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Cardoon, screenprinted greeting card

Cardoons are one of my favourite plants to draw, it is cousins with the artichoke and can be traced back in history to the 4th century. This is handmade card, illustrated and printed by Hannah McVicar.


A hand screenprinted greeting card on GF Smith card, 350gsm.

Dimensions: 14 x 14cm

Blank inside, with a recycled kraft brown envelope.


3 stencils: two teals and a purple.


This print will fit an 8" x 8" frame.


Printing method:

Screenprinting is a printing technique that uses a woven mesh, most commonly a polyester fabric, stretched tightly over a rectangular frame. Stencils are applied to the mesh with ink-blocking substances, either photo-emulsion or paper stencils. Each colour within the design requires its own stencil. The stencil creates an open area of mesh for ink to transfer through on to a smooth surface. A sharp edged squeegee is used to push ink through the mesh in a fluid movement or squeegee stroke.

Cardoon, screenprinted greeting card

  • Cards are dispatched by Second Class Royal Mail. 


    Orders dispatched internationally are sent Tracked.

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