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This pack of eight Christmas cards features four designs with the addition of a "Noël" motif. There are two of each design, with eight different colour ways, as follows:

Willow Bough - Inspired by walks in the countryside, Willow Bough was one of William Morris's most successful early designs.

Cherwell - Many of Morris's designs, like this one, were named after rivers whose attendant foliage had fascinated him.

Bird and Anemone - William Morris's 1881 "Bird & Anemone" design shows intertwining foliage, anemones and birds in a strong horizontal arrangement.  

Brer Rabbit - William Morris's famous Brer Rabbit design is taken from a 17th century Italian silk. It was named after the Uncle Remus children's books, a collection of animal stories, songs and folklore which Morris read to his daughters, Jenny and May. 


  • Pack of 8 Christmas cards with white envelopes made of recyclable eucalyptus paper
  • Message inside reads ‘Christmas Greetings’
  • Size: 105 x 148 mm
  • Printed in the UK on FSC certified board which is manufactured from fibre sourced from sustainably managed Swedish forests
  • Designed and produced in the UK by The Radical Tea Towel Company




Christmas cards: Pack of 8 William Morris designs

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