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Stephanotis Greeting Card featuring the photograph Sweet Stephanotis by James Temple

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Sweet Stephanotis Greeting Card

James Temple

by James Temple



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Product Details

Our greeting cards are 5" x 7" in size and are produced on digital offset printers using 100 lb. paper stock. Each card is coated with a UV protectant on the outside surface which produces a semi-gloss finish. The inside of each card has a matte white finish and can be customized with your own message up to 500 characters in length. Each card comes with a white envelope for mailing or gift giving.

Design Details

Stephanotis flowers have long been treasured for their beauty and sweet scent. The tropical twining vine, with its dark shiny foliage and snowy... more

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2 - 3 business days

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Comments (9)

larisa Fedotova

larisa Fedotova

Beautiful awesome work! L/F/tw

James Temple replied:

Thanks Iarisa!

Georgia Mizuleva

Georgia Mizuleva

Sweet indeed.

James Temple replied:

Thank you Georgia... stay well! James

A Hillman

A Hillman

wonderful! The light and composition are so great, James! l/f

James Temple replied:

Thank you Sunny! James

Marcia Colelli

Marcia Colelli

Congratulations on your sale. Beautiful flower and nice composition.

Lucia Stewart

Lucia Stewart

Awesome! Congratulations on your sale!

James Temple replied:

Mahalo Lucia!

Marcia Colelli

Marcia Colelli

Lovely capture of this beautiful Flower. L

James Temple replied:

Thank you Marcia

Jane M Dahl

Jane M Dahl

Always a favorite. I used to have those vines as well, and I miss them so much. A beautiful and special flower. Featured in Hawaiiana.

James Temple replied:

Mahalo Jane, I found out last year that the axis deer here on Molokai like to snack on these vines.

Artist's Description

Stephanotis flowers have long been treasured for their beauty and sweet scent. The tropical twining vine, with its dark shiny foliage and snowy flowers, are a traditional element in wedding bouquets. Stephanotis grows quite well here in Hawaii, year round, where it enjoys sufficient rain, high humidity, and warm winters. I grew many of these plants from seed a few years ago. Now I enjoy watching them climb a wire fence all around my house here on the Hawaiian Island of Moloka'i.

About James Temple

James Temple

I've lived in Hawaii since 2002, 1200 feet above sea level, on the small rural island of Moloka'i. It is very quiet here, with only about 7,400 residents. I appreciate the quiet life after spending 35 years as a commercial illustrator, senior art director and design director for major advertising agencies and design studios in Chicago, San Francisco and Palo Alto California. I've always loved cooking. In 2002 that love led me to a degree in the Culinary Arts just before moving to Hawaii. Since then I designed and built a house, worked in local restaurants, self-published three cookbooks, and took up photography as a hobby. Now retired, I spend most of my time developing recipes and photographing them, plus researching and writing...