Lightmark Press cards have always been sustainably printed in the USA. The images are photographs, mostly taken where I live on Vashon Island, WA, a small blob of land in southern Puget Sound. I give them a graphic arts spin with my magic computer and then put on my writer's cap and work on captions. Or hunt a good one down. My commitment is to preserve the charm, sweetness and true character of my subjects--to inspire people to appreciate how blessed we are to have our forever friends always willing to go along for the ride.
KUDOS FROM A GREAT CUSTOMER
Really appreciate your line. Got a call from a customer who wants me to re-order your cards today--she even knew which captions she wanted. They are very appealing to the SINCERE animal lovers. Best of all, these cards send big heart messages for their keepers too.
Thanks Rondi….keep 'em coming.
Jacque Michelle, 2670 Broadway St, Boulder, CO
All cards are 5 x 7 and are blank inside. The dogs-in-cars cards have the names and breeds of the dogs, as well as the year and “breed” of the vehicle on the back.
Why no greeting inside? Because I've found that customers seem to have very personal reasons for choosing a card, whether for themselves, or because they know of someone who has a similar-looking dog or cat. Or because the caption earns a laugh to be shared--or perfectly expresses the right sentiment. For this reason, I keep them all-occasion, except for pet bereavement cards.
For more information about ordering wholesale, visit the wholesale link. Retail customers, be sure and check out the stores where Lightmark Press is sold. If you bring me a new store, I'll give you 50% off on your order! Contact me for details.
All cards have an individual UPC code on the back. They are not pre-priced and retail for $3.25 - $4.99, depending on the store.
The price range for Lightmark Press cards is so varied because they sell in high-end galleries and giftshops--such as the Phoenix Art Museum in Phoenix, Arizona--and also in sports stores, hardware stores, garden shops, feed stores, coffeshops, wine shops, antique and grocery stores. And in boutique pet stores and vet clinics.