It’s beginning to look a lot like a Black Bough Christmas Card

The ancient craft of kitchen table screen printing and dining table machine stitching has been resurrected by Black Bough HQ.

I think a printed envelope is a particularly nice thing and can’t understand why it is so rarely done; back when I organised Open Studios at Great Western Studios, one of my favourite years was the one that I got Jo Ratcliffe to design a print for the envelopes. Ok, it involved many a frustrating hour standing in front of the printer feeding C5 envelopes into its clutches, but to me . . . it was worth it.

Black Bough Christmas cards available now in store and on-line. Card and paper 100% recycled stock from the lovely Paperback. blank inside

 

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