Spotlight of the Week: LJ Cards & More

Little bit about company

  • Started in 2004 by Nova Scotia entrepreneur Lisette Jones.
  • Online retail website revamped in 2006,
  • Created the official commemorative card for the Congrès Mondial Acadian, an international Acadian celebration that took place in 2004.

Little bit of information about your products:  Our greeting cards are stamped, watercolored, and glittered by hand.  Every single one!  Many of our designs are exclusive to our company and will not be found anywhere else.  We also make wedding invitations, personalized stationery, and other specialty work.

How do you encourage “A Gift Within A Card”:We know how important it is to send heartfelt messages to your friends and family.  That is why LJ Cards & More will send your personalized card directly to your recipient. Our single boxed art cards, which are suitable for framing, are boxed individually and include a mini certificate — a definite gift within a card!

Recommended card for month:There was a grand celebration in 2004 in Atlantic Canada — the Congres Mondial Acadien!  The Congres Mondial Acadian 2004 is the third international Acadian celebration of its kind — it took place from July 31st to August 15th, 2004. We were proud to have created the official commemorative card for this special event. LJ Cards & More ‘s artist, Simone Meuse, illustrated the image which was then made into a rubber stamp.  The image on each card is hand-stamped and embossed, water-colored by hand, framed with navy linen and red confetti cardstock, and attached to a white felt deckle card. A hand-stamped, embossed, raised yellow star in the corner of the card adds the finishing touch. Every card is a miniature watercolor and can be framed for a keepsake.   Every one is an original and initialed by the artist.  5″ x 6 5/8″  We have retired this rubber stamp and only have a limited supply of these cards left. 

From now until the end of December we will offer this card to ZeVin Creations customer for the low rate of $6.00 each while supplies last.  (they originally retailed at $10.95)  

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