"The Pelican" all occasion notecard
You know you are walking in to something extraordinary the moment you enter Timberline Lodge on Mt Hood. Built during the Great Depression, there is no other building like it in the world. Newels are the posts at the end of each railing on the stairs. They were made from recycled cedar telephone poles and carved between 1935 - 1937. There are twelve posts inside the main lodge, each one featuring a unique bird or animal of the northwest.
This is my drawing of the pelican newel post inside Timberline lodge. The card measures 5" x 7", blank on the inside so it's perfect for any occasion. The tactile effect from the letterpress print process is simply luxurious on heavy weight cardstock. This card is printed in elegant crisp black ink. The finish of the paper is perfect for writing short or long notes using a ball point, marker or traditional ink pen. Comes with a complimentary white envelope in a clear plastic protective sleeve.