'Big Hair, Big Style' Letterpress Card

Tiger and Fox

£3.95

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    • Order placed
    • 5th March
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    • Dispatched
    • 7th March
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    • Standard delivery
    • 12th - 14th March

Credentials

  • Made in UK
  • Handmade
Description

Send your girlfriends a fun Birthday card with this 'Big Hair, Big Style' hand letterpress printed card. A simple illustration with a lady styling her big hair and 'happy birthday' glasses printed on bold coloured card. Choose from pink ink on light pink, black ink on bright yellow, coral or white. The card is left blank inside for you own message.

The 'Big style' lady is created from 300gsm card that comes from managed sustainable forests. Includes an A6 recycled Kraft envelope.

All cards are hand letterpress printed using a restored vintage press c.1900s. Letterpress is a traditional printing method that gives a tactile impression to the card.

Need to know

Hand letterpress printed using ink on a traditional vintage press.
Card. KeayKolour that comes from managed sustainable forests.
Finished card size. A6.
Recycled kraft C6 envelope.

Delivery

The delivery options for this item are listed below (if it doesn't state 'Express delivery' then that option is not available for this product). As soon as you place your order, this small business will spring into action, get it ready and send it out... (and you can feel wonderful for supporting them).

Delivery options available

Standard delivery: £1.10
Receive it by 12th - 14th March

For more information about delivery or returning items, please take a look at our Delivery & Returns page.

Catherine looking at printed cards near printing press.

Tiger and Fox

STamford, Lincolnshire

Hello, I'm Catherine, a designer and printmaker with a love of colour and illustration. After travelling in 2009, I fell in love with the range of letterpress prints I found around the world and soon got to teaching myself the traditional printing process when I returned to the UK. Today, my collection of printing presses, inks and wooden type has grown and I now create a range of paper goods focused on simple colour illustrations and the idea of having fun with paper.