The Irish Gift Guide – Christmas Cards

If you are looking for special Christmas cards to send this year here is a handy roundup for you.

Rachel Dubber has a beautiful range of cards and she’s a lovely person to deal with. Check out the mugs too. https://www.racheldubber.com/

MyDesigner.ie has a range of Christmas Cards with earrings, they are available to preorder: https://www.facebook.com/MyDesigner.ie/posts/149578786869261

Handprinted cards by Cleo: https://soapbycleo.ie/shop/hand-printed-christmas-cards/

I can totally relate to this one by Simple Things. Some other great designs too: https://simple-things.ie/

If you are in Wexford check out Caroline’s Cards: https://www.facebook.com/Irishnamecards/

Hilary Glynn Studio has a range of eco friendly cards: https://www.hilaryglynnstudio.com/product-page/christmas-collection-greeting-card-pack

Letterpress cards by Chettlepress https://chettlepress.com/collections/christmas-collection

Duckblue has a range of cards in Irish or English with 10% of the sales going to Cystic Fibrosis Ireland https://duckblue.ie/collections/christmas-cards

Quirky, fun cards from the fabulous Miss Leela Sassafras. Mini cards coming soon too https://missleelasassafras.com/collections/christmas-cards

She designs he prints have some lovely cards, including some really fun ones: https://shedesignsheprints.com/product-category/christmas-cards/

One for the Sligo fans. Starry Benbulben by Sharlene Kemple Ceramics https://www.etsy.com/uk/listing/897088893/starry-benbulben-christmas-card

Some very topical cards from Wall Hello https://wallhello.ie/product-category/cards/

Rustic stars from Lisa Nagle Creations: https://www.facebook.com/lisanaglecreations

Photo Art Christmas Cards by Aine, including Phoenix Park, Grand Canal, Trinity College and more
https://www.facebook.com/Áines-Photo-Cards-111985557365729/

Beautiful cards from Burren Flower Fairies https://www.etsy.com/ie/listing/476048092/christmas-cards-pack-of-8

Beautiful textile cards by Karen Pleass https://www.etsy.com/shop/karenpleass

Very cute pebble cards by Pebble & Soul https://www.facebook.com/Pebble-Soul-109161657154924/

Literary Christmas Cards by At It Again: https://atitagain.ie/product-category/christmas/

Hand created cards by Madge and Mabel https://www.etsy.com/shop/madgeandmabel

A beautiful collection by Lucretia Caporole here https://lucreciacaporale.com/collections/greeting-cards

Jane has a lovely range of cards including the one above: https://www.cardsfromireland.com/

The Crafty Bear has a variety of cards, including Christmas ones: https://www.facebook.com/FrankenBearCrafts

Head in the Clouds Charity Christmas Cards https://amora.ie/products/irish-illustrated-charity-christmas-cards-pack-of-6

Bold Bunny have a great selection of cards, including funny and cute ones. Shop here https://boldbunny.ie/collections/christmas-cards

The Nepal Leprosy Trust Ireland are selling batik or silkscreen cards. You can buy them on their website: https://www.nlt.ie/

You can find a wide range of cards of p.s. i love you https://psiloveyou.ie/shop/

Jennie O’C Art has some beautiful atmospheric cards. You can find them here: https://www.facebook.com/yennieoc

So there you have it. The bumper Irish Christmas Card post. Thank you to the Bite the Biscuit Members for their suggestions.

4 thoughts on “The Irish Gift Guide – Christmas Cards

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  1. myself and the family in the states used to love the sligo christmas cards and calander we bought from you a few years ago

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