Greeting CardMargaret Gregson
Fairy-themed Yule / Christmas card by artist Margaret Gregson. The front of the card reads, "Merry Yule". The card is blank inside for your own message.
Printed in the UK on FSC® (Forest Stewardship Council) approved card. Comes with a Kraft envelope made from recycled paper. The outer wrapper is made from biodegradable corn starch.
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About Margaret GregsonFrom being a small child, Margaret has always loved drawing, and always had a fascination with fairies and fairytales. She has always believed in fairies and magic and when her own children were small she used to love inventing stories for them around magical themes.
Margaret has developed her own artistic style over many years after studying art at college in the 1970s. While she has drawn inspiration from artists she admires, including Cam, Michael Hague and Arthur Rackham, her main source of inspiration continues to be her own imagination.
She has an absolute passion for her work and finds it difficult to describe the wonderful sense of achievement she gets from producing a finished piece of work. She is a perfectionist, and can spend many hours working on a fine detail until satisfied that she has got it right. View more by Margaret Gregson.
Size: 5" x 7"
Source: Printed in the UK