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Prints – physical print or digital file?

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My unframed artwork can be purchased in 2 forms so which should you buy – a physical print or a digital file?

Physical prints are printed to museum grade on Canson 270gsm premium satin photographic paper. The ink used is Epson archival quality which gives exceptional vibrant colours and dense blacks. My printer is an Epson SureColour P800 which allows me to print up to metric A2 size or Imperial 16″ x 20″. For larger sizes, buy a digital file and print locally.

To protect your print from damage during shipping prints are enclosed in a clear cellophane sleeve. Smaller sizes are sandwiched flat between 2 layers of recycled cardboard. The larger prints are rolled into a cardboard postage tube.

The selection of physical prints is here.

Digital files allow you to print at home or at a local print shop to your own size. The purchase includes 5 digital files which can be scaled down to allow for different proportions, both in metric and imperial sizes.

Printable download files are an easy affordable cost way to personalise your home or office with my unique original designs. You are sent high resolution PDF files. I recommend printing on high quality paper or card. Matt or satin finished papers or card give the best results for my art.

The selection of digital prints are available here.

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New printer = better cards

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Printing of my greeting cards has developed a lot since I first began making them in 2014.

My first printer was a Canon multifunction colour laser printer. This had severe limitations on the card thickness as it rolled the card when printing. It also often jammed which meant a lot of waste and frustration. To get the best results I had to print on photo paper and glue that to a 250gsm base card.

Next I upgraded to an Epson Artisan 1430 inkjet printer. I chose this printer for the A3 size capability along with archival quality printing. I still had to print the card image on photographic paper and glue it to the base card which could be 300gsm thickness.

Now I have upgraded again to an Epson Surecolor P800 inkjet printer. I chose this printer so I can print on very thick card and up to A2 size. NO MORE GLUING! I can now print on both sides of thick card with high quality images. After testing many papers, I’ve chosen Canson Rag Photographique as the media for my cards. This ultra smooth, pure white card is 310gsm 100% rag. This media exceeds museum standards reproducing exceptional vibrant colours which feature in many of my greeting card designs.

I’m extremely happy with the look and feel of the cards from this new printer. I hope you are too. Visit the shop to select and personalise your card. There are options to edit the name on the front, add a message inside, and choose your envelope colour. You can also select the card size up to A4! That makes every card I make unique.

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Red White and Blue Numbers

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Bold red white and blue typography is the feature of this range of happy birthday cards. A combination of lines circles and solid colours combine to create the numbers. The strong colour in red, white and blue, makes this collection of happy birthday cards suitable for someone very patriotic living in Australia, USA, UK, France, Russia, Thailand, and many more. Do they support a team whose colours are red, white and blue? The greeting card can be for man woman male female mum, dad, any relation such as aunt and uncle, grandma, grandpa, or friend.

This range of birthday cards was originally designed in 2015. Now in 2019, the designs have been refreshed to include a personalised name on the front.

Make your birthday card unique by editing the name on the front, adding a personalised message inside and choosing your envelope colour. To purchase any of these cards or see all the details click on the links below.

21st Birthday card

25th Birthday card

30th Birthday card

40th Birthday card

50th Birthday card

60th Birthday card

70th Birthday card

75th Birthday card

80th Birthday card

90th Birthday card

100th birthday card

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Rainbow flowers

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Rainbow flowers


Marriage is about love and commitment and it should be available to everyone. These rainbow flowers represent respect, dignity and love for all. Inspiration – Experiments with rotating and scaling shapes lead this beautiful radial pattern. This is a very popular design as a gay or lesbian wedding card. LGBT weddings are now widely accepted and legal in many countries and hopefully Australia will grant same sex marriage equality soon. What better way to celebrate this love than with beautiful flowers – Blooming married! They also look great on t-shirts and other apparel.

Wedding cards are here – original design alternative design

Merchandise available at Redbubble

Rainbow flowers


Marriage is about love and commitment and it should be available to everyone. These rainbow flowers represent respect, dignity and love for all. Inspiration – Experiments with rotating and scaling shapes lead this beautiful radial pattern. This is a very popular design as a gay or lesbian wedding card. LGBT weddings are now widely accepted and legal in many countries and hopefully Australia will grant same sex marriage equality soon. What better way to celebrate this love than with beautiful flowers – Blooming married! They also look great on t-shirts and other apparel.

Wedding cards are here – original design alternative design

Merchandise available at Redbubble

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A party in letters

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A party in letters


A party is going on in the letters of HAPPY BIRTHDAY in these birthday card designs!  This concept was my first exploration of combining typography into a picture and it was originally commissioned for my boss’s husband. The original design has been revised and now there are 5 versions available:

Personalised with your recipient’s name makes it special for them. These are fun happy birthday cards suitable for man or woman, boy or girl. The edit name could be for brother, sister, son, daughter, mom, mum, dad, grandpa, grandma, niece, nephew, aunt, uncle, friend or any other name – just include a message with your order.

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Bee

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Ain’t I cute – Bee


An amorous bee poses and invites you to look how cute it is. When looking for bee pictures I found a similar bee pose by Barry from “Bee Movie.” It was the spark that generated this design. Invite your boyfriend or girlfriend to be your Valentine with a valentine card. A very romantic card for a lover, wife, husband to give to the special person in their life. Make the card personal by adding a romantic message inside.

Have fun with what you wear. The bee is available on t-shirts, dresses, hoodies and more.

Valentine card

Merchandise at Redbubble