Clearly, I am going to have to get back to making my own greeting cards. Have you noticed how expensive they are these days? Two cards I picked up last week were $6.99 each, and though they were lovely, I'm just not paying the price of a teacup for a card—especially at the grocery store, where I saw those two pretty cards. But I did find two pretty and reasonably priced teacup cards at Barnes and Noble last week.
I loved this pretty Easter card (just $2.95) with artwork by Susan Wheeler.
And I also loved this contemporary design teacup card ($2.50) with artwork called "Stacked Teacups" by Amy Tollafield. I have a dear friend going through a twelve-step program, and the card seemed appropriate since it says "Many warm wishes for your recovery." I thought some of you might like to look for these two cards next time you're in Barnes and Noble yourselves. My town no longer has a Hallmark shop, so my card shopping is pretty much limited to Walmart, Target, grocery stores, and Barnes and Noble. Where do you buy greeting cards, or do you make your own?