Holiday Cards

Greetings Wonderment Bringers – it’s that time of year! My watercolor greeting cards are for sale, wOOt-wOOt! Colors are flying over here! These little paintings (many include my calligraphy) are on 5×7″ high quality Strathmore card stock. All cards are one-of-a-kind originals. They are $9 each but discounts apply the more you buy :) They can be custom-made with favorite quotes, affirmations, or personalized messages in my calligraphy for an extra $2.

The cards come with a matching envelope together in a cellophane sleeve – the watercolor is facing out so they can be given as gifts this way ;) Or the cards can be popped right into a 8×10 frame with a 5×7 mat.

I take PayPal or check – just contact me here on FB or you can find my email (& inspirational magnets and bookmarks) at my site NothingShortOfJoy dot com. Thank you very much! Here are some samples below ~ Shipping within the U.S.A. is around $5. International will be much higher.
w/lotsa LOVE XOxoxo julie

FB photos of some cards –

0 responses to “Holiday Cards

  1. But when reality calls, we have to find a way to get up, get through, and deal with seasonal depression or, more casually, those dreaded “holiday blues.

    • Julie Genovese

      YES so true! There’s a time when all that pj wearing permission, decompressing and detoxing has done some deep work and getting back into action is part of coping/healing the holiday blues or any kind of depression. There is always more love to give to ourselves whether we are curling under a quilt or getting out into the world. How our reality looks and unfolds is determined by our outlook. The down time shows me where I have forgotten consistent self-love, and the ways that I am self-defeating, in my own mind! Just that awareness means I can see the “problem” isn’t somewhere outside me, or out of my control. I can support myself from the inside, continue to heal, and continue to feel more and more fulfilled…. Take good care of you, always ❤

  2. Lisa Delchamps


    As always your insights are spot on. I remember a landscape artist talking about how her yard was always the one who needed the most attention. Not surprising that, for a moment, you forgot to practice the self compassion you help your clients use and missed the signs of all or nothing thinking.

    Every time that I read your posts I keep my paws crossed that you will write another book. Please don’t feel pressure from me. I recently wrote Lin Manuel Miranda to thank him for his musicals and signed the card “anxiously awaiting your next musical.”

    You are not only a wise woman with such insightful guidance but a wonderful writer. Hugs and kisses. Bunky

    • Julie Genovese

      LIS! You’re de bomb! I was embarrassed to share this one, but I also figured it might help others who are embarrassed by their caca. You are so good to me to read and comment so generously. It means A LOT coming from you – your depth of knowledge, expertise and compassion in the area of psychological BS! You make me feel understood AND smart all at the same time :) THANK YOU. Especially for the encouragement on the BOOK! I’m so impressed that you wrote Lin Manuel MirandaI! How awesome! I love you to the moon Xo

  3. Love it! Oh, Goddess of Beandom!

  4. You are AMAZING my Beautiful Goddess friend!!!
    Truly the Goddess of Goddesses right to the end!!!!

    • Julie Genovese

      OH Norma! It takes one to know one!!! Thank you gorgeous wonderwoman, it’s always fabulous to hear from you – thank you for reading! Love love love!