When I was a little girl in Japan, my mom never dressed me in pink.
Granted red is considered the traditional “girl color” in Japan, my mom disliked pink and would refuse to buy anything pink for me.
What’s even worse (in my little girl mind), my parents were practical and frugal, so they often dressed me in my older brother’s hand-me-downs. Which were mostly navy blue and brown 😑 Not acceptable.
Side note, my dad also spray painted my brother’s old bicycle weird lavender color for me. I wanted PINK. I was a disgruntle little girl for that…
At age 4, I craved everything pink and girlie with all of my heart. I was hard-wired for it. The color pink was magical and dreamy and so sweet 🦄
I remember this one time when my grandma, who was not anti-pink, took me shopping, she bought me a pair of shiny pink shoes. It had sort of a plastic-y, marshmallowy texture to it, with cute little puffy embellishments all over. I loved them so so much 💕
Now that I’m an adult, I can wear/buy anything in any colors I want. Funny thing is I don’t really gravitate towards pink or girlie things like I used to 🤷🏻♀️
But, I do like to create art with pink in them. It brings warmth and softness to the designs.
For the past few years, I’d create winter holiday cards in non-traditional color palette. Like these ones in pink-ish tones.
I liked them because they are sweet and a bit different.
And I thought some of you may be looking for something different, too.
But I was wrong 😢
I’d always have a ton of leftover pink cards at the end of the holiday season, and now on my “lessons learned list”, I’ve got “don’t make any more pink holiday cards.”
I’m sure people liked them enough but there just wasn’t enough demand to justify manufacturing them any more.
So no more pink holiday cards from here on… but I have a good news for you!
I’m offering mixed pink holiday card sets in my online shop. It’s 25 cards and envelopes for $25 while supplies last🙌🏼
(That is $125 value, my friend 🐦)
NOTE: It will be an assortment of three designs that you see above (Peace on Earth, Season’s Greetings, and Wishing You Peace and Joy). I have significantly more Peace on Earth cards in stock, so know that you’ll get more of that design in your mix. As the inventory dwindles, you may get a pack that’s made up with only Peace on Earth cards. Oh and I can’t customize the quantity of each designs in your pack!
If you want non-traditional holiday greeting cards, go get the deal today🦄
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I like the cards because they are diferent.