New greeting cards just sent off for printing including 10 new designs! Will be available to buy from next week. Watch this space!
All greeting cards will be square and 148mm in size.
New designs include (from top left to bottom right):
Yacht at Sunrise
Great Malvern Priory in snow
Mute Swan with cygnets
Poppies and Cornflowers
Robin in snow
Whooper Swan in snow
Please contact me if you are interested.
I’ve dabbled with handmade greeting cards over the past few years for friends and family but it was about time I started to produce these on a more commercial basis. Well it’s now happened and the first 10 greeting cards are available to buy directly from myself. The designs are listed below:
Portraits from left to right:
IBP001 Red Fox
IBP004 Red Kite
IBP005 Red Squirrel
IBP006 Bornean Orangutan
Landscapes from left to right
IBP007 St Michael’s Mount
IBP008 Pink-footed Geese
IBP009 Borneo Sunset
IBP010 Great Malvern Priory
Cost: £2.00 plus p&p
The front image is sized A5 (half of an A4)
Printed on thick 300gsm card with a soft silk finish and luxury white envelope.
All cards are left blank inside for your own message.
They are really excellent quality and I’m very proud to add them to my product collection. If you would like to order any of these designs either contact me directly or go to my website in the gallery section under Greeting Cards.
Image 035 is of a very cheeky chappy called ‘Reg’ who is an orphaned Orangutan in the Shangri La’s rehabilitation centre. His mother was killed as a result of the destruction of rainforest to make way for the huge areas of sugar cane plantations. Sugar cane, which has no biodiversity value at all for the wildlife, directly effects the environment in many ways. Endemic species such as Orangutan, Proboscis monkey, Pygmy Elephant are threatened to extinction because of it. Hopefully, Reg will be able to be rehomed very soon in a rainforest that is safe from destruction (which unforunately isn’t a lot anymore!)
Bornean Orangutan, Pongo pygmaeus, Sabah, Borneo, Malaysia.
Canon 1d MkIV with Canon 17-40mm f/4.0 L lens.