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‘Mr Fox’ Christmas Card

(4 customer reviews)

I love the darkness in some of my acid plate images, it can be a playground for introducing subtle humour in amongst the menacing characters that I create. This was the recipe when I created the sly ‘Mr Fox’ alongside the ‘we take no messing’ images of ‘Cluck’ and ‘Squawk’. The images work great as a set of prints and ‘Mr Fox’ was prime picking for another humourous twist when I added this new card to my Christmas card range.

£3.00£10.00

SKU: MR-FOX-XMASCARD Category: Tags: ,
  • 'Mr Fox' Christmas card
  • blank inside to write your own message
  • printed on 300gm card
  • measures 15cm x 15cm (6" x 6")
  • supplied with white envelope
  • can be ordered with multicard discount

Additional information

Quantity

Single Card, 4 Cards

4 reviews for ‘Mr Fox’ Christmas Card

  1. Cheryll Duncan (verified owner)

    I was interested to read on Lucy’s new website about the process that goes into making acid plate etchings. This is the technique used to produce ‘Mr Fox’, who looks a bit less scary in his Christmassy scarf! I bought this for a friend who derives great pleasure from the beautiful urban foxes that visit her communal gardens in Manchester. It’s a really unusual card and the quality – as with all Lucy’s products – is top quality.

  2. Julia Brinsley

    Mr Fox is in Christmas mode, looking warm and cosy for his festive exploits! I love those design – Lucy has given him such character!

  3. Janet

    Too PRECIOUS! My Christmas recipient will LOVE this one!

  4. Lisa Collier (verified owner)

    Bought this characterful card for my partner, we have an urban fox who’s a regular visitor and he will love this fantastic card. Maybe I should buy “our fox” a scarf

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