This letterpress greeting card is perfect for the entire holiday season including Thanksgiving, Hanukkah, Christmas, and even New Year's Eve.
Animal Tracks in the Snow was originally published in 1897 by St. Nicholas Magazine - an American children's magazine containing works by authors including Mark Twain and Rudyard Kipling.
Quite charming for any winter occasion, this double-sided letterpress card will teach its recipient to identify the tracks of Rabbit, Deer, Muskrat, Skunk, Mink, Squirrel, Fox, and more...
- Blank inside- Measures 5" x 7"- Recycled paper- Envelope included
Saturn Press is an eco-concious company based on Swan's Island off the Maine coast. 3 folks work together to make this international business happen. (Jane Goodrich creates the designs, James vanPernis runs the company's 4 antique printing presses, and a sweet gal named Kathy answers the phone and takes care of shipping 3 days a week.)
Using an old-fashioned letterpress technique, paper sourced from a sustainable family-run mill, and a love for what they do, Saturn Press creates striking cards that will make a lasting impression no matter who the recipient.
Some folks love the vivid colors and unique images so much they request cards without envelopes to frame and hang them as wall art.
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