Cards

Welcome to my online shop where you can buy my cards & pay securely with PayPal.


You might be here because you have bought (thank you) or have been given (you must be loved!) one of my Cyanotype, seeded or handmade paper cards.

My seeded paper cards means that the recipient can plant the card and watch flowers grow in their place. The handmade paper as of September 200 is packed full of bee friendly flower seeds (a mix of 4 varieties). Which are made from 100% Cotton. Biodegradable. Sustainable.

These cards are sold with a kraft (brown envelope).


I also sell C5 size cards which are on white card with a white envelope. The Cyanotype cards are inspired from my own original Cyanotypes and are hand painted with metallic paint. The Christmas Cyanotype cards are made using original Cyanotypes and are my biggest seller! They come in packs of 3 and each design is different, (they are also hand decorated with metallic paint).

  • C5 162 × 229 mm (16.2 × 22.9 cm) (6.38 × 9.02 inches).
    A5 148 x 210 mm (14.8 x 21.0 cm) (5.8 x 8.3 inches)

Snowdrop Card

Gorgeous Snowdrop card, photographed my SJ Butler in North Yorkshire. High-gloss shine Weight: 250 gsm 18.2 x 11.7 cm 🌿🌸🍃🍃🌸🍃🌸🌸🌿 Free P&P

£3.50

Dandelion Seeded Card

New – on Wildflower seeded paper with Kraft (brown) envelope C5. 🌿🌸🍃🍃🌸🍃🌸🌸🌿 Handmade 200gsm Plantable seed paper. Packed full of bee friendly flower seeds (a mix of 4 varieties) Made from 100% Cotton. Biodegradable Sustainable. Free P&P

£4.00

Wildflower Seeded Card

New – on seeded paper with Kraft (brown) envelope C5. 🌿🌸🍃🍃🌸🍃🌸🌸🌿 Handmade 200gsm Plantable seed paper. Packed full of bee friendly flower seeds (a mix of 4 varieties) Made from 100% Cotton. Biodegradable Sustainable. Free P&P

£4.00

Blank Card

New – white card with white envelope A5. 🌿🌸🍃🍃🌸🍃🌸🌸🌿 Free p&p

£4.00

Cyanotype Hare Card

New – white card with white envelope A5. 🌿🌸🍃🍃🌸🍃🌸🌸🌿 Free p&p

£4.00

SALE Christmas Cards

Pack of 3 Original Cyanotype Cards with white envelopes C5. The pattern on the ‘tree’ will differ from the image because of the nature of the Cyanotypes WAS £9 NOW £7 🌿🌸🍃🍃🌸🍃🌸🌸🌿 Free p&p

£7.00

Wildflower Seed Card

This is the seediest card I could find! 🌿🌸🍃🍃🌸🍃🌸🌸🌿 Handmade 200gsm Plantable seed paper. Packed full of bee friendly flower seeds (a mix of 4 varieties) Made from 100% Cotton. Biodegradable Sustainable. Free P&P

£4.00

Snowdrop Card

Gorgeous Snowdrop card, photographed my SJ Butler in North Yorkshire. High-gloss shine Weight: 250 gsm 18.2 x 11.7 cm 🌿🌸🍃🍃🌸🍃🌸🌸🌿 Free P&P

£3.50

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Springtime 🌸

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Oh my goodness sorry for not posting for a while! I don’t know where time is going!

It’s lovely to see that Snoring is on its way with flowers appearing. Even though parts of the UK has add snow!

Yellow, flower, spring
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Sun Rise January

Another beautiful cold and frosty day & another beautiful sunrise. January is turning out to…

February Reflections

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Please help Limpy

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Hi, I don’t normally do this but I wonder if you could spare any spare change to help this poor cat, such a sad story but hopefully with a happy ending.

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Hi, my name is David and I’m hoping to raise money towards the cost of an operation for Limpy the cat. He is called Limpy because he appeared one day in my mum’s garden with a severe limp due to a broken leg. He was also extremely thin but because he was so timid and scared, as soon as anyone went out to him he disappeared for several days at a time. Instead food was left out for him to eat while no one was around. After several months he was brave enough to eat the food with someone in the garden and after many more weeks of patiently building up his trust he let us stroke him.

Fast forward to today and as you can see from the photo Limpy has finally moved into the house and is a much-loved member of the family. Unfortunately it’s far too late to do anything about the limp from his broken leg, but he has a cyst on his eye that makes it difficult for him to properly close, causes him discomfort and obscures his vision. Thankfully this can be treated.

The estimate Limpy’s vet gave for the operation to remove the cyst is £580 to £862 but I am seeking only to cover the minimum amount of £580. If the goal is reached before I end the fundraiser (which would be amazing!) any extra will go towards any aftercare Limpy might need. If he doesn’t need any then I will donate the money to a local cat charity.

Limpy and I thank you for reading this and thank you in advance for any donation you give. I will update on how the operation goes and if possible provide a photo. Thank you!

David and Limpy

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David Hields

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Please help Limpy

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Hi, I don’t normally do this but I wonder if you could spare any spare change to help this poor cat, such a sad story but hopefully with a happy ending.

https://gofund.me/2d9943f5

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Limpy the cat needs your help

ShareDonate now

Hi, my name is David and I’m hoping to raise money towards the cost of an operation for Limpy the cat. He is called Limpy because he appeared one day in my mum’s garden with a severe limp due to a broken leg. He was also extremely thin but because he was so timid and scared, as soon as anyone went out to him he disappeared for several days at a time. Instead food was left out for him to eat while no one was around. After several months he was brave enough to eat the food with someone in the garden and after many more weeks of patiently building up his trust he let us stroke him.

