What you really, really want …

A few folk have said they would like to have Christmas cards featuring local views. So I have been working on some designs that I can produce in small batches. Now I want feedback on what photos and formats people would prefer, and I’m asking you to give me that feedback and to tell me what you want via comments on this page, email or the social media to which this blog is linked.

The cards I have done so far are without any text or greeting, so that they are suitable for Christmas cards but could also be used on other occasions. Many of them are photographs of St Monans taken when the village was covered in a blanket of snow – white roofs, white roads and boats, creels and piers coated in white too. Some were even taken while the snow was falling … or in the mist at sunset …

  

And there are a few seasonal creatures too, some taken in St Monans. I mean, I couldn’t do a set of cards without including a wee robin. And I’m also branching out a bit with a design using a photo of a deer on a digitally painted background …

  

I have supplies of cards that I can print and fold to the following sizes: 135mm square (that’s about five and a half inches in old money); A6 size (148x105mm); and some that are 210x105mm (pretty much the standard DL envelope size). They will be supplied individually wrapped with an envelope. The starting price for the cards will probably be a pack of ten mixed designs of small cards for a fiver. If you want bespoke sizes, larger cards, glossy cards, bigger batches, etc., then (as with everything) speak to me and we’ll discuss the options.

Here’s another design featuring the Kirk, and I’ll post some more designs in another post – if I get your wants and comments, I’ll take them on board with further designs.