Skip to product information
1 of 3

Found & Rewound

Blank Greeting Card - Hitting Rocks With Papa - Mixed Media Collage

Blank Greeting Card - Hitting Rocks With Papa - Mixed Media Collage

Regular price $4.99
Regular price Sale price $4.99
Sale Sold out
Shipping calculated at checkout.

Artwork Details:
As the mother of a little boy, there seem to be few things as satisfying for him as skipping, hitting, or throwing rocks into a water body. He can literally spend hours doing it and dreaming up new ways to launch the stone into the water. And his absolute favorite companion for this activity is his papa. There’s so much value in this passtime – father/son bonding, creativity, silliness, and physical coordination. But perhaps the biggest value is the simple act of spending time together focused on the same goal for a sustained period of time. It’s confidence, friendship, and memory building all in one. Messages incorporated into this image say “empowering children” and “what they believe is what they will become”. This blank greeting card makes a great Father's Day or anytime card for Dad, Papa, Grandpa, or any father figure.

Greeting Card Details:
This listing is for an 5x7 greeting card of my original mixed media collage artwork described above. Blank inside. Printed on high quality, 100 lb bond, 100% post-consumer recycled white matte cardstock with archival ink. Envelope is as pictured, craft-paper brown, complementing the style and texture of the paper collage.

Shipping Details:
Greeting cards will be packaged in a protective cellophane sleeve, and shipped to you in a sturdy cardboard mailer.

Orders are shipped First Class via USPS.

If you’re purchasing this as a gift, please leave any gift note instructions in the “note to seller” section at checkout and we'll do our best to make it extra perfect for the recipient. ;-)

©Jordan Kim, Found & Rewound 2017
Images may not be reproduced, resold or used in any form without written consent. By purchasing this item you agree to my shop policies.

View full details