Derry Phrase "Up a tree in Rosemount" - A Derry phrase for "Wherabouts unknown" An open card with copper foil and wood veneer , handmade wit
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“Up a tree in Rosemount” is a Derry phrase for “Whereabouts unknown”. It’s a classic Derry phrase that only friends or family from the City will understand.... and enjoy!
• Phrases from Northern Ireland and more specifically a #DerryPhrase.
• #IrishAbroad?.....Wouldn’t you just love one of these dropping through your door from a friend to say hi?
• It’s a little piece of Ireland in a card.
• All cards are made individually using the technique of embossing to push out a raised design on the metal foil. The design is combined with a natural wood veneer.... each one is slightly different.
• Provided with an envelope in a cellophane sleeve.
• Blank inside for your own message.
13.5 x 13.5cm
• Card weight 350gsm
• Paper / Card Acid free.
• Square Tri Fold Photo Aperture.