Personalised New Job Or Role "Yay You're A..." Card


by By the Brook Creations

Celebrate someone's new job or role with this personalised lettered sustainably produced congratulations card.


Ships from United Kingdom

Ready for dispatch in 1-2 Business Days

  • UK - £1.50
  • International - £10.00


⭐️Don't forget to pop the first name and job or role name in the "Additional notes" box so I can work my hand lettering magic for your design⭐️

Make the congratulations extra special with this personalised card.

Featuring my modern hand lettering style and colours of blue, green, yellow and orange.

The front of the card reads “Yay [name of person you’re congratulating]! You’re a/an [name of their new job or role]”.

Below that are the words "May the Lord take pleasure in working in and through you for His glory and your good" which is a great prayer for a new endeavour and every day.

Lovely for a vast array of jobs/roles e.g. nurse, teacher, mum, dad, vicar, minister, doctor, assistant, student etc etc, just have a look at some of the example pictures.

The inside is blank and ready for your message.

Created on demand in my home studio. I lovingly print, score, cut, fold and package it before sending it on its merry way.

Printed on luxury textured card stock that feels lovely and is easy to write on. It’s also FSC approved (ie the paper has been sustainably and ethically sourced) - win!

The card comes with a recyclable kraft envelope.

Product Info
- Size (w x h): A6 - 10.5 x 14.8cm / 4.1 x 5.8 inches
- Hand made by me.
- Printed on textured card with a lightly hammered appearance and feel.
- FSC approved card (i.e. sustainably sourced and produced).
- Card and envelope are recyclable.

Want to send direct?
I can send this to your recipient. Just leave the message you’d like me to write in the "Additional notes" box and change the shipping name and address to your recipient's at checkout.

Meet the Maker

By the Brook Creations

Sustainably produced paper goods and gifts heartening us with Christ-centred joy and hope in every season. By Roché Brook - coffee consuming, alliteration adoring artist and spoonie.

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