I am so excited today to launch my new Christmas line for the shop! This is the first time I’ve ever released seasonal products and a stationery range too.
So here we have the Scrabble Christmas Cards range! The design for each card is a photograph taken by me, made up of a patterned background and wooden Scrabble tiles.
The design is printed onto quality card stock and each one is blank for your personal message inside. They are A6 sized.
I am really pleased with how they turned out and I love the 3D effect the tiles give the photograph.
I think making holiday products could get addictive! I was so happy it gave me an excuse to get in the festive spirit in November.
Each card comes with a kraft paper envelope and is wrapped in a cellophane bag to keep it protected.
I decided to offer the cards individually, but also as a pack of 4 which works out a little cheaper!
I would love to know what you think in the comments below! If you fancy getting your Christmas cards now, you can find them in my shop here.
Also, I found this Scrabble wooden stamp set in John Lewis this week. I think I got a little to excited but it combines my two loves – Scrabble and stationery! It’s going to be used for making the Etsy store packages look even more ace I think.
In case anyone is interested, I used Printed.com for the cards, which is also where I have my business cards and craft market banners made up.
These cards might be a good item to send if you are participating in the Stationery Lovers Christmas Swap? Stay tuned for a coupon code in the next couple of weeks.
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I almost forgot to prepare this post as I couldn’t quite believe it was November already! October gave us a truly magnificent Autumn in Cambridge and I know I always say it but I’m SO grateful for this beautiful city. For some weeks I hardly leave, but I never feel suffocated like I did in London. Despite having migraines almost every weekend last month, I managed to take my meds effectively and push through for some nice days and crafty happenings.