Tree Friends Card

Peggy & Kate

£3.00

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    • Order placed
    • 18th June
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    • Dispatched
    • 19th June
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    • Standard delivery
    • 21st - 24th June
    • Express delivery
    • 20th - 21st June

Credentials

  • Made in UK
Description

Trees and friends are one of my favourite combinations, send this card to a friend you miss!

Originally hand illustrated with watercolour and gouache. This card is printed on luxury 300gsm FSC card with a corresponding pale blue envelope, blank inside for your own message.

Need to know

A6 size 105x148mm.

Proudly designed and printed in the UK.

Plastic free packaging.

Delivery

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Standard delivery: £1.35
Receive it by 21st - 24th June

Express delivery: £6.35
Receive it by 20th - 21st June

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Peggy & Kate

Maidstone, Kent

Kate Cronk is an illustrator and calligrapher based in West Malling, Kent. After collecting stationery for a number of years, she founded her own studio Peggy & Kate in the summer of 2014, combining her love of colour, painting and nature.

As both Peggy and Kate (Peggy is her middle name), she has grown her studio to include prints, birthday cards and bespoke paintings of houses, people and pets. Seeking both humour and beauty in the everyday, Kate’s projects are also inspired by the places she loves – from the lushness of her family home and plant nursery in Kent, to London’s historic architecture and gardens.