This is a card to send to all your long distance besties out there–the ones who you cry and laugh with you over the phone, rant with over text, and save up your travel dollars to go see.
4.25"x5.5" Printed on Red River 60 lb. Polar Matte paper. Comes with a purple envelope. Recycle-able.
Front: "Thank you for being such an amazing long distance* friend. *your friendship, both when we are near and when we are far apart, is everything." over a digitized purple watercolor background and illustration of two landline phones with a long chord between them.
To reduce waste this card sold without additional packaging. If you'd prefer it to come in a clear compostable sleeve, they are available upon request. You can put the request in the comments at checkout. (compostable in most commercial composts: DIN Certco under ASTM 6400 and EN 13432)
$4 flat rate shipping on all first class USPS shipping within the US.
Use code 4DOLLARSOFF to discount $4 off the price of any shipping anywhere, on all orders over $35!
Please allow 3-5 days for order fulfillment, this allows for prints to fully dry for 48hrs before shipping. All prints are printed by myself upon order, packaged with love, and shipped in low waste/eco-conscious packaging within a week.
International shipping available for Canada and Mexico. If you would like something shipped outside the US, Canada, or Mexico, please reach out and I will set up shipping for your destination!
10% of all proceeds go to the Central Texas Food Bank + the Potlatch Fund.
Central Texas Food Bank is a food bank the serves the Austin area and beyond. I chose this organization because I started this online shop to help pay my bills, to put food on the table. I am fortunate to be able to afford groceries right now, but I believe everyone should have access to food.
The Potlatch Fund is a Native-led non-profit that provides grants and leadership development to Tribal Nations in Washington, Oregon, Idaho and Nevada. I chose this organization because a large majority of photographs in my shop were taken in Washington, on the ancestral and stolen lands of several tribes of the Pacific Northwest region, and I believe in giving resources (money, land, time) back to these tribes.