Please note: Due to the UK Lockdown there are some postal delays and cards may take a few days longer to reach you. I will still endeavour to post all cards the same day they are ordered. Thanks for understanding at this time.
This is a beautiful card featuring my artwork of the Diana Fountain in Bushy Park. This is a wonderful card to tell someone how much you are thinking of them at this time and has been left blank for your own message.
I've captured this Royal Park in a new way, never seen before. This is a wonderful piece of Bushy Park art which anyone would love to receive.
This is a luxury square greeting card sized 150mm x 150mm. It comes with a white envelope and packaged in a recyclable plastic sleeve.
This item will arrive to your door and is 100% recyclable from the card itself to the luxury protective delivery envelope. Second class delivery is included in the price and I aim to post ALL card orders placed before 2pm the same day.
Free: If you want your card sending directly to someone else then we will write your customised message & post to your recipient's address. Write the information below. Personalised cards will NOT be sent until you have confirmed via message the address.
I am a former Online Editor and Digital Journalist and I have a passion for creating localised pop-art Giclee prints of some of Surrey‰۪s most beautiful and iconic areas turning them into something bold, modern and truly unique. I also design pretty flower wreath designs which are inspired by my Surrey garden. I create digital pieces of art online with a focus on pastel colours and a modern fine art finish.
Please note: colours and tones can sometimes alter slightly depending on your computer monitor or mobile screen. My work is always created using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
All images and content copyright å© 2020 Katie Corcoran London - All Rights Reserved
For framed fine art prints visit www.katiecorcoran.co.uk
Sending Hugs Sunset Card UK, Bushy Park Card, Teddington Art, Sunset Card,Teddington, Surrey Art, River Thames, by Katie Corcoran