Pueblo Holiday Greeting Cards Set of 10

Item No: 6713

$ 12.00

  • *Note that these are currently on Pre-order status.  We will have them available to ship by December 19th (possibly earlier).  Contact us if you would like to be notified when they are ready.

    Send your holiday wishes with limited edition greeting cards featuring a Pueblo home charmingly crafted of gingerbread and sweets. The message reads “don k’ettsanishi a:deyadu!,” which means “May You Be Happy” in the Pueblo language of Zuni, spoken exclusively by the people of Zuni Pueblo. The cards come in a set of 10 and blank envelopes are included.

    • Limited edition Pueblo Gingerbread House Holiday Card
    • set of 10
    • Created by Shumakolowa Native Arts
    • Product Dimensions: 7in long x 5 in wide
  • For hundreds of years, Pueblo people have built homes with earthen walls called adobe. This same adobe mud forms the domed outdoor ovens called hornos that sit just outside the front door. Fresh-baked bread comes warm from the horno oven in this mini gingerbread depiction of a Pueblo home.

    The 19 Pueblos of New Mexico belong to three distinct language groups that are further differentiated to 5 separate languages and many discrete dialects. The New Mexico Pueblo language groups are Keres, Tanoan, and Zuni, which encompass the Keresan, Tewa, Tiwa, Towa, and Zuni languages.

  • The 19 Pueblos of New Mexico are renowned for their unique and historic art forms, from the striking polychrome pottery of Acoma Pueblo to the mosaic inlay jewelry of Santo Domingo Pueblo. Learn more about the distinctive art forms and renowned artists from each Pueblo at Shumakolowa Native Arts.
  • Shumakolowa Native Arts is the retail arm of the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico, and this connection with a world-class museum and cultural center allows us to offer a level of expertise and breadth of knowledge about Pueblo and Southwestern Native American history, culture and art that is unmatched. We are proud to partner with the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center to bring you media that represents and shares the IPCC’s many exciting events that promote and highlight the work of Pueblo and Native American artists.
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