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Saturday, February 12, 2011

. . . there is always edit/undo and control (or command) "Z"

As I have stated many a time, designing cards that are about more than communication, invitations that preserve a moment in time, and event program covers that enhance an occasion, has led me to information about many traditional and non-traditional holidays. In several of these cases there are silicone bracelets to go along with such events, and, if you can't find the bracelet that suits your needs, the made-to-order possibilities are at your disposal — courtesy of the Internet — as evidenced by a photograph posted above of the silicone bracelet honoring Don't cry over spilled milk day, (a day associated with optimism) which incidentally was yesterday, February the Eleventh.

For this occasion, many folks indulge in dairy products! And if you know someone for whom this may be the case, they might like both my black and white card as well as photo-print known as Cow With Children. It can be seen below, and viewed on my web-site, where purchase information is available.

Other folks chose to honor this day by sending a card or photographic print that "represents" another dairy product — yogurt —as seen in the image posted below known as Early A.M.

So, if you missed Don't cry over spilled milk day, there's no need to cry over that; rather, revel in the idea that every day represents a holiday of some sort and an excuse (if you need one) to have a soirĂ©e or send a card.

Besides, if you are a MAC user, when it comes to editing your artwork or prose, there is little reason to cry-over-the-spilled-milk of hitting the wrong key on the keyboard because there's always Edit/Undo and Command (or Control) Z for that — ah if that were only true in 'real-life' . . . 


I no longer actively produce event program covers, invitations and the types of greeting cards described here or on my website but arrangements might be able to be made under certain circumstances. My focus is on the Words In Our Beak book series, pictured below...


...whose stories are told from the point of view of Cam, a female cardinal, whose photo is on the cover of each book. Words In Our Beak’s goal is to open readers to a simple understanding of the winged world and their environment. Set in my rooftop garden in NYC Words In Our Beak is directed to children and adults who are curious about birds, and want to learn about them from a unique perspective. The books include hundreds of images of flora and fauna, links to movies, as well as to informative narratives that have been created by the author.

Please click here to go to my blog post that provides details as to where you can get these books.

Additionally, I have rendered some images from these books into other formats and they are available via Fine Art America (FAA). Some of my other photographs (Black & White CollectionKaleidoscopic Images and the famous Mandarin duck who visited NYC) can also be found on my FAA pages.

"Never say never," the saying goes, and I suppose that applies to saying, "I no longer....," which I did in my 2018 addendum and now I'm here to announce at the advice of Chris Deatherage, my book series formatter, who is also my web-master (for I now have some versions of the greeting cards that are referenced in this blog post available via FAA, please click here to view them.

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