Tin Mine Reflections in snow Christmas Card is a square blank card (approx 6 x 6 inches) of an original watercolour painting of a path on the Great Flat Lode leading to an old Tin Mine. The sky is dark and gloomy as there are more snow clouds around, but the snow has melted in the puddles. The Great Flat Lode is a World Heritage site and is part of Redruth’s Mining Heritage area. We don’t get snow very often in Cornwall but when we do I think it makes the tin mines look even more magical.
This is a blank greeting card for you to add your own message to send as a Christmas card or for any reason, a birthday, wedding or other winter celebration! The card has a hammered texture effect, measures approx 6” x 6” (148 x 148mm) and comes complete with a white envelope, wrapped in cellophane and the price includes postage and packing.
This card fits a standard square frame and would make an inexpensive gift. You can choose a 6″ x 6″ frame, with the card fitting the area, or a perhaps a larger frame, I suggest either 7″ x 7″ or even 8″ x 8″ inch frame that has a large mount. Frames usually come with their own apertures, into which the actual painting could fit. Most High Street Retailers offer a range of square frames to match your decor, however they are constantly changing their stock so I cannot recommend specific shops.