Did you miss me?
Come on, admit it. I won’t tattle.
Good. Now I can begin.
Today, I’ll present three Christmas cards to round out Tracy Campbell’s Premier Collection. Once you’ve finished gawking, I’ll reveal more about her artistic journey, and then—-.
Hee hee, you have to wait!
Drum roll, puh-leeze!
I present the final three greeting cards.
Okay, okay. The musical angel card suits more than just Christmas. I’m trying to save you some moula! 🙂 ‘Cuz if I don’t—-, I’ll be out of a job! Ack!
And last, but certainly not least…
Ho Ho Ho!
I’ll keep this next part short and sweet, just like me! 🙂
Tracy’s artistic travels led her to Regal Gifts (a Canadian mail-order company). And wouldn’t you know it, Tracy managed to wrangle an interview, and then they hired her to design wrapping paper and gift enclosure cards for their Country Charm Collection. (At the age of twelve, she used to sell Regal products by poundin’ on doors in her Northern Ontario neighborhood.)
Tracy’s confidence soared. She submitted additional designs to a well-known calendar company in Markham, Ontario. Rejected, she sulked, unaware God was still at work.
A few months later, Tracy received a phone call. Her name had been passed on to Zebra Studios, who at the time published calendars for the Calendar Club. By the way, Zebra Studios made Tracy feel like family. Awesome people!
Flabbergasted isn’t the right word to describe how she felt. Anyway, she interviewed for a job, and was hired to design a “baby’s first year keepsake“ calendar.
The following year, Tracy designed a “twelve-month folk art“ calendar for the same company.
Okay. I’ve kept you waiting long enough.
When, where, and how you can you get your hands on Tracy Campbell’s bee-ee-ee-u-ti-ful Premier Collection?
Outstanding question, but you’ll have to stay tuned for another post! Gotcha! 🙂
Before I fly away, here’s another glowing endorsement we’ve received.
“I remember the day my package of cards arrived in the mail. I tore into it like a little kid on Christmas morning. Oh, and I wasn’t disappointed. The warmth of these cards just jumped off the paper and into my heart. They are so very beautiful and I can’t wait to share.” – Terrol
If you missed my last two posts showcasing Tracy Campbell’s greeting cards, click on these two links—>: Are You Interested in a Sneak Preview?and Three More Greeting Cards for Your Viewing Pleasure.
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