Shannon Martin

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A seasoned graphic designer, entertaining writer and lifetime prankster who was born to create cards, Shannon loves what she does and hopes you do, too.  Shannon’s line has expanded into handcrafted soaps and candles, in addition to her best-selling greeting cards, magnets, beverage napkins, sticky notes, bath salts, gift bags, note pads and other gift items.

Shannon attributes any artistic tendencies to her mother, who used to paint faces on the fruit she put in her children’s lunches. She has a background in art and design and draws inspiration from Joseph Cornell, Anne Lamott and her hero, Pippi Longstocking.

A well known presence in the gift and stationery industry, she is grateful to split her time between her home studio and the Madison Park Group office. Shannon is happiest on her front porch with family and friends, and her most recent collection of dogs.

Dolly Mamma

Humorous greeting cards…

Dolly Mamma Card

Holy Crap

Holy Crap

Artist Erin Smith lives in Atlanta where she tries to balance all of the hats that a mom typically has to wear. Mom, wife, housekeeper, dog walker, personal shopper, servant, school chaperone, every weekend birthday party present buyer, landscaper, tutor, chef…
(i could go on and on, but you know what I’m talking about).

It’s really difficult to NOT be a complete bitch… right? Erin has managed to find an outlet for her mouth in her art.

Ah yes..the art. Since idle hands lead to trouble, and Erin didn’t have ENOUGH to 2007 she took her show on the road and now supplies close to 1,000 galleries and retail shops across the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand with “sassy” artwork.

In 2008 Erin debuted her greeting card line… and they’re hotter’ n Georgia asphalt Sailor!

Trash Talk by Annie

Trash Talk by Annie

Annie believes that a cheap shot of laughter can smooth out the wrinkled, bumpy road we call life!

Trash Talk Sampler

Erica Kathleen

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All art cards are printed on thick, 100% Post-Consumer Waste, Premium Matte Recycled paper, come in a protective cello sleeve, with an envelope, and a mini-empowerment card tucked in the back.

Erica Kathleen - I Choose Love“Erica is an artist who has the rare ability to speak to your soul through both her work & her words. Every piece has visible imprints of her heart.”
— Christy B., Michigan

Erica Kathleen - Do Epic Shit“What I love about your art – beyond the visual appeal of your pieces based on strong color choices, distinct style, confident lines, etc. – is the essence you infuse your creations with. Their power is palpable. Your women are warriors. One knows you’ve walked the walk yourself by the way you capture emotion and depth in your paintings. I don’t need to know the ‘real’ story behind each creation (though of course I love knowing it) because I can look at what you’ve made and sense strength and that these women have moved through something big. You not only paint the exterior of a beautiful woman, you paint her inside beauty, too.”

-Allison T., NYC

That’s All

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There are times in life when you need to spin tall tales with fancy language and fluffy phrases. Our cards are not for those times. At That’s All Greetings, we believe in cutting to the chase, and finding humor in our everyday lives.

Whether you’ve fallen in love, need to quit your job or want the remote control, we’ll help you get to the point.

We believe in the power of laughter, in fact our cards were conceived in my sister’s hospital room while she was being treated for ovarian cancer. Being able to say, “You have cancer. That’s all!” allowed her and myself to find humor during a stressful time, and aided in her recovery. That’s why a portion of all our proceeds go to the fight against ovarian cancer.

We promise to never stop our fight against cancer, and we also promise to never beat around the bush.

Say it like it is.

That’s All