Personalized Greeting Cards That Tell Your Story

Sending 100% hand-drawn storybook greeting cards as unique gifts by snail mail

 

Jane and I met at a Dog Park in Nashville, Tennessee. We started dating; then both moved to San Francisco for our careers. After living in San Francisco, we moved to Austin and then finally to Houston nine years ago. Along the way, we have had five children, a cat, a dog, and endless memories. She is a Super Mom and does wonderful things for my children and me!

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HOW DOES IT LOOK?

Greeting card stories will be shipped through traditional snail mail. Each image is hand-drawn by a talented Tellinga artist on a 5.5" x 8.5" greeting card sized postcard. It is then placed in a 6" x 9" brown grocery bag style envelope. A Tellinga stamp is then applied and sent to your desired location. Afterward, the digital copies of the story are uploaded in the "Download Your Story" section of the website to share online with family and friends.

CELEBRATE AN OCCASION

Anniversary

Birthday

Mother's Day

Father's Day

Our Story

Long Distance

Graduation

Get Well

Proposal

Apology

Wedding

Military

Thank You

Christmas

Hanukkah

Valentine's Day

ADDITIONAL USES

Frame

Put on your refrigerator

Set as your profile picture on social media

Create a storybook

 
 
One Day Cards
1 Illustration
One Week Stories
3 Illustrations
Two Week Stories
6 Illustrations
One Month Stories
12 Illustrations
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Tellinga provides a creative platform for young artists to express themselves, network with fellow artists, and showcase their artistic ability.  Tellinga artists are totally reimagining the traditional greeting card by turning it into an experience. 100% hand-drawn storybook greeting cards are sent as unique gifts by snail mail!

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Tellinga, LLC 2018

Houston, TX

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Amy

Born in Atlanta, I’m currently a student at Rice University studying Studio Art and Something else that I haven’t definitively decided yet. I spend more time than I’d like to admit watching movies and I’m always excited to hear or help create a good story.