Following the poem I wrote for anyone struggling at Christmas, I have released this as a print which can be gifted to anyone having a difficult time following a bereavement. I am supporting the mental health charity 'Your Voice Cornwall' with this print and for each print, I will be donating £2 to the charity. 


Each print is made to order. Please allow up to two weeks for a print and up to three weeks for a framed print.  Express orders will speed up the printing time by two days. You'll receive a shipping confirmation email when your print has been dispatched. 


Available with or without text - see images. 


Prints landscape unless square. 


Available as A5 (5.8 x 8.3 inch), A4 (8.3 x 11.7 inch, or 12x12"  


The Poem inside reads:

If Christmas is hard, 

If you’ve lost someone dear,

Just look in your heart, 

And you’ll know they’re still here.

The star in the sky, 

The light falling snow.

The robin outside, 

It seems like they know.


If this is a time, 

When you’re struggling through,

Just do what you can, 

For what matters, is you.

There’s no need to be merry, 

There’s no need to be bright.

Just do what you can, 

It will all be alright.


If Christmas Is Hard Print

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Do you want the poem to be on the print?
  • Printing

    Each print is printed using Fine Art Trade Guild approved printers, inks and papers. This archival quality process means that your artwork is made to last. 


    Turnaround time & Shipping

    Items are shipped from the UK and can be shipped worldwide. All prints are made to order. Please allow up to two weeks for a print and up to three weeks for framed prints. 


    Returns and exchanges

    Your happiness matters to me. If for any reason you're unhappy with your purchase there is a 30 day money back guarantee. Please get in touch as soon as possible in the event of returning an item, or setting up an exchange. 

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