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  • Bee Woodcut Card

    £2.99

    Bee Woodcut Card This card features a woodcut design of a bee, which is Japanese in style. The card is blank inside for your message so can be used for any occasion. It is printed in England on paper from sustainable sources and comes complete with an envelope in a recyclable cellophane sleeve.  

  • Dyed and printed

    £2.99

    This card was originally created from an Edo period pattern book of Japanese fabric samples. The card is blank inside so can be used for any occasion. It is printed in England on paper from sustainable sources and comes complete with an envelope in a recyclable cellophane sleeve.

  • Japanese actor

    £2.99

    Japanese actor The card is from a Japanese woodblock print The card is blank inside for your message so can be used for any occasion. It is printed in England on paper from sustainable sources and comes complete with an envelope in a recyclable cellophane sleeve.  

  • Koi group Woodcut Card

    £2.99

    Koi group Woodcut Card This card features a woodcut design of a group of koi swimming, which is Japanese in style. The card is blank inside for your message so can be used for any occasion. It is printed in England on paper from sustainable sources and comes complete with an envelope in a recyclable…

  • Magnolia Woodcut Card

    £2.99

    Magnolia Woodcut Card This card features a woodcut design of magnolia blossom, which is Japanese in style. The card is blank inside for your message so can be used for any occasion. It is printed in England on paper from sustainable sources and comes complete with an envelope in a recyclable cellophane sleeve.  

  • Naruto rapids

    £2.99

    This card was originally created using a print by Utagawa Hiroshige (1797 – 1858) The card is blank inside so can be used for any occasion. It is printed in England on paper from sustainable sources and comes complete with an envelope in a recyclable cellophane sleeve.

  • The great wave

    £2.99

    Detail from the colour woodblock print 1832, Katsushika Hokusai. The card is blank inside so can be used for any occasion. It is printed in England on paper from sustainable sources and comes complete with an envelope in a recyclable cellophane sleeve.