique cards on hand for any occasion that might arise.

I always appreciate your purchases, and hope you enjoy the cards.

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