This fall and winter I've been designing some greeting cards. They are mostly made with pen and color pencil drawings that were scanned. Some are also made using digital art.
I've started to look for ways to market the cards. They are for sale on my website and on Etsy (www.etsy.com/shop/DianeHurstArt). Also there are some in a couple of shops downtown, now! This week there are two stores that purchased some for resale-- they are Broadway Station (a mailstop; they have some cards and misc. other items) and Lo-Lo on Broadway (a gift shop with lots of essential oils, soaps, lotions, cards, and some other things).
And I have 2 card racks now . . . for displaying at art shows, etc. One is a wooden rack. The other one is wire and rotates. They were both items requiring more than one person to put together. . . I found this out after trying to fit the parts together on one side, while they kept falling out at the other side. So was very glad to get some help from friends to put together the wire one, and from my son to assemble the wooden one.
Here is the wooden rack, with cards :)