Eight blank cards with envelopes (two each of four images). Clockwise from top left: Snow Light, Leaf Light, Blossom Light, Cloud Light
One of Sabra’s most popular collections of images, illustrating the four seasons from the Green Mountains to the Connecticut River Valley. Good for all occasions. Exclusively published by Vermont Life. 7¼ x 4¾, 8 per pack (2 each of 4 images) with envelopes..
This 4-scene panorama spans a year as it surveys a lovely hill farm house and fields. 8 per pack (2 each of 4 images) with envelopes. 7¼ x 4¾. Good for all occasions. Exclusively published by Vermont Life. Images included are: Windows of Light, Fields and Mountains, Deer in the Orchard, Dandelion Galaxies
Send a quick note or a thank you with this beautiful new line of cards from one of Vermont’s most famous contemporary artists. 4¾? x 7¼?. 8 per set (2 each of 4 images, with envelopes).
These Vermont Life-exclusive notecards from award-winning Vermont illustrator Shawn Braley capture Vermont's carefree summer spirit. Whimsical drawings of barns, cows and dogs are sure to deliver a smile. Eight blank cards, two each of four images.
Fawn, moose, loon, fox. 12 blank cards with envelopes (three each of four images). All Vermont photography.
Covered bridges are a perennial favorite of Vermont Life readers and we have selected four new images to share with friends and families using our new note cards. These striking photographs by John Knox capture the seasonal beauty of Vermont’s favorite landmarks. 7¼ x 4¾, 8 blank cards with envelopes (2 each of 4 images).
Stony Brook Bridge
Slaughter House Bridge
Celebrate Vermont in each of its glorious seasons with these stunning note cards. Photographs selected from the pages of Vermont Life capture each season at its peak. Share each season with family and friends. 7¼ x 4¾, 8 blank cards with envelopes, (2 each of 4 images).
Kayaking on Lake Winona
Photograph by Todd Cantwell
Snowshoers on Bragg Hill with Sugarbush in the distance
Photograph by Dennis Curran
A walk along a maple-lined road
Photograph by André Jenny
Orchards in bloom and the Bennington Battle Monument
Photograph by Jerry LeBlond