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New Kinuko Y. Craft Greeting Cards

Kinuko Y. Craft is an extraordinary contemporary artist whose paintings capture the mystery and magic of goddesses and enchantresses. We are delighted to offer Craft’s exquisite paintings as inspiring cards.

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New Ram Dass Greeting Cards

Ram Dass has guided millions on their spiritual quest. A feast for the eyes as well as the soul, these brightly illustrated cards feature Ram Dass's mindful meditations and Sue Zipkin's uplifting illustrations.

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Sale on Select 2015 Wall, Engagement, and Mini Calendars!

Enjoy special pricing to usher in the New Year! We will be highlighting specific calendar titles for the month of January 2015. Visit our Sale page often to preview our latest offerings. Pssst... we'll also be doing 5 days of giveaways on Facebook for the week of January 12th. So be sure to like us on [...]

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50% Off — New Calendar — Women of Myth & Magic by Kinuko Y. Craft

50% off Women of Myth & Magic 2015 wall calendar by Kinuko Y. Craft Special price expires at 10:00 p.m. (PT), Wednesday, January 7. No coupon code required.From Cleopatra and Guinevere to Medusa and Cinderella, strong female characters play large roles in great literature, poetry, and, above all, magnificent works of art. Contemporary artists are [...]

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Herb Gardens 2016 wall calendar | Recipes & Herbal Folklore

Step into a culinary world of flavor, fragrance, and color. With gorgeous photos of creative herb gardens paired with sumptuous recipes and a wealth of herbal folklore, remedies, and growing tips from horticulture author Maggie Oster, Herb Gardens is more than just a wall calendar; it is an herbal resource worth keeping.Around the world, herbs have been [...]

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City Chickens and their Coops 2015 wall calendar

The mini manors collected in the City Chickens and their Coops wall calendar feature recycled and reclaimed building materials and green roofs, water-catchment systems, and other sustainable innovations. Colorful photography by Susan Seubert plus background information on these structures will give you plenty of ideas for your own backyard chicken coop.

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Hebrew Illuminations 2015 Wall Calendar — 50% off

The ancient and enduring spirit of Jewish tradition comes alive in the Hebrew Illuminations 2014 – 2015 wall calendar. Jewish artist Adam Rhine has created ornate, highly detailed Judaic paintings in watercolor, colored pencil, and acrylic. His intricate work combines modern palettes and aesthetics with the influence of medieval illuminated manuscripts. Each work is crafted [...]

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Celtic Blessings 2015 Wall Calendar by Michael J. Green

It is often overlooked that Celtic art is iconic for two very different worldviews: primeval Christianity and Paganism / New Age. Celtic art and spirituality bridge an overlap between these two cultures. Both cultures can learn from their differences, ultimately supporting and nourishing the spiritual aspirations of each. Michael Green’s Celtic Blessings wall calendar is [...]

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Wanderlust: Trekking the Road Less Traveled 2015 Wall Calendar

Celebrate the call of the open road with the Wanderlust: Trekking the Road Less Traveled wall calendar. Wanderlust illuminates the spirit of walking and the lure of adventures that await those who veer off the beaten path. Spectacular photographs of lesstraveled paths are paired with quotes from great walking enthusiasts past and present, including John [...]

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Celtic Mandala 2015 Wall Calendar

The Celts perceived the presence of divine forces in all aspects of nature. Patterns of harmony and balance, dark and light, winter and summer, female and male are woven throughout Celtic tradition. Celtic knots and patterning reflect their belief in the continuity of life and the interconnection of all things, plants, animals, and otherworldly divinities. The [...]

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A single tree reduces carbon in the atmosphere for as long as it grows. So we plant a lot of trees: 650,000 and counting.