A pack of six greetings cards suitable for the festive season - or any time. Cards measure 148mm x148mm and come with an envelope. Cards are blank inside and P&P to UK addresses is included in the price.
New stock coming in early September, so order today and I'll send you your cards as soon as I have them!
A variety pack of 10 beautiful premium quality greetings cards suitable for the festive season.
Paintings include: Two Turtle Doves, Three French Hens, Angels in St Giles, Christmas Tree of Life, Sleeping Badgers, The Running of the Deer, Folk Tree, Midwinter Village, Winter Hare, and Jack Frost’s Busy Night.
Secular greetings for the winter season – and beyond!
These cards are suitable for anyone looking for a pack of seasonal but secular greeting cards with lots of colour and life for the festive season. Many of the cards can be used for occasions other than Yule and the winterval. There’s something for everyone here, so the only difficulty you’ll have is choosing which card to send to which recipient! Each card measures 105mm x 105mm and comes with an envelope. Cards are blank inside for you to add your own message.
This is a premium product of original designs, printed with sustainability and green credentials in mind, hand-selected and hand-packed. I cannot compete on price with mass-produced, machine-packed cards, such as you get at supermarkets. P&P to UK addresses is included in the price.
I spotted a big brown hare in a field margin just outside our village. I'd gone out to admire the hawthorn blossom and cow parsley in the verges, but this lovely creature made my day!
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I also have greetings cards of this painting.
This painting celebrates the incredible work of my hero, the scandalously unsung Alfred Russel Wallace. Wallace came up with the theory of natural selection independently of Darwin and established the study of biogeography.
This painting is no longer available, and is shown here for your viewing pleasure and for the glory of Wallace.
Read more about Wallace here.