Warm & Cosy Winter wishes! FSC paper - Scandi style luxury Christmas card
Warm & Cosy Winter wishes! FSC paper - Scandi style luxury Christmas card
Warm & Cosy Winter wishes! FSC paper - Scandi style luxury Christmas card
Warm & Cosy Winter wishes! FSC paper - Scandi style luxury Christmas card
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Warm & Cosy Winter wishes! FSC paper - Scandi style luxury Christmas card

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Warm & Cosy Winter wishes!  Send warm greeting this Christmas. This lovely Scandi style Christmas card designed by Richmond-upon-Thames’ own Marie Zedig, features her original illustration of winter woolies and a hot drink to help keep cosy this season. Blank inside for your own festive message. This greeting card is part of her 'festive feelings' range.

Design by Marie Zedig and printed in the UK

Dimensions: A6

Material: Printed on FSC-certified 300gsm Callisto White card with a ribbed Kraft envelope (CMYK digital print)

Also available in a box of 6 with the other ‘festive feelings’ range cards.

About Marie Zedig:  Marie is a Swede who moved to the UK to study Fashion and Textile Design. After doing her obligatory 'IKEA service', in their interior design department in Bristol, she decided that flat-pack furniture wasn't for her, and instead embarked on a career as a graphic designer in children's publishing. She worked for many leading publishing houses, creating magazines and books enjoyed by kids all over the world. Alongside her day job, she always liked to sketch and doodle but it wasn't until she had children of her own that she decided to start her own studio and bring some of her ideas to life