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Illustrated Christmas card twin pack

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Limited stock available. A stunning pack of Christmas cards featuring illustrations by contemporary natural history artist, Gael Sellwood. These Twin packs include ‘Holly and ribbon’ and ‘Christmas rose, holly & mistletoe’, Each twin pack contains 10 cards with two designs (5 of each design) with the message ‘Merry Christmas’ inside. Measurements 150mm x 150mm. “I support the work of Plantlife because I am absolutely passionate about wild plants, conservation and natural habitats. I truly believe that wild plants and their habitats are crucial to the well-being of the environment, to all animal species and ultimately to the wellbeing of people too. I really hope that every effort, however small, to conserve plants and animals in their natural habitats will count towards repairing our lovely verges and wild places as well as our wider surroundings.”-Gael Sellwood www.gaelsellwood.co.uk

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Limited stock available.

A stunning pack of Christmas cards featuring illustrations by contemporary natural history artist, Gael Sellwood. These Twin packs include ‘Holly and ribbon’ and ‘Christmas rose, holly & mistletoe’, 

Each twin pack contains 10 cards with two designs (5 of each design) with the message ‘Merry Christmas’ inside.

Measurements 150mm x 150mm.

“I support the work of Plantlife because I am absolutely passionate about wild plants, conservation and natural habitats. I truly believe that wild plants and their habitats are crucial to the well-being of the environment, to all animal species and ultimately to the wellbeing of people too. I really hope that every effort, however small, to conserve plants and animals in their natural habitats will count towards repairing our lovely verges and wild places as well as our wider surroundings.”-Gael Sellwood www.gaelsellwood.co.uk