This set contains 4 or 8 cards featuring art work by Marie Metcalf of Berks County, Pennsylvania
Dating back to 1872, Cyanotypes are one of the oldest photographic printing processes. The cyanotype process uses a mixture of iron compounds, which when exposed to UV light and washed in water, oxidizes to create prints with distinctive, cyan blue tones. These four cyanotype prints were photographed and produced in Pennsylvania by a Master Watershed Steward. Blue Marsh Lake and Hopewell Lake set the background for this water inspired set.
About the set:
Set of coordinated greeting cards
4 (1 of each) or 8 (2 of each)
Choice of envelope
Cards fit a 5” x 7” frame
Embossed border for added touch of style
High-quality recycled custom textured paper
Made in the USA
When using your code, your purchase of a stream life greeting card set benefits the Penn State Extension Master Watershed Steward Program. Master Watershed Stewards are community volunteers with a passion for protecting the environment. By supporting our local Master Watershed Stewards, you can help our team implement projects and programs to protect these important species.