My meet the maker blog for Folksy:
Newspaper yarn available for custom orders (please message if interested):
2010: 30/09/10 (Guardian);
2011: 15/12/11 (South Manchester Reporter); 10/07/11 (Last News of the World) ; 14/02/11 (Guardian);
2012: 28/10/12 (The Observer);
2013: 22/06/13 (Independent); 27/07/13 (Newcastle Eve Chronicle);
2016: 18/06/16 (Guardian); 16/06/16 (Observer); 20/12/16 (Guardian)
2017: 18/02/17 (Guardian)
08/12/17 The Times
If you would like to discuss a commission to make something unique & personal (card or gift) please message - I love making your ideas a reality!
This get well card features a lovely little goldcrest and is printed from a hand drawn illustration onto thick sustainable card. The card is blank inside and comes with a white envelope. I drew the goldcrest from a photo I took through my living room window on a day I was unable to leave my home. This little goldcrest brought be some hope on cheer on a difficult day and I hope it can do the same for someone else.
There is a matching mini credit card-sized keepsake/token printed onto thick card made from recycled cotton so that this little bird of hope can be carried with someone:
I love to create cards that send love, hope and compassion and help people feel connected to the people that care about them.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by GoodNewsFromBad within 3 days of receiving payment.
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