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Think positive be positive – Greetings Card

We all know life can be tough at times. We all face difficult challenges and staying positive can be a struggle, but often treacherous roads can lead to amazing destinations. This card is designed to give a little boost of encouragement and support, to serve as a reminder to keep positive. A great card to keep a friend on track, especially if their motivation is fading.

Greetings card details

My cards are illustrated and painted by hand using ink and watercolours. I then photograph each element (bee and background) and bring them together digitally to create the cards. Printed and hand assembled in Scotland on high quality 300gsm Italian gesso paper (FSC certified, with environmentally friendly ECF pulp, felt-marked on both sides).

Blank inside to write your own message, the card is paired golden yellow envelope and packaged in sealed cello bag. Your card will be posted in a hard-backed envelope for extra protection. Please note: The copyright notice is not displayed on the front of the actual cards.

Proudly made in the UK.

Card size

  • Height: 14.8 cm/5.8 inches
  • Width: 14.8 cm/5.8 inches

Envelope size

  • Height: 15.5 cm/ 6.1 inches
  • Width: 15.5 cm/ 6.1 inches

Available on Etsy

You can buy this and other cards from the Just Bee Collection on Etsy.

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Bumblebee Conservation Trust logo

Bees are vital to our ecosystem and I wanted these cards to be positive in both their messaging and their contribution towards helping out our beautiful, furry little friends.


When you buy this card you’ll be donating 10p to the Bumblebee Conservation Trust, who are trying to address the deteriorating bumblebee population in the UK.

More about the Bumblebee Conservation Trust

Blaize Bee

Illustration of black, yellow and white bumblebee flying towards the right

The bee featured on this card is Blaize who flies at life with gusto. Each bee in the hive has their own special talent, making them a super positive hive.


Meet the bees