It’s Chriiiiistmas !!! … Well, Almost

Yes, it’s time to start writing your Christmas list, time to start your Christmas shopping, time to work out which Xmas holly and berry
relatives you are visiting this year and time to order your Christmas cards!

Breathing Matters can help you with the latter.

This year, we have a number of options.  You could order directly online with [you can use the direct link on our home page]. sell both paper cards and, for those of you who are more green in nature, they also provide online cards to email to your friends and family. They also supply corporate cards so you can put your company name on the front cover.  Up to 50p per card is donated directly to Breathing Matters.

Our other option, this year, is to purchase handmade and vintage Christmas cards through Jane Walker.  Some of you will know Jane from her lovely Breathing Matters designer stalls at Easter and over the summer at UCH.  Jane has two Christmas stalls organised on Friday, 7th November 2014 and Friday, 12th December 2014, 10am-2pm at UCH Atrium, where she will be selling these cards along with some fabulous and unique stocking fillers.

If you are not able to get to these stalls, Jane has very kindly agreed to take orders and she will personally post these to you.  All profits of these sales will go to Breathing Matters.

Handmade Cards:


The above handmade cards come in two sizes:

Medium cards (104mm x 152mm) –  £2 each or 5 for £8

Large cards (145mm x 198mm) – £2.50 each  or 5 for £10


Vintage Cards: Vintage cards come in a mixed set of 10 for £3


If you would like to order any of the above handmade or vintage Christmas cards, please email Jane Walker directly on
Whichever option you choose, good luck with all the card signing!
As to the Christmas shopping list, Breathing Matters have some ideas on that too:
Breathing Matters would like to thank Jane
for her amazing help this year!

Xmas holly and berry

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