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by Nicole Stamsek

Stationery Cards

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Set of folded stationery cards printed on bright white, smooth card stock to bring your personal artistic style to everyday correspondence. Each card is blank on the inside and includes a soft white, European fold envelope for mailing.

A group of flamingos at the LA Zoo making an intricate pattern.
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Sarah Carolann McCleskey Broad… commented on January 29, 2014 3:34pm
Dear Ms. Nicole Stamsek: I am so impressed with your artworks!!!! I am married with three pets and LOVE animals/outdoors/patterns!!!! I have retired and now will use my "spare time" for my "new career", photography of all areas! I love art appreciation, fashion, domestic/wildlife rescue, anti-bullying support groups, travel, and foreign languages. I opened a Flickr account primarily for my future photography with my Nikon D7000, and uploaded your artwork with your text, artwork tags to begin my posts. I am an upmost professional and, thus, gave you credit for your artwork as well as posting your Society 6.com info. I really do love all your artworks as they bring such joy to my life and encourage inspiration within me. Thank you for sharing such excellent creativity and intelligence with all who view your work. You can contact me at broadco@yahoo.com if you have any questions or concerns about me posting to flickr group page of nearly 4,000 group members. I want your work to "shine" amongst all the other great artistry like you. My husband paints and is photographer. I, alas, cannot draw, but I admire and have studied art all my life. I am still waiting for the right day to go to our Tyler, TX., USA zoo where the flamingoes are so beautiful as you have captured so beautifully. Sincerely, Sarah Carolann Broaddus. :)