The DM Christmas Collection gathers together the animals in a wintery woodland as the snow falls for the fabled white Christmas. Five designs - a hare, a fox, a cat and a subtle spot-the-difference between the standard reindeer stag and Santa's very own red-nosed Rudolph - all stand ready for your season's greetings. They can be purchased as single greeting cards at £2.50 or 15 cards for £25, £15 with checkout code* DMCSNOW10 (plus P&P).
As with all DM Collection greeting cards, the high-quality 330gsm card and 7x5 inch size showcase Daniel's intricate and original animal illustrations to striking effect. The card designs are reproduced from Daniel's painstakingly hand-painted watercolours, with the backdrop of falling snow on a blue sky created with his own uniquely inventive technique (more on that in the next blog).
Each card is blank for your own message, meaning you can entirely personalise your festive wishes to each of your loved ones.
The DM Christmas Collection will make your season's greetings stand out to your collection of loved ones this year.
*checkout code DMCSNOW10 give £10 off the standard price of £25 to the first 25 customers only. One discount per customer. Postage costs apply.
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