Anyone else got some Christmas orders trickling in? I do admire those super organised folk who manage to plan so far in advance, in fact i aspire to be one of them! As my business often involves me making personalised items for customers up to the very last minute my ideal would be to have all my own gifts bought/made and ideally wrapped by the start of December... despite some attempts at early planning that target is looking very ambitious for this year so wish me luck!
Winter Wonderland Christmas Cards
Today i'd like to show you the Christmas cards i've created from my Winter Wonderland designs. As always, i look forward to hearing your thoughts in the comments!
Snow Scene Animal Christmas Cards
Three cards feature the animal snow scenes - robins, deer and foxes.
They're perhaps more subtle than a lot of mainstream Christmas cards and i'm hoping they'll offer an attractive alternative to those suffering from glitter overload!
The quality, as always with moo.com, is fantastic (i haven't been paid to say this!). They are lovely and tactile with a gorgeous mat finish.
Snow Scene Spirit Of Christmas Cards
The second set feature my snowman, cottage and post box designs.
I hope you can just about make out the snowflakes falling from the sky - they are there in all the cards but they are only visible in close-up shots.
My aim with these designs was that they would be quirky enough to be interesting but classic enough to be versatile... what do you think? I'd happily send them to any of the people on my Christmas card list (in fact i probably will :)) so i guess that's a good start!
They are available now from my website and Print and Paper shop on Etsy, priced £5.25 for a set of three.
But that's not all... i have one more set of cards up my sleeve!
Snowflake Christmas Cards
I decided to use my snowflake designs to make some cards with written sentiments. The ones i've chosen are not specifically religious but i hope still capture the magic of Christmas :)
I hope you can read the white on blue says Winter Wonderland - its not hard to make out in real life but for some reason its tricky to photograph.
Perhaps the brown paper background helps them stand out a bit better.
This set of four is priced £6.99 and is also available from my website and Print and Paper shop on Etsy.
Thank you for sticking with me through this rather long post! I look forward to finding out what's been keeping you busy this week over at Handmade Harbour, see you there :) x