This one is a metallic print. The buyer kindly provided photographs of the product and its packaging.
Looks like some foam padding in addition to the sturdy cardboard.
The metal print has a wooden frame and hanger on the back which looks like it is well-made.
I have also sold the original painting of Ice Blue Angel to a friend of mine from high school. Her check goes right to the American Cancer Society. With that, some other angel art I have sold, and the Mina Project money from Hope Community Church, I was able to send $110.00 to the American Cancer Society last week. Hope Church gave out envelopes with varying amounts of cash at a Sunday service last year. Charlie and I both got twenty dollars. We were to go out and try to multiply the money to meet any need of the community. I was going to use the forty dollars for the printing, blank stationery, and clear envelopes I have purchased to sell my work outside of FAA. But, then I decided to donate the forty dollars, too. I was late getting going on my Mina Project, but hopefully there will be a continuing stream of funding through future sales.
I am excited to see how the Ice Blue Angel shower curtains turn out!
I have been working on some new angels to add to my "gallery" in the near future.