Tuesday, December 9, 2008

MadeByGirl Cards

Jennifer Ramos (no relation), creator of MadeByGirl cards and posters, has designed quite a selection of colorful holiday cards! Best of all, they're printed on recycled paper so no matter which color you choose, you'll always be green.

She was also kind enough to offer me advice on starting a greeting card business after we featured her on the August issue of Latina. So look out for my cards to pop up some time in the next decade - as soon as I stop using each one I make for my own purposes.

Image: madebygirl.com

11 comments:

  1. Oooh! Yay! I LOVE cards! I've ordered some from another blogger-Felicia
    http://collegesahm.blogspot.com/
    and her stationary page is
    http://www.polkadot-stationary.com/cards/

    Good luck!

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  2. I have always thought that would be so fun to do a line of greeting cards! I will have to check out her site.

    I saw your magazine when I was inline at Target last night. That is so cool that you write for a magazine! :)

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  3. how stinking cool are these??? I can't wait to see what little creative goodies you have in store for us...maybe this will be the beginning of your new empire.....

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  4. Very nice idea, and on recycled paper too!

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  5. Hey Dorkys,
    Thanks a bunch for mentioning MadeByGirl....so nice of you! : ) I will mention you in my next thank you post! : )
    Happy Holidays!



    Jen Ramos
    '100% Recycled DESIGNER Cards & More'
    www.madebygirl.com
    madebygirl.blogspot.com

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  6. I feel so bad that I haven't been by to say hello lately! I hope you're doing well and I so enjoyed a little "dry as toast" morning reading! : )

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  7. The MadeByGirl cards are divine. And don't you hate it when you make something so cute you gotta keep it for yourself?! LOL!

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  8. These are adorable! I didn't know you were doing a product blog now. Or maybe you just have more photos than I remember. Anyways, haute holiday indeed.

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  9. Hey hey!! I love her cards, too!!

    BTW, thanks for pointing out the "Fetal" - it was indeed meant for "Fatal". LOL

    It was a plain typo, but it's so amazing how one character can change the whole meaning of it. Gross!!

    xoxo

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  10. Jennifer makes beautiful prints and cards! Good luck with your new cards!

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