Have you bought your Festive Season greeting cards yet?

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been a little disappointed with the lack of fun and imaginative seasons greetings and Christmas cards out there. So being a writer and illustrator I’m in a perfect position to make my own! I wanted to come up with unique ideas that incorporated elements of my kids books and also that looked at Christmas from an inclusive angle for everyone.

I mean how many cards are there that kids can give? Or cards that feature a LGBTQI theme? Or cards that represent people of colour, autism spectrum or who generally don’t fit in or who think differently?

That’s why I’ve made my Josh Langley range of Season’s Greetings Cards.

’tis the season for dancing card

This is a card that kids can give (or adults for that matter), that features Graeme the Giraffe from the cover of my forth coming kids book, Magnificent Mistakes and Fantastic Failures. Click here to buy through Redbubble and for delivery worldwide.

‘Tis the season for being silly card

I’ve used the characters from the cover of my popular kids book, Being You is Enough to create the perfect silly card! Perfect for kids and adults. Click here to buy through Redbubble and for delivery worldwide.

LGBTQI inclusive card

There aren’t many greeting cards that feature an inclusive LGBTQI theme, so I created my own. Being gay myself, I wanted to make something that I would want to give to a friend or family member to make them feel loved and included. Click here to buy through Redbubble and for delivery worldwide.

Celebrate diversity card

The world is made up of all sorts of people. and I wanted to represent a just few of them with this card. This card features LGBTQI, people of colour, autism spectrum and the black sheep, the oddballs and people who think differently. Click here to buy through Redbubble and for delivery worldwide.

Big thanks to my sister in law Kali for helping with the project and for Redbubble for providing the platform so people can buy them.

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