Bright Spots Card line - by Kate Harper
Kate Harper and Amber Lotus in the News.
Kate Harper Partners with Amber Lotus: New Kid Calendars and Card Line
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With designs that are straight forward and whimsical, Kate uses a myriad of mediums–calligraphy, crayons, markers, slabs of ink and cut paper – anything she can find that is guaranteed to make a mess. Kate believes that surrounding yourself with humor brings you closer to those around you – and the everyday experiences of life become more inspired. The Kids Quotes 2012 Wall Calendar captures this literal yet lighthearted point of view with a year full of quotes from everyday kids.
To Preview our New Cards and all our 2012 Calendar Products email us for our current 2011 Catalog –
Here is a sampling of the many card designs we are offering this year. New and Updated series.
Celtic Blessings by Michael Green
Flowers: A Universe Revealed
Love in a Circle by Brenda Cornett
Renée Locks - Paintings & Calligraphy
Please feel free to contact us for ordering information: 800-326-2375 or email@example.com
Once upon a time words were like magic. You will see a take on that in the passage below. Even in our age of information overload, words retain their original magic as long as we remember to remember. Our effort at Amber Lotus is to be mindful of the magic of adding words to images.
When Words Were Like Magic
In the very earliest time
when both people and animals lived on earth,
a person could become an animal if he wanted to
and an animal could become a human being.
Sometimes they were people
and sometimes animals
and there was no difference.
All spoke the same language.
That was the time when words were like magic.
The human mind had mysterious powers.
A word spoken by chance
might have strange consequences.
It would suddenly come alive
and what people wanted to happen could happen-
all you had to do was say it.
Nobody could explain this:
That’s the way it was.
– Nalungiaq, an Inuit woman, interviewed by ethnologist Knud Rasmussen
Call of the Goddess greeting cards by visionary artist Helena Nelson-Reed.