Liz's watercolor image of a moonlit red Midwestern barn appears on the front of this card. The back features a smaller watercolor of a moon and tree without the barn.
Below, there is a haiku by Masahide, "Barn's burnt down -- now I can see the moon." The haiku also appears in type on the back of the card with an image of a moon and tree. See image at left.
Inside, you may choose to order the card with "Here's to brighter days ahead!" or without a greeting as a blank note.
4.5" x 6.25" card is printed on heavy white stock from sustainable forests and comes with matching white envelope.
Save when you order this card in quantities of eight or more.
Also available as a 4.25" x 5.5" note if you like your barns smaller.