I’m thrilled to announce a special goody for this incredible community of support-squad-organizers, get-well-cheerleaders, hard-time-helpers and all around good people. My friend, the creative Swiss army knife, Bri James, has created a downloadable card just for Quiltlove. No surprise, it’s adorable. Print a few copies of this free greeting card today, get out those art supplies and keep spreading the love!

About Bri James

Bri is an Oakland, CA based writer and illustrator. Her colorful work has appeared in Eater, the Young Historian’s Club, Bravery, and the New York Times. She is an expert story teller, with experience spanning corporate communications, website development, graphic design, public speaking and more. You can follow her adventures (and her appetite for ridiculously beautiful food, coffee and books) here.

Download Rooting for You Card

This playful, coloring-book style card is available in half fold and quarter fold versions, sized to fit standard 8.5×11″ printer paper. I love the “We’re Rooting for You” message because it works for a range of occasions (and I cannot resist puns). Whether a loved one is battling cancer, facing hospitalization, starting a new job, or otherwise going through a challenging time, the message applies. It’s a fun, easy peasy way to brighten someone’s day, all for the cost of a postage stamp. With unlimited downloads, the possibilities are endless. A card a day, anyone?

My boys and I colored some cards this weekend and they came out great. It was also a surprisingly relaxing activity to do together, between baseball games, a cub scouts meeting and the usual hustle and bustle. It felt good to take some time from our day to color and chat in the sun. I’m planning on mailing them to a few people in our lives who are going through some stuff and I know they will be well-received.

Free Greeting Card
Illustration by Bri James for Quiltlove

I hope you enjoy this project as much as I do, and that this free greeting card brings a smile to someone in your life. Much gratitude to Bri for this one of a kind creation!

As always, thanks for reading.


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