Note Card Gallery
Emerald Heart Flying’s Note Cards are wonderful for any occasion. The note cards are photographs of the original 3-dimensional fabric mandalas and are also miniature works of art suitable for framing. Each card is on high-quality acid-free white deckled stationery with matching envelope and is blank inside. Some of the cards have an added background of colored art paper. Measuring 5″ x 6.875″ (deckled envelopes are 5.125″ x 7.125), they come individually wrapped in a cellophane bag. Each note card is $5.00. All are lovingly handcrafted in Seattle, Washington.
Nancy, Seeing your beautiful mandalas inspires me each time. Congratulations on making them available to many, many more folks. The cards are wonderful, too, I am eager to share them.
Your work is beautiful!
These are truly beautiful cards, dread parting with them, but I know they will be cherished by those who receive them…
VERY COOL designs — the “green tara” on Sue’s piano is quite the conversation piece for her clients, and always an eyecatcher when you walk in the room….not to mention the love and healing energy that went into the creation. I love the notecards!
My mandala from Nancy assisted me in my healing process while recovering from cancer. It’s a daily reminder that strength and beauty is found all around us, as well as within us.
THIS IS GREAT!!!!! Thank you for making these available to purchase-i’m sending them as cards as I know they hold a high vibration!!!
Nancy’s work is AMAZING! I am so impressed at the quality of her work and the intricate details. Her recent series of the chakras is STUNNING! The colors are pure and enticing, the selection of fabrics is well-considered and precise. Her designs are completely unique and each is extremely well thought out, and embellishments are just perfect. Not too much frou-frou, everything is in balance and so clear and peaceful. Just looking at them makes me feel like I’ve just had a nice meditation sess…
Gorgeous designs! Well done, Nancy!
Your cards brighten my every work day.
My intention was to re-stock my supply of your mandala cards to send out to friends. But, I haven’t been able to part with any of them. I keep the cards on my bookshelf beside my bed and frequently gaze at them before closing my eyes for the day.