“I love the game, especially these just so fun, and funny, illustrations. Discovering the images as greeting cards doubles the enjoyment value.” Campbell
“The images look great in the game, but even better in bigger size on these cards. Thanks for the excuse to pen those short letters to friends I’ve been slack in getting around to.” Ann
“Ha ha, I’m not going to write in these. They’re too good to spoil with my horrid hand writing. I’m going to mount them in a frame. Thank you.” Jacque
Components High quality cards – printed full color front and back.
White envelopes supplied, one per card.
Plastic sleeve for protection for each. Blank on the inside. (Meaning no greeting words are printed inside. That space is reserved for you to let your imagination run free!)
Language Multi-purpose, multi lingual cards. Write in whatever ‘language’ is native to you. OR make up your own language!
Release date June 2015
Dimensions (A5) 21 cm (L) x 15cm (H)
8.2 inches (L) x 5.9 inches (H)
FYI – A5 is an A4 sized piece of paper folded in half.
Weight Each card, including envelope and plastic cover is 0.025 grams
One pack of six (6) cards = 0.15 grams
LESLEY BRUCE was born in Bangor North Wales UK and emerged from the womb with that same ‘horse mad’ gene firmly attached.
Looking to art her cot was furnished with chalk and blackboard, tools to discover yellow and blue made green – wow! Magic. And so the drawing
began, especially of Bimbo her Budgie, he was green you see.
Lesley’s art school experience was in the sixties when they were all gung ho for abstract modern stuff. “Hump! Grrrr – What a waste she thought and trotted off to work with horses. Her art’s unique and engaging style evolved from a sense of the ridiculous, a necessity to sustain years, and years of mucking out stables.
Her artwork is funny and layered with hidden treasures which enhance your smile and give wings to belly laughs. Her nature is to see the happier shades in all the colours of life’s rainbow. Hence her pencil screamed to create art that laughs and smiles.—–And aren’t we lucky she listened.
Fast forward to now where she lives in Brittany France, in an enchanting old longhouse surrounded by her four legged resident gang of horses, cats and dogs. Oh and Mike the goat and Tandoori the chicken. Then there’s the animal bush telegraph which mysteriously broadcasts – “come over here to the lady who fixes all waifs and strays.” Watch out should you pass by looking like a hobo, she might take you in.