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Fetch! Greeting Card by Scott Morrish

The Fetch! Greeting Card by Scott Morrish is a greeting card which is blank inside for your own message and suitable for most occasions. It is a lovely  black and white photographic image of a person playing with two dogs on the shore. It forms part of the Ebb and Flow collection of cards by Photographer Scott Morrish.

The Fetch! greeting card a reasonable size for a message but not so large that your hand written thoughts and best wishes look lost and lonely, it is still small enough to send as a normal letter by Royal Mail.

About the Ebb & Flow Collection

“Exploring the tidelines of our wild coasts is always exciting – whichever lens one looks through. Whether rock-hopping, skimming stones or jumping waves, the ebb & flow of the sea’s soundscape, with it’s cascading off-beat rhythms, and salt-white noise, is enchanting. No matter the time or tide, the call of the sea is irresistable, a feast for all the senses and an ever-changing source of inspiration.”

In short the Fetch! Greeting Card is …

Eco friendly greeting cards throughout the process from the energy used in printing to the compostable clear bag to protect your card until you need it

  • Size 153mm x 153mm.
  • FSC certified
  • 100% recycled board
  • 100% recycled envelope
  • Compostable bag
  • Alcohol-free print
  • Vegetable-based inks
  • Printed with Green Energy

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