Friday’s Favourites: Christmas Print Collection
‘Tis the season to be printing Christmas products! We know you’re all merry thanks to your lovely comments and posts about how pleased you are with your festive flyers, Christmas Cards and wintery wrapping paper, so this week’s Friday Favourites is dedicated to some yuletide inspiration. And if you haven’t yet got your Christmas print ready, there’s still plenty of time! Shop: www.printed.com/christmas-print-collection
Wrapping Paper by Harriet Ruscoe
Print and pattern designer Harriet has created a stunning range of Christmas gift wrapping and greeting cards this season. A particular favourite of ours is her two designs of wrapping paper, one with traditional sprigs of holly and berries, and the other a little brighter with poinsettia flowers and spiced clementine spices. Beautiful!
Invitations by Jen Russell-Smith
What’s better than a stunning change of address card? Surrey based illustrator Jen has gone one better for her clients by doubling it up as a Christmas party invitation with a festive wreath. Specialising in illustrated house portraits, prints and stationery, we only have one question for Jen – how can we get an invite?
Greeting Cards by Katie Clement
Guarantee a white Christmas with Katie’s festive greeting cards. The intricate, almost lace like details of different London skylines are breath-taking. We love the extra Christmassy details of holly and Santa on his sleigh too! This cards will be on sale at Urban Makers East Christmas Market this week in London, so make sure you swing by.
Greeting Cards by Leah and Libby
Inspired by the Cornish countryside, Leah and Libby are a mother daughter duo have created a range of nativity themed Christmas featuring folksy style artwork. Leah designs the beautiful cards, taking influences from Scandinavian folk art as well as the British coast, with her two-year-old daughter Libby paints the coloured designs.
Greeting Cards by Little Peach Design
Oxfordshire based Rebecca is all about youthful, fun and colourful greeting cards and paper goods, with a little girly twist! She proudly proclaims these as her favourite cards she’s designed so far – we’re delighted you printed them with us too! It’s just so hard to pick a favourite design, which is your fave?
Greeting Cards by Steph Coathupe
Illustrator, adventurer and storymaker Steph is one of our most enthusiastic customers on Twitter. Based in Manchester, Steph’s personality is definitely evident in her fun, merry and bright Christmas cards of a record player smashing out some seriously Christmassy tunes.
Which creation sticks out the most for you? Let us know by commenting and you’ll receive printed.com points!
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