"Dancing on the Wild Atlantic Way" is a series of individually hand printed and painted frameable cards printed. These comical dancing birds are printed from original lino cuttings by Marjanneke Van den Hove, an artist living in Skehanagh, County Kerry on the Wild Atlantic Way. The lino prints are mounted on A5 size black cards, lined with a white inner insert on which you can write you own messages. Each pack contains three completely unique, hand printed, one-off frameable cards which make wonderful cards and gifts.
1) Select a card of your choice and 'Add to Cart'.
2) Purchase a stamp for each card from the 'Posting Direct from the Store' product option in the Card Collection and 'Add to Cart'. We are posting from here in County Kerry so please select the Rest of the World option for all destinations other than the Republic of Ireland.
2) Send your message and the address for each card via email. If you have a longer message you would like included you can send it to us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please send as a pdf attachment and we can print it off and insert it inside the card.
3) Select the 'pick up' shipping option when making final payment to ensure you are not charged additional postage at the checkout.
We are here to assist you if you need any further assistance with sending your card to a recipient directly from our store.
We reserve the right to query or refuse to print messages that may cause offence or harm.
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