If you are a regular supporter of the fund, you’ll know that every year we select some unique designs for Christmas Cards that you can’t buy anywhere else!
All our cards use images from very skilled artists who have allowed us to use their artwork to raise money for the fund. This year we are also delighted to also have a cartoon image from the Thelwell collection.
About Our Cards
All our cards are A5 when folded (210 x 148mm) and are supplied in packs of 10 complete with envelopes.
They are printed on high quality card, with the inside surface designed for easy writing of your own message using any type of pen. There is a standard message printed inside which reads “With Best Wishes for Christmas and the New Year”
There are discounts for buying more than 10 packs and we can even print your own details inside every card for you starting from an additional cost of only £15 for up to 10 packs and then only £1.50 for each extra pack of 10.
You can combine packs of different designs in one order with any discounts automatically applied on your total order at the checkout. Click here to shop for Christmas Cards
If you would like your own address etc printed inside your card, or if you would like to send cards from your business, it’s really easy. This year it’s even easier to personalise the inside of your cards in our online shop. Just select the personalise product and answer the questions on screen. Your details will be confirmed in your order, so you can see if they are correct before submitting your order. You can also Download an order form if you prefer and send it to the address shown with your payment, or pay over the phone using your credit or debit card.
Former lecturer, Jan Martin, has been working at her home in the East Riding of Yorkshire developing her painting and drawing technique since 1997. Experienced horse rider and competitive carriage driver. She initially specialised in equestrian subjects she has however now expanded her portfolio to include sporting dogs, domestic pets, and portraits of people. Her website is at www.janmartinart.co.uk
Caroline Cook is well known for her equestrian art and animal paintings. She has been painting since she was old enough to hold a paintbrush. Self-taught, her paintings capture mood, light and action, whilst retaining accuracy and attention to detail. Her website is at www.carolinecook.net
Jeanette graduated from Gloucester University in 2008 with a degree in fine art and history of art, and is currently living and practising in Worcestershire. She has exhibited at art centres and galleries in Worcestershire, Cheltenham and Birmingham. She also has on going exhibitions at other galleries and locations around the country. Her aim as an artist is to depict the obvious beauty or emotion in a picture, however, she also strives to reveal the inner sense of being and magnificence which resides in everything. Her website is at faulknerclarke.co.uk
“That’s One Christmas Present She Won’t Break In A Hurry” by Norman Thelwell
Thelwell is regarded as the unofficial artist of the British countryside and is possibly the most popular cartoonist in Britain, since the Second World War. He commented on many aspects of human behaviour, but he is perhaps most synonymous with little girls and their little fat ponies. They have helped to ensure his continuing popularity and his immortality. More information at www.thelwell.org.uk