Croeso i Lois!

𝗥𝗵𝗼𝘄𝗰𝗵 𝗴𝗿𝗼𝗲𝘀𝗼 𝗺𝗮𝘄𝗿 𝗶 𝗟𝗼𝗶𝘀, 𝗖𝘆𝗻𝗼𝗿𝘁𝗵𝘄𝘆𝘆𝗱𝗱 𝗖𝗿𝗲𝗮𝗱𝗶𝗴𝗼𝗹 𝗻𝗲𝘄𝘆𝗱𝗱 𝗠𝘄𝘆𝗱𝗿𝗼!

Am y tri mis nesaf, diolch i gefnogaeth Llwyddo’n Lleol, bydd Lois yn gweithio a Mwydro fel Cynorthwyydd Creadigol i’r cwmni. O fewn ei rôl bydd hi’n cefnogi gwaith presennol Mwydro, yn ogystal â helpu gyda datblygu syniadau newydd i’r busnes – felly gwyliwch y gofod hwn!

Ac wrth gwrs yn ‘on-brand’ iawn i Mwydro, y dasg gyntaf un oedd troi Lois yn gymeriad cartŵn!

Wedi ei magu yn Nyffryn Nantlle, mae Lois yn fyfyrwraig 22 mlwydd oed ym Mhrifysgol Fetropolitan Caerdydd. Mae hi’n ddiweddar wedi cwblhau gradd mewn Addysg, Seicoleg ac Anghenion Addysgol Arbennig, a’n bwriadu mynd ymlaen i astudio gradd meistr mewn Marchnata Digidol ym mis Medi. Yn ei amser rhydd mae hi’n mwynhau coginio a mynd i gaffis lleol ac yn rhannu hynny ar ei chyfrif BlogsBwyd ar Instagram (byddwch yn siŵr o ddilyn!)

Meddai Lois, “Dwi’n edrych ymlaen am y ddeuddeg wythnos nesaf yn Mwydro. Byddi’n dda cael dod i adnabod Mwydro a’r hyn maen nhw’n eu cynnig i fusnesau. Ar y funud, ‘dwi ddim yn gwybod llawer am GIFs, ond yn edrych ymlaen at ddysgu ac i ddatblygu syniadau fy hun wrth gyd-weithio efo Sioned!

Felly byddwch yn siŵr o ddilyn Mwydro a Llwyddo’n Lleol i ddilyn siwrne Lois (a minnau fel cyflogwr am y tro cyntaf!)

𝗣𝗹𝗲𝗮𝘀𝗲 𝗴𝗶𝘃𝗲 𝗮 𝘄𝗮𝗿𝗺 𝘄𝗲𝗹𝗰𝗼𝗺𝗲 𝘁𝗼 𝗟𝗼𝗶𝘀, 𝗠𝘄𝘆𝗱𝗿𝗼’𝘀 𝗻𝗲𝘄 𝗖𝗿𝗲𝗮𝘁𝗶𝘃𝗲 𝗔𝘀𝘀𝗶𝘀𝘁𝗮𝗻𝘁!

For the next three months, thanks to the support of Llwyddo’n Lleol, Lois will be working with Mwydro as a Creative Assistant for the business. Within her, role she’ll be supporting Mwydro’s existing work and helping with developing some new ideas for the business – so watch this space!

And of course, very on brand for Mwydro, the first task was to have Lois turned into a cartoon version of herself!

Raised in Dyffryn Nantlle, Lois is a 22 year old student at Cardiff Metropolitan University. She’s just completed a degree in Education, Psychology and Special Educational Needs and plans to go ahead to study a Masters degree in Digital Marketing in September. In her spare time she enjoys cooking and visiting local cafes, and shares that on her BlogsBwyd Instagram account (be sure to follow!)

Lois says; “I’m looking forward to the next twelve weeks with Mwydo. It will be great to learn more about Mwydro and what they offer to businesses. At the moment, I don’t know much about GIFs, but I’m looking forward to learn and develop my own ideas by working in collaboration with Sioned.”

So, be sure to follow Mwydro and Llwyddo’n Lleol to follow Lois’ journey (and mine as I get the experience of being am employer for the very first time!)

I’m running my first ever workshop!

As an exiting step for Mwydro, this month I’ll be running my first ever in-person workshop. Well, two as a matter of fact!