Fast forward to today and as you can see from the photo Limpy has finally moved into the house and is a much-loved member of the family. Unfortunately it’s far too late to do anything about the limp from his broken leg, but he has a cyst on his eye that makes it difficult for him to properly close, causes him discomfort and obscures his vision. Thankfully this can be treated.

The estimate Limpy’s vet gave for the operation to remove the cyst is £580 to £862 but I am seeking only to cover the minimum amount of £580. If the goal is reached before I end the fundraiser (which would be amazing!) any extra will go towards any aftercare Limpy might need. If he doesn’t need any then I will donate the money to a local cat charity.

Limpy and I thank you for reading this and thank you in advance for any donation you give. I will update on how the operation goes and if possible provide a photo. Thank you!

David and Limpy

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David Hields

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Crocus

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Oh my goodness my first Crocus are flowering!

I haven’t been in my garden for a while so it was lovely to see Crocus as well as Snowdrops adorning my garden.

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Sun Rise January

Another beautiful cold and frosty day & another beautiful sunrise. January is turning out to…

February Reflections

My portfolio from February 2022, hope you like seeing my work from this month, looking…

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February

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Oh my goodness! This is my first post of 2023!
A very belated Happy New Year – well I have been super busy these past four weeks, I know for a lot of people January seems to have 586 days but it has honestly flown by for myself.

What have I been up to? Well lots! From visited Castle Howard, Beningbrough Hall to visiting art galleries, museums and historic places.

In the coming months I am going to an Ice Trail, a short break in the Lake District and more drone videos & images to take.

The local duck pond iced over with -7 degrees – SJ Butler Photography

Spellbound

Emily Brontë

The night is darkening round me,

The wild winds coldly blow;

But a tyrant spell has bound me

And I cannot, cannot go.

The giant trees are bending

Their bare boughs weighed with snow.

And the storm is fast descending,

And yet I cannot go.

Clouds beyond clouds above me,

Wastes beyond wastes below;

But nothing drear can move me;

I will not, cannot go.

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Sun Rise January

Another beautiful cold and frosty day & another beautiful sunrise. January is turning out to…

February Reflections

My portfolio from February 2022, hope you like seeing my work from this month, looking…

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Happy New Year

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Happy new Year! Thank you for all your interactions, purchases and donations it is much appreciated. Here’s to 2023 and more travels and photography.

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Spring 2018

Well another weekend (nearly) already! As there has not been any gorgeous sunrises or sunsets…

Happy New Year

Happy 2022 to you all. I hope that this year is going to be happy…

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Tuesday Throwback

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Throwback to the beginning of 2022 with pictures from 2016-2021. I hope you have enjoyed the videos through the year?

In 2023 I will be creating some more videos but I may put them on YouTube because of the amount of storage they take up on here.

Have a great day, it is cold and miserable in North Yorkshire today. Not really great photography weather!

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July

Throughout the year at the beginning of each month I will…

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Travels

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Back from a visit to Derbyshire and Leicestershire with lovely weather for the most of it! I’ve just got back so not had time to sort all the images I took out but this one I wanted to show you. A beautiful stag in Bradgate Park on 21/12/22. I didn’t see Father Christmas but I’m guessing he was in the cafe with a hot chocolate before the big day!

“I’ll overcome
Silent songs I’ll be humming on
‘Til you sing along
Come as you are, ignited
Some lights are a different kind
Never burning out Darkness and dust
Quiet shadows are dancing now
Asking for my hand
I’m hanging on fine
I’m trying to make sense of it all
Trying to understand
Do you ever wonder what it’s like
Losing what you cannot be without
I will keep running
I try I’ll overcome
Fading stars echo
Reminding us they know
We’ve come too far to let go
Don’t let go.”

Skott
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December

A big thank you to all who have purchased andy cards or prints from me…

December Ice

A very cold start to the week with freezing fog and temperatures only just rising…

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Cold & Icy

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Another absolute freezing week! There has been some really sharp frost recently but no snow here in North Yorkshire. Hoping for a bit of the white stuff for Christmas day but we’ll see. Have a good week and keep yourself warm.

“Frost grows on the window glass, forming whorl patterns of lovely translucent geometry.

Breathe on the glass, and you give frost more ammunition.

Now it can build castles and cities and whole ice continents with your breath’s vapor.

In a few blinks you can almost see the winter fairies moving in . . .

But first, you hear the crackle of their wings.”

Vera Nazarian
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June Sunset

Sunsets, sunsets and more sunsets! Hope you like these montages of sunsets over the past…

Summer Solstice

The summer solstice, otherwise known as the longest day of the year, is on the…

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Third week of Advent

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An absolute freezing week! I’ve managed again to get another nasty cold/chest infection, I’ve had it 5 days and been struggling at work so decided to stay in bed for 2 days. Feel so much better now thank goodness.

So, sorry no new icy weather pictures yet, instead another bit of drone flying from a few weeks ago.

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December Flight

A lovely but very cold second week of Advent. I visited Hovingham in the Howardian…

New July Images

New Images Hot off the press (or camera) a few new edits done this weekend.…

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Moments of pleasure instrumental by Kate Bush