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Hello I'm Ginette, I do graphic design, art, illustration and surface pattern design.


Here on my blog you can see the pictures i've been making, stuff I've been up to and the inspiration I found in fun places like Whistler, Canada and Oxfordshire, England.


You can also view my portfolio for more of my design work, find out about bespoke wedding stationary and take a look at the cards and prints for sale in my shop.

By Ginette, Nov 21 2018 09:43PM

It's Christmas card time again! I've designed 2 sets of Chistmas cards this year. The first is a gaggle of santas having a very festive time. The second set is inspired by vintage wrapping paper and packaging for Christmas ornaments, I love looking at all the old fonts and recreating the vintage printing textures.

Each set comes as a pack of 8 with envelopes, both cards and envelopes are made of recycled paper and are packaged in biodegradable plastic sleeves. Go check them out in my shop, along with lots of other fun designs. Proceeds will go towards helping homeless people have a better Christmas.

By Ginette, Jan 3 2018 08:43AM

Sending out a big thankyou to everyone who bought charity Christmas cards! All the money raised went to Homeless Oxford, so lots of people could enjoy Christmas and keep toasty and warm.

By Ginette, Nov 17 2017 12:21AM

Christmas cards for sale!
Christmas cards for sale!

Here are my new Christmas card designs for 2017. The Star Quilt collection is inspired by cosy patchwork quilts with festive star patterns and the Leaf Snowflakes collection features wintery leaves and berries in lovely snowflake shapes, all in a bold modern colour palette. They are available in my shop, printed in England using recycled materials and proceeds wil go towards giving homeless people a warm Christmas.

Photographed in my garden with some lovely autumn leaves!

By Ginette, Dec 2 2015 01:08AM

I have made my own Christmas cards for a long while, and now I worry that my friends would be offended to receive anything else. So here are my Christmas cards for 2015! Each of the four designs is inspired by a wintery poem, which was a great opportunity to daydream about lovely snowy places, starry skys and frosty mornings. I also took inspiration from cosy patchwork quilts, knitted jumpers and woolly blankets. The cards are available in the shop with all proceeds going to charity.