My Mastering Instagram Stories Workshop will provide small business owners with all the information and guidance they need to utilise their business’ Instagram Stories to the best of its abilities. I’ve created the workshop based on my own experience and by recruiting the help of some fellow fabulous small business owners such as Ani-bendod, Queen B & Co and HI Communications to share their top tips too. We’ll be covering the basics, some handy top tips and tricks and how to master the art of speaking and showing up on your Instagram Stories.

I’ll be running the two workshops in collaboration with M-SParc Ar Y Lon – On Tour at the following:

Wednesday 11th of May 4-6pm @ M-SParc Ar Y Lon, Palace Street, Caernarfon

Tuesday 24th of May 4-6pm @ M-SParc Ar Y Lon, Conway Road, Colwyn Bay

Both workshops are FREE and fully bilingual, but booking is required.

Click here for more information and to book your place.

I’ve been working so hard on the workshop, so it would be great to see you there! If you’ve got any questions in the meantime please don’t hesitate to get in touch. And be sure to follow Mwydro on Instagram for more top tips!

It often starts with a problem…

The other week I had the great pleasure of chatting with Leri, child yoga teacher and owner of Iogis Bach as part of my Mwydro gyda… series.

In our conversation we found we had many things in common, from our connections to Dyffryn Nantlle to our involvement in the Llwyddo’n Lleol programme. But an interesting shared experience we discovered whilst chatting was our businesses growing from the initial want to solve a problem.

For Leri it was becoming a new mother and looking for a safe space where she could meet with other mothers to share experiences and have the chance to relax which served as part of the inspiration for founding her business Iogis Bach. Not being able to find something which suited her needs, she solved the problem herself by creating that safe relaxing space for new mothers through Iogis Bach.

It took some time for me to look back and realise it was a problem that started things for Mwydro too. Back in September 2020 when I was looking for ways to promote my Welsh Language Cards, I found myself stuck.

When I searched in the GIF search bar for something to promote my business, all I found were English language GIFs. So, armed with my new iPad I thought I’d go ahead and teach myself how to make GIFs. Initially they were a great way of solving a problem I faced, though soon as I published them I found I was also solving the problem to so many other Welsh small business owners.

Solving a problem gives your business a clear purpose, and your followers a clear reason why they need to work with you. Solving a problem for a whole community is the ultimate step.

I’ve been honoured in my business to not only solve the problem of promoting businesses through the Welsh language through my public GIFs, but also individuals through my bespoke GIF service. By today, Bespoke GIFs has become the ideal tool to support small businesses to stand out from their competition, have consistency in their branding, and inspire their followers to take action.

So why not take a minute and consider what problem your small business solves, and when you know – I’d love for you to share it with me, either in the comments below or over on Instagram. And if you’re ready to invest in GIFs click here to check out my portfolio or here to fill in a GIF request form.

Welsh GIFs Marathon to celebrate Shwmae Su’mae Day

To celebrate this year’s Shwmae Su’mae day on the 15th of October, the digital illustration company Mwydro will undertake a live Welsh GIF Designing Marathon on her Instagram channel. The event will provide a unique opportunity for the public to select which Welsh words and phrases they’d like to see in GIF form on social media, and see the design be made on the spot.

For those who are keen users of social media it’s possible you’re already familiar with the work of the illustrator Sioned Young, who runs Mwydro from her home in Caernarfon. Mwydro is the creator of over 250 Welsh language GIFs available for all to use for free on platforms such as Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat.

By today, Mwydro’s selection of Welsh language GIFs vary from days of the week to popular phrases and proverbs have received over 35 million views. And it’s thanks to the help of her followers that the collection of GIFs illustrated by Sioned Young has developed:

“I taught myself how to design GIFs a year ago, after having some trouble finding suitable Welsh language GIFs for me to use on my Instagram Stories,” says Sioned, “Once I shared my initial designs, I started receiving lots of requests for further Welsh language words and phrases people would like to see in GIF form.”

Shwmae Su’mae Day, held annually on October 15th, encourages everyone to give Welsh a go by starting greeting everyone with a ‘Shwmae’ or ‘Su’mae’. To celebrate, the organisers, Mudiadau Dathlu’r Gymraeg, encourage everyone to attend one of the Shwmae Sumae events to have a taste of using Welsh socially in their area.

