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Braille With Love At Christmas Card

Braille With Love At Christmas Card

Celebrate Christmas with your blind and partially sighted friends, family and colleagues with a braille card.

The front of the card reads: With Love At Christmas in lower case Unified English Braille.

You can also add a personalised message inside the card (no charge!) - just add this in the personalisation box before you add the card to your basket. Grade 1 (uncontracted) and grade 2 (contracted) are available for the message inside the card. 


Braille inside can be:

Unified English Braille (UEB) Grade 1 or 2
French, German and Dutch Grade 1

If you use a different braille, please do get in touch and I'll see if I can help.


Each card is A6 (14.8 x 10.5cm)

8 colours available -
Christmas Red, Dark Green, Yellow, Pink, Orange, Chocolate, Navy and Teal.

The limited edition festive colours are made in the Lake District World Heritage Site, sourced from sustainable forests and the papermill where the card is made commit to water and waste management.

Card 240gsm and envelopes are 130gsm.

Text limit inside: 100 characters with spaces.

To save space, all letters will be lower case.



If the card is addressed to, and going directly to a blind or visually impaired person, then it is eligible for free postage under the Articles for the Blind scheme.

All other orders are sent 1st Class Royal Mail.


Outside the UK? Click here to order from Etsy


Regular price £4.99 GBP
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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Marian Gaughan
5 Star service

Excellent service my friend was delighted with the card

Cancer crew

Really happy with how easy it is to get a personalised card for my friend. The only thing I will say is the card is plain and while I know my friend is blind her family aren't and I do think it would have been lovely for everyone who can see, a little hint of Christmas on the front. I have jolly it up a touch myself