A Pack of Six Assorted Greeting Cards Featuring Gorgeous Art by Women, from We’Moon 2023, with Artists' Statements on the Back
Perfect for every witch, goddess, sister, mother and friend to share their well-wishes and blessings. Blank inside, they are wonderful for any occasion.
Send a greeting card with visionary goddess art from women around the world for solstice, birthdays and anniversaries!
There is nothing more touching to receive in the mail than a hand-written letter from a beloved.
Whether it's a birthday, anniversary, holiday, or another auspicious occasion, a card brings extra joy to a celebrated day. The well-chosen card can also accompany tender words to comfort after a loss. Hand-written missives convey the love and connection we have for one another.
Give a Greeting Card That They Will Cherish
Emails and texts are nice, but imagine your friends' eyes lighting up when they open an envelope from you, with a keepsake piece of art featured on a card containing your handwritten greetings.
Esperanza depicts an ethnically ambiguous womyn holding a blue flower of healing. Her braid is a symbol of community and her bright clothing a message of hope. The cactuses envelope her as a reminder of the resilience that she possesses. The yellow halo is the divinity she acquires through nature. Her Being is connected to the cosmos by the stars inside her.
These fine-art greeting cards deserve a spot on the fridge!
They are gorgeous! We painstakingly choose (by consensus, I might add) which pieces of art to feature on each card. Out of the 150+ pieces in the We'Moon Planner, we must decide on only 6! That is not always an easy task.
The Mother Tree Stands as one with the stag, the egg, and the sprouting mystery. The frozen ground begins to thaw in the dreaming moon lit night, promising Spring in the morning. The snow queen emerges with her precious beckoning; There will be bountiful flowering again!
Our lives are inextricably woven by the natural rhythms of the Moon. Diosa de la Luna, the Moon Goddess, inspires and invites us to celebrate the Sacred Feminine and our connection to Her. Although subtle, the Goddess image and power is illustrated in Kay’s creation.
I created Stardust to remind us that we are all connected to each other, like Stardust. I have learned that we all need one another to survive on this Earthly plane, and that if we work on our own inner brilliance—healing, growing, creating—we can all shine beautifully in this world together!
This painting, by Canadian Métis Artist Leah Marie Dorion, celebrates the role of the horse in First Nations and Métis culture on the high plains. Historically, the horse provided Indigenous women with freedoms such as mobility; it lightened the burden of daily work and travel, along with providing them with spiritual connection to these magnificent beings. These two women have wind currents surrounding them while their hair is blowing freely in the wind. The horse hoof symbols in the wind currents represent the sacredness of their bond with the horses. The two women are working, and have packs on their backs. They are metaphorically compared to the ants in the ground who also work together as a community.
There are many passageways we travel through during a lifetime. Here is a magical, colorful door partially hidden behind flowers and vines. This ancient door is adorned with symbols of the sacred Elements. There are two cat-size windows shaped like a crescent moon and star, for cats often visit the ancestors on the other side.Grasp the ornate door handles, turn them until you hear or feel the click, open wide and experience the Passage Between Worlds.