When was the last time you gave a handwritten card to a friend, a neighbor, or a client? …
A personal note might resonate much deeper and longer than an email or a phone call.
The time and care you invest to be present, to write and to cherish, can be considered a form of meditation; a time of mindfulness, peace and clarity; recalibrating your busy mind to what is at the root of being human: nurturing relationships.
My interest is not in talking you into buying “more and more”, but in sharing and contributing to happiness in daily living.
Art and beauty is a universal language that touches our hearts beyond all our seeming disagreements, fears and troubles.
Your feedback, your comments, your suggestions — the good, or the bad — are very much appreciated and give me the opportunity to reflect and improve; in the end all of this here is for you. Life is about sharing!
Thank you so much for stopping by!
Thank you for your business,
A picture is worth a 1,000 words.
For me your photography is the best and my favorite and it continues to delight me. I trust your cards will continue to grow in the popularity and outreach that is worthy of them and you.
–Ellen, Carmel, May 2018
Thank you Holger,
I picked up my cards yesterday and have already sent a few. I love them.
Always my best,
–Trish, Pacific Grove, May 2018
I love the photo scripture you sent.
I will be sending it out to friends and family! Thanks Holger!
-Rina, May 2018
[Holger] You continue (as usual) to amaze me with the quality and diversity of your mind and artistic talents. Thank you so very much for the lovely wonderful full of energy and beauty card. I am very fortunate to know you and have you value me enough to share yourself and your creations. Thank you.
P.S. I have the card displayed in our dining room at the Inn. People are commenting.
-Julian, Carmel, August 2015
… Last but not least your work is beautiful and I love the feel of the paper as well. You are a very talented artist with a beautiful, humble heart to match.
-Laika, ZFolio Monterey, July 2015
Your card is exquisite! […] You have a wonderful eye, focusing on beauty or details that would by most, go unobserved! As we know, the marketing and assembling of the product are perhaps the most difficult part but it’ll come easier.
-Elsbeth, Monterey, July 2015