Robins are just classic Christmas arn't they .. but hang on - why are they?
"In the 1800s, British postmen wore bright red uniforms. Postmen in their red-breasted coats resembled the much-loved British bird, the robin red-breast, earning Victorian postmen the nick-name: Robins.
Around Christmas time, people would eagerly await the Robins’ delivery of Christmas cards from near and far. Some greeting card artists were inspired by this to illustrate their cards with the joyous delivery of letters, and instead of drawing a postman, one artist decided to draw the Robins’ namesake, the robin birds, delivering letters in their little beaks."
And of course, we here at Telegramme Paper Co. LOVE post and salute our dear postal workers with this card! Keep up the good work guys...
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Comes with an embossed recycled Kraft envelope.
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Square (148mm x 148mm) folded size
250 gsm Gesso textured card