Almond Croissant Card

Harriet-Jade Harrow


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    • Order placed
    • 12th April
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    • 16th April
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    • Standard delivery
    • 18th - 22nd April


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An almond croissant is my favourite weekend breakfast, nibbled straight from the paper bag or brought home to savour with a cup of coffee. This is a card to put on the 'breakfast in bed' tray or to post to a fellow pastry-lover. It is a card for everyday occasions and is left blank inside to fill with your message.

The artwork on the card is a digital print of a my illustration which is collaged from layers of hand painted paper, with details drawn on top in watercolour pencil. While the original illustration is textured, the card has a smooth finish. On the back of the card there is a a different and smaller illustration of an almond croissant created in the same style.

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The greetings card is printed in Gloucestershire on 300gsm, 100% recycled card.
It is 105mm (h) x 148 (w) when folded.
It comes with a 100% recycled Kraft Brown envelope.
It is packaged in a compostable film sleeve which is made in the U.K.


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Harriet-Jade Harrow

Penzance, cornwall

I am an artist and illustrator based in West Cornwall. I work in watercolour, gouache and pencil and I collage layers of hand painted paper to create textured illustrations. These are then digitally printed to make colourful, and mostly food inspired, greetings cards. I love to paint the seasonal ingredients on my kitchen table, as well as animals and flowers, and turn them into cards for you to fill with words of love.