I gathered four similar small watercolor paintings into a set. While I have many other watercolors, these paintings are a subject on an open background, more abstract and experimental. The image is without geometric boundaries and can be sized in any way it fits on a card or other background. That makes each image versatile in conveying your message: friendship, thinking of you, sympathy, invitation, and more. While we often use electronic communications for quick notes, that makes a card received in the mail all the more dear to the recipient.
The note cards can also be trimmed and incorporated into scrapbooking or collages, or even framed for your wall.
Each of the paintings comes from my collection of Daily Sketches, a three-year period during which I painted my cats nearly every day in a huge variety of media, just a quick sketch, no masterpieces, finding the inspiration and capturing the moment. This gave me a huge body of work to choose from for note cards and more.
About the paintings
About the note cards
Watercolor Cats Note Cards includes four small watercolors in a similar style. Cards are 4.25″ x 5.5″ printed on natural toned textured paper with a matching envelope.
- Available in a set of four, one of each design, or a dozen, three of each design or choose a custom dozen.
- Cards are blank inside.
- These cards do not assort with any other cards.
- Price includes shipping via First Class, Parcel.
- Cards are available individually under their individual listings.
Purchase your note cards
Find the set and purchase your cards here.
Each of these note cards is available individually in its own post under Feline-themed Sets and Note Cards
Create a gift set
Also, you can make up a gift set: each of these paintings is available as a print on paper or canvas, print only or matted and framed, and in many cases I have used these images on gift items in my Handmade Gift Gallery such as tiles, keepsake dishes, refrigerator magnets, and more. If you’d like to explore more, use the search box at the bottom of the page and search the title of the image.
Mewsette takes a sidelong glance at my paintings of her, trying to be polite..
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Weekly schedule of features:
Sunday: Essays, Pet Loss, Poetry, The Artist’s Life Monday: Adoptable Cats, TNR & Shelters Tuesday: Rescue Stories Wednesday: Commissioned Portrait or Featured Artwork Thursday: New Merchandise Friday: Book Review, Health and Welfare, Advocacy Saturday: Your Backyard Wildlife Habitat, Living Green With Pets, Creating With Cats And sometimes, I just throw my hands in the air and have fun!