With a tactile linen finish, cards reproducing a painting by contemporary artist Carol Saxe; inspired by the iconic Adirondack chair which has been gracing New England porches since the 1900s.
Whimsical woodland wildlife by contemporary artist Nathalie Lété.
Symbolising prosperity and protection, motifs of fish have long been popular in Tahitian art and carving. An intricate design of schooling fish which popsup from flat.
Spring into action with a bouquet of cheery 3D blooms from an ingenious design by German artist and paper engineer Maike Biederstädt. 3 cards, 1 design, 14.7cm square, blank, with envelopes. The design pops up from flat. Large Letter for UK postage.
Fine stoneware ceramics recalling al fresco dining by the coast. Set of 4 side plates. High thermal shock resistance withstanding temperatures up to 250 degrees Celsius.
The Russian Blue breed of cat is thought to have originated from the north Russian port of Archangel, becoming popular with British and Scandinavian breeders in the later 19th century. A lovely lasercut design.
A fun laser cut design echoing midcentury Easter card designs. In Denmark, intricate papercut designs are sent as gaekkebreve (jesting letters) over Easter; the recipient is tasked with working out the sender or else owes them an Easter egg....
Echoing forest walks in Dumfriesshire. Handcrafted oak serving board with fine etched detail. Made in Scotland from sustainablysourced fallen oak by a local charitable trust whose mission is ensure the future of local woodland
Reproducing 12 colourful paintings by Scottish artist Ailsa Black. Drawing inspiration from the coast and landscape of Dumfries and Galloway, her lively paintings capture the happiness and simplicity of the good things in life. Endearing portraits of...
Inspired by folk motifs and the glowing Fall colours seen across Alberta