One of my favourite moments as a photographer is when I open the padded envelope from the printers and gently pull out the carefully-wrapped new prints inside. I'm sure you'll have felt it yourself, the satisfaction of getting a favourite picture off the screen and into print - being able to hold it in your hands, touch the paper it's printed on, hang it in a favourite spot to enjoy.
This year I've created a Christmas card that is beautifully printed on gorgeous paper: a simple still life with a few sprigs of eucalyptus in vintage jars, a dangly string of hearts and a few fairy lights. It's blank inside for your own personal message, and is a generously sized 148 mm square, printed on a super-thick 350 gsm 100% recycled card with a soft matt finish, and comes with a Kraft envelope for an organic feel.
I'm selling them in packs of five, for £10 including postage, and I'll be donating all of the profits to Crisis at Christmas.
Just get in touch if you'd like to purchase a few.