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Pink Blooms Glass Greeting Card


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About Pink Blooms Glass Greeting Card

Pink Blooms Glass Greeting Card

This handmade floral Glass Card is a lovely piece of original art to gift to someone. This greeting card is Pink Blooms – the flowers in the design are in various shades of pink.

Each flower glass card is handmade in the UK, meaning that every piece of glass will have a slightly different arrangement of flowers so your card will be unique and a little bit different.

These cards are often framed so the recipient can keep it and enjoy it for longer. The advantage of being made from coloured glass is that the card will never lose its colour and fade so it can be enjoyed forever.

This piece of small-scale, original art is hand decorated with enamel paints, using yellow and orange coloured glass pieces to depict flowers. It is then fused together in a kiln at approx. 800℃.

  • Glass on greeting card (approx. 6cm x 5cm)
  • Mounted on 300gsm quality white card (approx. 15cm x 10.5 cm)
  • Blank inside for you to write any message.
  • The card comes with a white envelope.

Please note it is not recommended to post individual cards in the normal post without further packaging as the glass will be fragile.

As each glass element is handmade, no two are the same, so the card you receive may not be exactly the same as the one pictured.

About Handmade Design

Based in the market town of Ashbourne in the Derbyshire Dales, Handmade Design is the home of handmade gifts from over 100 local and British small businesses.

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