Top Christmas Cards 2022
We’re here to help you spread festive cheer with our low-down of the best Christmas cards by independent artists, printmakers, and studios. From cards for millenials to humbugs, we’ve got you covered! Check out our favourites below:
Rosy Nicholas100% of the money raised from sales of these cards by Wrap X Rosy Nicholas will be donated to Mummy’s Star – the only UK charity to support women diagnosed with cancer during pregnancy. Who doesn’t need a naked guy carrying a tray of Ferrero Rocher in their lives?
Lorna RobeyA6 Christmas card featuring a novelty baubles design. Risograph printed in Leeds with vegan soy based inks onto recycled 250gsm cardstock. Perfect for spreading the Crimbo love!
Rosanna ReadeNothing says Christmas more than a striding Christmas pudding. Love or hate this festive staple, this giclee printed card based on an original lino print is ideal for sharing seasons wishes.
Takako CopelandOne for the cat-lovers in your life! What could be more cute than a cat in a stocking? These cards by Takako Copeland are hand-printed using a traditional letterpress machine.
Luiza HolubThe best way to spread Christmas cheer, is singing loud for all to hear! Colourful digital print based on an original linocut by Luiza Holub.
Abby Sumner4 festive designs bursting with Christmas spirit and Risograph colour goodness from Abby Sumner. Not only full of Christmas spirit, but also eco-friendly!
People I’ve LovedWhere’d 2022 go? Another year has flown by, so fuck it, let’s celebrate another one. Letterpress printed on archival-quality card stock with a kraft envelope.
Tiger and FoxA craft and a card in one! Send a festive pop-out Christmas decoration or keep one to pop on the top of a tree. A fun decoration that can be kept for future Christmases! Hand printed on a vintage press, lovingly restored from c.1900.
Kvist StudioWish your pals a happy crimbo with these 3 colour vibrant screen printed cards by Kvist Studio, featuring all of our favourite festive shapes!
Martha DuncanThe card that every millenial has been waiting for. Part of Martha Duncan’s Shite Christmas Card range. What more could Gen-Z want?
HoferA modern take on tradional Christmas imagery from Hofer. Letterpress printed in two solid Christmassy colours. Simple yet very stylish.
Becca ThorneThe anti-Christmas card for the Scrooge in your life. Based on the eponymous Scrooge from Charles Dickens’ classic and beautifully printed in Cornwall as a faithful reproduction of an original linocut.
Patrick BarberThe perfect card for sending to printmakers or pun-lovers, featuring a classic old printer joke! Letterpress printed using two passes of hand set metal and wood type on the Chandler & Price platen press.
Known As StudioTis the season of icicles and Jack Frost nipping at your nose. The ideal card for design-lovers from Known As Studio Riso printed in blue/grey.
Emmanuelle OrrOne of the best things about Christmas? The markets and all the mulled wine! This magical card is based on a photo of a Christmas market in the Alps.
LJB StudioSuper luxurious foiled card by LJB Studio. Simple, sophisticated, and minimalist, with a stunning marbled envelope.
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November 24, 2022 at 06:52AM