KAPITEIN KALK ~ AUTUMN COURAGE LIGHT WISH ~ TOVERLUXKK-LIW-AC
Stunning illustration by Kapitein Kalk.
Send a Wish of Light via post to your loved ones.
Light Wishes are another special way to bask in the warmth and softness of our illustrations illuminated from within. These Light Wishes can be sent by post allowing its magic to brighten the lives of your loved ones from afar.
Add warmth to your living room, beauty to your seasonal table or keep it as a cherished night light, this versatile accessory adds a touch of magic to any space.
These beautiful and one-of-a-kind translucent Light Wishes include an adhesive strip for easily folding it into a lantern, a card for your personalised message, and a matching envelope.
Crafted from the beautiful artwork of our talented artists, these silhouettes are meticulously printed on translucent material, enhancing the vividness of their colours.
- Sized at 30 x 12 cm
- Includes an adhesive strip for easily folding it into a lantern, a card for your personalised message and a matching envelope.
- Made in Netherlands
- One Light Wish only
Warning: Please use an LED light for safety with Light Wishes, never use with candles or any other type of flames.
Toverlux brings together a collective of gifted artists, illuminating their illustrations with magical light to bring warmth and wonder into your home.
Toverlux was started by Femke and Annefleur, two individuals who share not only the journey of life as wives, mothers, and friends of over 25 years but also the vision behind the company where it all started: Het Wol Feetje.
Geertje from Kapitein Kalk is a talented visual artist whose creative journey unfolds in the picturesque city of Dordrecht, nestled in the heart of the Netherlands.
Geertje has painted and drawn for years and started making blackboard drawings
when her eldest was in 1st class of Waldorf education. "Now, I am a full-time artist and my blackboard drawings have become a collection of cards and posters available worldwide. I hope that my drawings help children to dream and wonder and that it helps us grown-ups to keep relating to our inner child. I also hope that it stimulates teachers to keep on using the blackboard and draw.”