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5 reasons why a greetings card subscription is worth having.

Do you find that you're forever buying last minute cards for people?  Wouldn't it be nice to have a selection of beautiful cards for all occasions at home?  Ready for sending whenever you need?  If so, we're here to help with our subscription service.   We currently have two options for you, our 3 card club, or our 5 card club, depending on how many cards you'd like to send each month.  We have a huge selection of designs and we'll make sure you don't get the same designs each month, unless of course you have a favourite design?   Here's 5 reasons why our subscription service is worth having. 1. You'll have a stash of beautiful cards at home,...

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How to make your own wrapping paper.

Home made penguin wrapping paper I thought I'd do a blog post on a craft project GG and I did recently.  We love to get messy with paint and I thought it might be fun to have a go at making our own wrapping paper!   Here's what we did. 1. Cut your potato in half and then like the image below to create an oval stamp with a pinch grip and two little wedge shapes for arms. (probably best if the adult does this bit!) 2.  Put on your arty bib (what we like to call the green thing) and paint black paint onto your oval shape potato.  Stamp your potato shape onto the paper, re-apply the paint and...

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From an idea to a finished product.

The Process I get asked a lot about my process and how I get my ideas for new cards and the truth is I don't follow a particular 'recipe'.  Some ideas can very quickly go from a quick sketch to a final product, whereas others can take up lots of my time drawing and redrawing, playing around with colours and then never even finishing them! I'm always thinking about new ideas and how they might look, so whenever I see something which triggers me to think of a new product, I'll make a quick note of it and come back to it when I have time to draw.  I'm not too organised with the process however and I'm constantly finding...

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