NEW – Greetings Cards

I have featured the great art of Jane before. Intricate designs and compelling images, all completed with the humble ballpoint pen. She has now produced a set of greetings cards, and they are very good value too, at only £2.50 each, including P&P. Four unusual cards for £10, delivered. Sounds good to me. Details of how to order them can be found on the original post.

Jane Lee McCracken, Artist

P1750105.JPG New greetings card range by Jane Lee McCracken – four designs depicting original Biro drawings.

This spring sees the launch of Jane’s new greetings card range featuring a selection of her most iconic Biro drawings to date.  Printed in the UK, these high quality 15 x 21cm cards capture the intricate detail of each poignant drawing.

Greetings Cards Photos Greetings cards range depicting ‘Russian Doll’, ‘The Sideboards II’, ‘Sweet’ and ‘Our Forefathers’.

In stock at Newcastle-upon-Tyne’s premier design store Whosit & Whatsit, Jane’s cards are now available to purchase from her online shop.

Sets of 4 cards are individually wrapped with envelopes and priced at £10 including postage and packaging per set.

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To purchase cards sets please visit www.janeleemccracken/shop

P1750384 ‘The Sideboard II’ Greetings Card

For further details please contact jane@janeleemccracken.co.uk

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13 thoughts on “NEW – Greetings Cards

  1. The cards are magnificent, I especially love the last one, Sideboard Greetings . And such good value! I’ll order some as soon as I get back to Cley. Thanks for the presentation, Pete.
    Greetings to you all from Norway, Dina

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    1. Thanks, Dina. I am glad you agree about the originality of these cards, and very pleased that you intend to order some. I hope that you have sunny weather in Norway? It is bright in Norfolk, at least for today…x

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    1. When you enlarge the detail, David, the individual ballpoint strokes can be seen. It is amazing how she manages such intricacy with an everyday pen.
      I am biased perhaps, as I have actually purchased two of her prints, a tiger and an orangutan. Those can be viewed on her website.
      Regards, Pete.

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