Celtic Joy Mandala Holiday Card




This mandala holiday card is a Milkweed Rising exclusive and is printed from an original work of digital art created by Linda S. Gribko. I created my Celtic Wedding mandala from a photo of a woodland stonecrop sedum to represent the spiritual connection that we enjoy with the Earth. The colors used in this mandala are symbolic. The green, of course, represents the natural Earth and all its gifts. The red ring in the center symbolizes our human hearts beating as one with all creation. The surrounding wreath of entwined white flowers suggests pure intent and the trust the Divine has taken in us to care for our sacred home. The energy of this mandala made me feel light and joyful and the sentiment both on the front of and inside this holiday card reflects that mood.

This holiday card is approximately 5″ wide and 7″ tall (portrait orientation) and is printed on premium 100 lb. white matte paper. A white envelope is included. The original color photo and the story of the piece are printed on the back of the card.

Please note the watermark shown in the photo does not appear on the printed card.

Linda Gribko is an author, artist, and photographer living in Morgantown, West Virginia. She's known for her wildflower photography and the mandalas that she creates from her nature photos. Her quirky first novel, "Giving Voice to Dawn", was published in November 2016. It's the magical romp of a woman plucked by the Universe from the cubicles of Corporate America and dropped into the crease between "this world and that" where Spirit Animals carry messages, disembodied voices spout wisdom, and you never know who might show up to walk you back home.

Additional information

Dimensions 7 × 5 in
Package Size

Single Card, Package of 5 Cards


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