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  A big thanks to all who came by to take part in the Mad Tea Party yesterday! It was nice to hear from all of you, and I had fun getting to see all the other parties going on around the web!


All this partying has got me thinking about upcoming seasons and holidays that I am very much looking forward to, and I think we'll do some celebrating here at Audrey Eclectic. I've got my eye on September as the time to celebrate the coming of fall and to debut several new things--- including art, cards and prints in the shop.


I do have a few new things that I just added however--- including a print of "Lars", and I replenished my postcard sets, including the "Bygone Beauties" set which sold out and a new set (pictured above) with some new, never seen before postcards--- including "Maple and Bittersweet" and my Little House inspired "Prairie Girls." These cards are called "A Girl for All Seasons" because they feature a scene from every season, so there will always be a perfect card to send no matter what time of year it is! You can find all these items ready to buy in my etsy store.


Some things I am also looking forward to debuting include a Swedish Christmas postcard set, and the arrival of notecards, which I just ordered! I've never before carried notecards (they'll be traditional cards with envelopes) so I'm excited to see them and hope you like them too.


Well, I guess I better get back to painting--
~H

6 comments

  1. Love the new postcards, and the tea party pics in yesterday's post. But don't hurray us too fast into autumn, we Brits have barely had a chance to notice summer yet!

    Happy painting x

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  2. Oh Annie, what I wouldn't give for your weather :) I'd trade you a punishing week at 110 for damp and cold any day ;)

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  3. Notecards sound exciting! I love blank cards that I can use for any occasion. They also make a great gift for someone too. Be careful outside as the heat really can exhaust you quickly! Maybe August will see a break in the pattern??? I wonder how the early settlers endured those hot Oklahoma summers without A/C?

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  4. I just adore "Maple and Bittersweet." I have your business card/post card stuck to my fridge with a magnet and I smile every time I see it (which is a lot). Can't wait to see the Swedish Christmas postcard set and the notecards. Exciting!

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  5. P.S. I'll trade Annie, too! It's going to be as hot in Wichita this week as Abu Dhabi.

    I grew up in Oklahoma City and yes, we'd sometimes have about 20 days in late July/early August with 100-degree temps, but this 100+ for months is something new. I had hoped that last summer was a one-off, but it looks like punishing heat might become the new normal. That makes me sad.

    P.P.S. Lars is so adorable.

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  6. hello sweet Heather! here it has been so much, you know, swirling summer an loads of children and doings :) now my husband is back for work and I´m alone with them, hihi..got up early today to have some time for myself. so happy for your words at my place and I will mail you soon I think. love these cards with season-theme, but you know I love all your art and are sure that you are becoming a very famous artist***
    here it´s warmer days and summer still, but I´m glimpsing against autumn, not svared of the thought anymore :)

    love Lycke

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Each and every comment is appreciated! Thanks for coming to visit me :) ~Heather

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