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Design Greeting Card featuring the photograph Happy Days by Marcia Lee Jones

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Happy Days Greeting Card

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Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

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Charlotte, NC

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Love this one, Marcia, l/f/p

Great piece. So well captured in its simplicity. L/F

simple and to the point, well executed. L/F

Love this one, Beautiful work...v/f/t

great image!! love it!!

I love this image!

How in the world did you get a picture of my old tennis shoes?

Great concept, composition, lighting and description! V/F

A beauty of an image, nicely composed;) v/L

Nice clarity and light. I like the play of light and dark. v

Uncommon lighting turns a common subject into a fine photo.

Cool shot !! voted !!

Very well done! lighting, comp, everything! v/f

Very cool still life concept! Nice soft light and black background!

simple and artistic--like!

creative shot; nice...v/f

What a beautiful presentation and very nicely presented!! f/v/t

Very well presented, creative! v/f

Great composition and shot!

Geeat still life and message !! V/F

Excellent composition

nice work!

Nice work!! v

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Artist's Description

These are my favorite sneakers, so they don't look this way anymore. The idea of a "sneaker" did not come along until an American inventor, Charles Goodyear, patented the process for the vulcanization of rubber.[3] While many believe that the first basketball shoe was the famous Converse All Stars (developed in 1917), this is mistaken. The Spalding company produced shoes specifically for the game of basketball as early as 1907.[citation needed] By the early 1900s, sneakers were being produced by small rubber companies, who specialized in the production of bicycle tires. U.S. Rubber introduced Keds in 1916, about the same time that Converse was marketing its All Star. Other companies, including B.F. Goodrich and Spalding Co., were producing tennis shoes and smaller family-owned companies were manufacturing early cleated shoes. At first, the market for sneakers was small and practically invisible, but after World War I, the U.S. turned to sports and athletes as a way to demonstrate mo...

About Marcia Lee Jones

Marcia Lee Jones

Where does one start with a quick biography, which will give some insight to the artist inside. For me photography was a way to get my feelings out by capturing moments in my life. Memories are one of the biggest ways to experience emotions of all types. Photography was that answer to capture moments that were ignored by others that would elicit an emotion. For instance, the way light can highlight an object brilliantly …shadows that express mystery…colors that can be dramatic or soft. To be able to do that with any form of art is important to the human psyche. We all must be able to express ourselves and my way is in black, white and color. Hope you will enjoy some of these moments. Please take a look at...

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