This card is not a print, it is made from the actual book, which is approximately 40 years old.
It is made by sewing a page from a battered, old copy of '3a Things We Like'' by W. Murray (illustrated by John Berry, published by Ladybird, 1970's) onto a clean cereal box.
It is completely upcycled, and very eco-friendly, as everything used in its making was destined for the bin.
I absolutely never cut up healthy books, nor do I clean up any blemishes left by life. Kind friends save food packaging for me, and the books I use have been 'retired' from local schools and libraries, after years of loyal service.
It measures 9.6cms x 9.6cms (when folded), and is left blank inside for your own message.
The envelope is also upcycled, and has been sewn for a perfect fit. Some stickers are provided for sealing.
As you can see from the image, the card's label is from my old website, which is why I am selling it at a much lower price than my current work.
In keeping with my ethos, it will arrive on your doormat in a sewn envelope made from old magazines.
Check out my blog, alisonsye.com, for more information about the making of my work.
Please note, if you live outside the EU you may be responsible to pay import duties or taxes, in accordance with your country's customs laws.
If you have any questions, please give me a shout,
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Alison Sye within 3 days of receiving payment.
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Italy, Greece, Cyprus, Germany, France, Spain, Finland, Belgium, Portugal, Poland, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Netherlands, Austria, Latvia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia
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