Greetings Cards for Christmas

The British Craft Trade Fair always incorporates a wonderful selection of greeting card designers, offering unique handmade and hand-illustrated cards, often with fine art prints, gift wrap, tags and stationery to match.

As we head towards Christmas we look at some of our favourite festive designs from these wonderful British greeting card publishers.

 

Images from the top: Bearded Squirrel, Citrus Bunn, Fasanian Artistry, Jack-in-the-Green Gallery, Jack Illustration and Design, Faye Stevens, Jane Crick, Kerry Jane, Little Hotch, The Littlest Falcon, Lauren’s Cows, Mike Ross Arts, Nicole Elders, Lucky Lobster Art, Rachel Meehan, Orange Pip Designs, Purple Pomegranate Press, Thrift Designs, The Painted Card, Robert Hull Art, Snapdragon Designs, Folded Forest, Umbellifer

For more information on these publishers visit the British Craft Trade Fair website.

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