This beautiful greeting card shows Skipton Castle in North Yorkshire that is over 900 years old.
What size are the greeting cards?
This Skipton Castle Greeting Card measures 150 x 150 mm. On the front, it features a print of Skipton Castle from an original artwork by Mara Louvain of Alchemi Art. It comes with a white envelope, packaged in a recyclable cello bag. The card is blank inside, so you can write your own message of love, friendship, or congratulations. It is the perfect way to send a special someone a reminder of your affection or to celebrate a special occasion.
What type of card are they printed on?
The card is made of high-quality 300 gsm FSC cardstock, which means that it is made from responsibly managed forests. It has been printed here in the UK, comes with a matching white envelope and is kept safe inside a recyclable cello bag. So its environmental credentials are sure to bring a smile to the recipient’s face.
How can I get my order?
You can have your order posted to you or you can collect it in person with shipping via Royal Mail. Alternatively, you can collect in person and will find our Upcoming events listed on the homepage. Just decide which one you would like to visit then let us know in the ‘order notes’ section during checkout.
What is a cyanotype?
I love working with the old Victorian photographic processes and one of my favourites is the cyanotype which has a distinctive blue and white colour. If you would like to learn more about the process then check out these articles here on the website. Cyanotype Art and the Cyanotype Process. How to make a cyanotype tutorial. Inspired by Anna Atkins.
What does FSC mean on a greeting card?
The Forest Stewardship Council, or FSC, is an organisation dedicated to the sustainable management of forests and woodlands. They also manage and operate the ‘check tree’ certification worldwide which shows that wood-based products have been created from sustainable sources. If you would like to know more about FSC Certification then check out the Forest Stewardship Council Website.