Daffodil postcards for charity…

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With March at an end it’s time for my #daphnerosainbloom update for the month & this one has been a little different. If you had said to me at the beginning of this year that I would be creating a set of postcards for charity based on my own drawings I would have politely told you that you were mistaken… but here I am with some postcards for charity full of my drawings & lettering… who would have known!

hello beautiful postcard

Turning my drawings & lettering into digital prints was completely new to me. I am not the most patient of people – it’s a good job I married a man who is practically horizontal most of the time – & when I need to learn something technology based I have a tendency to give up, pretty quick. But I am feeling pretty proud of myself for persevering this time. There were frustrations – why computers can do 1 thing 1 minute then decide not to do it the next I’ll never understand – & a couple of mini meltdowns but all in all I just kept going & here they are…

cropped lovely friend

everything is ok postcard

cropped hello beautiful

cropped fanbloomintastic

life is beautiful postcard

There are 5 designs which come as a pack of standard sized postcards – 105mm x 148mm – with the other side blank for your message. They are all printed on uncoated quality card stock – 340 gsm – & could be used to send some happy mail or be displayed on the wall at home…

life is beautiful postcard

You can find the postcards in my Etsy shop at £4.50 for the set of 5 with all profits going to Marie Curie in support of their Daffodil Appeal, see more here. I talked a little bit about them in my previous post here if you want to know more but it’s a great cause & I’d love to be able to help if I can. So if you fancy treating yourself or someone you love to a little pretty & donating to charity at the same time click here & get shopping peeps!!

lovely friend postcard 2

I’ll be sharing how many pennies I make over on Instagram so do come & join me here. Next months flower is the Sweet Pea & I’m already excited to see what new skills & techniques it brings & what I end up making… stay tuned!

Kate

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