Balnacra Arts by Vicky Stonebridge

How many shopping days left?

I don’t usually acknowledge Yuletide at all before Halloween, It’s just tacky having seasonal consumer goods bunged in your face months ahead, pressuring, wishing lives away, and endless commercial grind of seasonal branding…nope, i ignore all that. I ignore it so much in fact I usually forget to plan ahead and have my own lovely quality merchandise ready for sale in time, quickly rustling up a Halloween design at tea time on the 31st, or cooking up something christmassy after the last posting date for cards. So for once, I’m breaking my own rules and getting unseasonally pre-season with some Yule card designs. I started with a spring of holly for a poster edging, Christmas fair, iGallery 1st to 6th December, details to be confirmed etc, the sprig got carried away and i unleashed my inner kitsch, I have fought against the cute too long, no more….
holly leaves
These first four designs are now available to buy in the iGallery at £2.20 each, along with lots of birthday and other art cards. I’m also selling these Yule cards direct via the interwebs here. You can see them and lots more in my SHOP. The way it works is to ignore all sorts of technical, you just e-mail me with what you want & we can sort out payments. For these cards its 65p postage each or combined for more than one card, at cost.Hedgehog Yule Card. A5 with envelope & cellophane bag. £2.20 each. Postage 65p ( combined postage for multiple orders available ) Robin Yule Card. A5 with envelope & cellophane bag. £2.20 each. Postage 65p ( combined postage for multiple orders available )

Coming soon, easter bunnies, summer holidays and beltain giftware.

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