Winter cards made from "Snow"

Nothing like the present to think about the future, the not so distant future: winter and Christmas.
Vision: create a card not too ornate with the whole Christmas theme but still totally at home under a Christmas tree...
"Snow" was ideal.
This is a drawing a did last year from a reference by fellow artist Donna Ridgway. She lives in Montana and never leaves the house without her camera. What exactly made her leave her warm cosy house on that snow blizzard day is a mystery... However, she captured shots only my imagination would ever see. Thank you.

Pencil on Paper
Sheona Hamilton-Grant. All rights reserved.

250 Euros

One of my bullet points (now ticked) on the "to-do-list": Christmas cards. Took it a wee step further and created winter cards.
Ideal for the entire winter .

They have been printed on great quality Strathmore white Deckel card (acid free, 5"x 6 7/8" (12.7 x 17.4 cm)) with matching envelopes.
Deliberately left blank inside with made to measure packaging designed for that all important finishing touch.
The look: tastefully & classic.

A limited stock is available.
The note cards come as a set of 6 (20$/ 15 Euros) or as a single card (4.20$/3 Euros).

Be the first to get your winter cheers out in style by purchasing your own either directly through me ( or through my Etsy store.

The most beautiful simple way to send a sunny smile, a warm hug or blow a Christmas kiss.


Dors said…
Wonderful idea Sheona. and beautifully done. stunningly presented.

Well done. awesome work.
Pencil Sanity said…
What a superb job you did with these and love that you left them blank to be used for other occasions.
Kelley said…
Beautiful! My mom would love these.
RHCarpenter said…
Beautiful cards and so elegant - you're right, they can be used all winter.
ruthie said…
Sheona, these do have a wonderful wintery magical quality & make me long for snow!!! and wow on your organisation, my own christmas card designs are still floating inside my head!! *ruthie
Gary Keimig said…
very well done. It came out just great.
Clipping Design said…
Very Very Excellent work. Thanks for sharing...
Amazing post. I like this beautiful cards. Thanks for sharing
Image Masking said…
awesome! it was really excellent work! thanks a lot for sharing..
it's Great.really nice work. Thanks for sharing!

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