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HOW TO SEND A VIRTUAL CARD
Sending a card is easy with BaltimoreArts.Com's Virtual Greeting Cards. Simply follow the instructions at each step along the way.

After you have completed the card, you will be shown a preview. If you do not like your card, you may edit it and then send it, or just cancel the request. The recipient will receive e-mail advising where to find the card.

STEP #1: PICK A PICTURE
Please select a picture from the list below using the little Radio Button selector. You may only pick one picture per card. If you want to see a full size image of a picture, just click on it. You might want to do that before filling in any information on this page, just so you do not risk losing your work after returning from viewing the image.

Living Classroom Boats Living Classroom Boats at the Lancaster Street Basin.
By Leslie Schwing
Scarlett Place View is looking north toward the Shot Tower
By Greg Fletcher
Pier 6 Dockmaster's House 1987 view of the inner harbor looking south
By Greg Fletcher
Morning Star Church
The sound of handclapping- Gospel music sauntering through open windows
By Greg Fletcher
John Stevens Ltd.
A Fells Point favorite
Greg Fletcher and Leslie Schwing
Hughes Street Houses
Once housed Baltimore & Ohio workers during the 19th century
By Greg Fletcher

Domino Sugar Plant
Locust Point Landmark
By Leslie Schwing
Water Taxi
Great way to get around Inner Harbor
By Leslie Schwing
Thames Street Demolition
By Leslie Schwing
The Gayety Burlesque Theatre
Well known club on "The Block"
By Leslie Schwing
Gough Street Fire
By Leslie Schwing
Love Zone In Fells Point
Talk about dancing, strippers and boxers in the same block. Wow!
By Greg Fletcher
St. Patrick's Church
By Leslie Schwing
The Fells Point Ghost
This character can be spotted wandering or stumblin' around the point.
By Leslie Schwing
Daily Grind Coffee Shop
Interior of the Daily Grind coffee shop during the Homicide - T.V. series years.
By Leslie Schwing
Dog Night on Central Avenue
The dogs are actually on a wall mural at Lombard & Central.
By Leslie Schwing
Little Tavern - Greenmount Avenue
One of the last of the now defunct "Little Tavern" restaurants
By Scott Fuqua
East Baltimore
Mixed Media - Collection of the Artist
By Greg Fletcher
Baltimore's Red Light District
Mixed Media - Collection of the Artist
By Greg Fletcher
A View of East Baltimore Street
Pastel on paper,11"x14"
By Char Russell

STEP #2: NAME AND E-MAIL INFORMATION
In the boxes below, please enter both your and the recipients name and e-mail addresses.

Your Name:
Your E-Mail Address:
Recipients Name:
Recipients E-Mail Address:

STEP #3: SELECT YOUR TEXT AND BACKGROUND COLORS
Using the two selector pulldowns below, please select your text and background colors. The script will not check to see if you have both colors set the same, so if you want your recipient to be able to read the card, please select two different colors!

TEXT COLOR BACKGROUND

STEP #4: ENTER YOUR TITLE & MESSAGE
In the box below, please enter your message. Please do not use HTML or improper words.

Card Title
Your Message

STEP #5: SIGN YOUR CARD
Please fill in below, how you would like to sign your card. Examples would be:
  • Love, Snookums
  • Best Wishes, Fred
  • Me!

STEP #6: Pick a Song!
Please make a selection or skip this step for no music.

STEP #7: PROCEED TO PREVIEW OR START OVER
You are now ready to preview your card! To do so, just click on the PREVIEW button below. If you want to clear the form and start all over, select START-OVER. Your card will not be sent until you press the SEND-CARD button on the preview screen.

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