This little calendar is contained in a floppy disk case which opens up and becomes an easel. Each month presents a different painting accompanied by a nature fact. There is a place for notes on the back of each month.Buy
Do large Holiday Cards present too much blank space to fill inside? These Small Holiday Notes come in boxes of 8 assorted notes, banded with a red bow and embellished with a snowflake charm.Buy
Small notecards measure 4" x 6" and are boxed in three collections: All Birds, No Birds and Some Birds. Each box is bound with a black band and embellished with a little charm. Only small cards are available boxed.Buy
These large notecards are 7" x 5". They are printed on deckle-edged watercolor paper and come with matching envelopes. All large notecards are suitable for framing.Buy
Eight cards of one design come in a box fastened with a red bow. Just the right size to include a newsy letter, photographs of the kids, a drawing of your own, or just your own warm wishes.Buy
Dear friends, I just found that I made an error on the dates for the month of August. I sincerely apologize and can offer no excuse, but it won't happen on the 2022 calendar! SharonBuy
Hello, and welcome to Rosehip Design. I am a watercolor artist. I’ve been painting since I was a girl, always drawn by the intimacy of observing nature close up. I paint intimate portraits of the birds, beasts and flowers that, all together, make this such a beautiful planet. My hope is that you will like the images so much, that you wish to share them by using one of my cards to write to someone you care about.
Although I was born in New York, the Rocky Mountain West has been my home for more than 50 years. My studies in ecology, botany and biology always included a sketch or a painting of the flora and fauna I encountered while in the field. Encouraged by friends to reproduce my paintings, I developed a line of notecards. The back of each card bears a brief essay describing the natural history of, or a personal experience with, the bird, beast or flower on the front. Cards are blank inside for your own inspired writing or drawing.
While dissecting and reading about the attributes of rose hips (the berry-like fruit left after the petals have fallen from a rose), I noticed how cute they looked all lined up in a row, so I painted them and they became the logo for Rosehip Design.
It’s easy to order cards and calendars from this site, or buy directly from one of the retailers listed. So please go shopping, and stay in touch with your ideas and feedback. Or you can email me.
Sharon E Guenther