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Something’s Fishy!

Christmas cards for sale just in time for the holidays at Bayside Coffee

As Bayside Coffee posted on its Facebook page, only 18 shopping days remain until Christmas!

An easy way to send your loved ones some fishy Christmas love is with fish- and shellfish-themed Christmas cards, for sale exclusively at Bayside Coffee in Charleston, Ore. It’s in Oyster Cove Mall, near the Wild Women of Charleston store and just down from Miller’s at the Cove.

And just for kicks, we threw in a couple bird-themed cards, too. Both black-capped chickadees and chestnut-backed chickadees are familiar sights at coastal Oregon trees and bird feeders, so we included our feathered friends in the designs.

Cards are $4 apiece or four for $15. Check them out and enjoy some great fair-trade, locally roasted coffee from Doug and Twila Veysey at Bayside Coffee.

If you’re outside the area, we can ship some to you. Just fill out the contact form below and we will contact you by email.

Wishing you and your family the very best of holidays!


Christmas clam


Christmas cod


Best fishes


Christmas chickadee


Dreaming of a whiting Christmas.

Dungeness crab

Don’t be crabby, it’s Christmas

chestnut-backed chickadee

Happy holidays chestnut-backed chickadee

This entry was published on December 6, 2015 at 2:03 pm. It’s filed under Cards, New art and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

2 thoughts on “Something’s Fishy!

  1. Dick Chambers on said:

    Very well done…

    Liked by 1 person

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