My Eagle Scout Congratulations Cards

My son, who made Eagle in his senior year of high school, had so many fun adventures with his friends while learning the wonderful skills that BSA teaches. He often gets together with his scouting buddies, several of whom also achieved Eagle, when he comes home for a weekend – their memories and friendships will last a lifetime. I painted these two congratulations cards because I continue to be impressed with the values and hard work of these fine young men.

eagleflagwp16Both of my Eagle Scout Congratulations cards are printed in full color on sturdy glossy card stock, 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″, with an envelope included. The cards stand out because they are a little larger than standard greeting cards, but they still only need regular first-class postage. The cardstock is made from partially recycled paper and the cards are printed here in my hometown of Doylestown, PA.

eaglecardwp16To view the cards larger, click here to go to my website page. You can also find ordering info and pricing there, and easy online purchasing by Paypal or credit card for single cards or a box of eight.

I’ve had many repeat customers, with one father of an Eagle Scout writing that “these are beautiful cards and an inspiration to the scouts receiving them.”

I would be grateful, if you enjoy my artwork, if you would ‘like’ my professional facebook page, which is here. Also, my website shows the other greeting cards, children’s books and cartoons I’ve illustrated for all occasions.  If you’d like to get an inside look at my newest sketches and illustrations, go to my blog, Pencilled In, and click on the +Follow box on the lower right corner of the screen, to receive an email alert whenever I’ve posted new drawings. You can also connect with me on LinkedIn here.

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