Hello all- It's that time of year again! Time for my annual Valentine sending/mailing list clean-up. For those of you who are new to my email list, blog or social networking endeavors - allow me to explain.
For whatever reason, I am never able to get myself organized and together enough in December to mail holiday cards. I love getting things in the mail and I love mailing things so just ignoring the tradition was not an option I could be happy with. A few years ago I decided that I would and could send Valentines. I almost went with Groundhog's Day, but let's face it- there are only so many ways to draw a groundhog.
Besides pleasing people on my mailing list, the Valentine mailing allows me to keep my mailing list current. If the Valentines make their way back to me then I can delete that person from the list and not waste any more postage sending postcards and such out into nothing.
So if you are on my mailing list you get a hand printed, limited edition, signed Valentine. It's just that simple. How can you tell if you are on the list? If you received a postcard with information about my show in October then you are on the list. Unless you have moved between then and now. In that case, you should send me your new info. If you did not get a postcard then I don't have your snail mail info. If you would like to be added then please send your info my way. Just to be super duper clear, anyone can be on the list. It doesn't really matter how you know me, if you can read this and are interested, I will send you a Valentine.
But wait! There's more! Are you missing the previous monster Valentines? Perhaps you would like to share them with other monster appreciators. Monster Valentine cards sets now available here: http://www.etsy.com/shop.php?user_id=5376389 or just click on the handy SHOP link on my website.
Save the date: Saturday, March 7th my solo show at Minas in Baltimore will be opening. There will be new drawings, new prints and most importantly-cheese cubes. Detailed information will make its way to you very soon.
Thanks to you all and I hope to hear from you soon,
PS- Here's a picture of the Valentine prints on the drying rack. Stage one of production is complete!