“I’m glad to be able to host an event like this as part of the Shwmae Su’mae Day celebrations this year.” says Sioned, “Originally I had though the only purpose for GIFs was to have fun, but I soon discovered the value of GIFs in celebrating and promoting the Welsh language, and in supporting and encouraging people to introduce some Welsh into their social media posts.”

The event will take place live on Mwydro’s Instagram channel on Friday the 15th of October between 8-9pm, with a warm welcome for anyone to join.


For further information, images or to organise an interview please contact Sioned Young on

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Marathon GIFs Cymraeg i ddathlu Diwrnod Shwmae Su’mae

I ddathlu diwrnod Shwmae Su’mae eleni ar y 15fed o Hydref, mi fydd cwmni darlunio digidol Mwydro yn ymgymryd â Marathon Dylunio GIFs Cymraeg byw ar ei sianel Instagram. Bydd y digwyddiad yn cynnig cyfle unigryw i’r cyhoedd dewis a dethol pa eiriau a dywediadau Cymraeg hoffent weld ar ffurf GIF i gyfryngau cymdeithasol, a gweld y dylunydd yn eu creu yn y fan a’r lle.

I’r rheiny sy’n ddefnyddwyr brwd sianeli cyfryngau cymdeithasol mae hi’n bosib iawn eich bod eisoes  yn gyfarwydd â gwaith y darlunydd Sioned Young sy’n rhedeg cwmni Mwydro o’i chartref yng Nghaernarfon. Mwydro yw’r crëwr o dros 250 o’r GIFs iaith Cymraeg a gellir ei ddefnyddio am ddim ar blatfformau megis Instagram, TikTok a Snapchat.

Erbyn heddiw, mae detholiad o GIFs Cymraeg Mwydro sy’n amrywio o ddiwrnodau’r wythnos i ddywediadau a diarhebion poblogaidd wedi cael dros 35 miliwn o wylwyr. A thrwy help ei dilynwyr mae casgliad o GIFs sydd wedi’i arlunio gan Sioned Young wedi’i ddatblygu:

“Mi ddysgais fy hun sut i ddylunio GIFs rhyw flwyddyn yn ôl, ar ôl cael trafferth dod o hyd i GIFs iaith Cymraeg i mi allu defnyddio ar fy ‘Stories’ Instagram,” meddai Sioned, “Unwaith i mi rannu fy nyluniadau cychwynnol, dyma fi’n derbyn llu o geisiadau am ragor o eiriau a dywediadau Cymraeg hoffai pobl weld ar ffurf GIFs.”

Mae diwrnod Shwmae Su’mae, sy’n cael ei chynnal yn flynyddol ar Hydref y 15fed yn annog pawb i roi cynnig ar y Gymraeg drwy ddechrau sgyrsiau gyda ‘Shwmae’ neu ‘Su’mae’. Ar gyfer dathlu’r diwrnod mae’r trefnwyr, Mudiadau Dathlu’r Gymraeg, yn annog pawb i fynychu digwyddiad i gael blas ar ddefnyddio’r Gymraeg yn gymdeithasol yn eu hardal nhw.

“Dwi’n falch iawn o allu cynnal digwyddiad fel rhan o ddathliadau Shwmae Su’mae eleni.” meddai Sioned, “Yn wreiddiol oeddwn i’n meddwl mai’r unig bwrpas am GIFs oedd er mwyn cael hwyl, ond yn fuan iawn dwi wedi dysgu gwerth GIFs mewn dathlu a hyrwyddo’r iaith Gymraeg, ac mewn helpu ac ysgogi pobl i gyflwyno rhywfaint o Gymraeg i’w cyfrifon cyfryngau cymdeithasol.”

Bydd y digwyddiad yn cael ei gynnal yn fyw ar sianel Instagram Mwydro ar Ddydd Gwener y 15fed o Hydref rhwng 8-9pm, gyda chroeso cynnes i bawb ymuno.


Am fwy o wybodaeth, lluniau neu i drefnu cyfweliad cysylltwch â Sioned Young ar

GIFs are great for.. Having Fun!

In this new series, I’ll be quickly sharing a few fab uses for animated GIF stickers!

First up, it’s Having Fun!

When selling a service or product on social media, it can often feel like you’re nagging on your clients, or repeating yourself non stop. You fear that you’re boring your clients, or coming across as sell, sell, sell.

GIFs offer a unique, vibrant and engaging way to sell your offer. Branded GIFs prompting clients to send you a DM for further information, or reminding them when a product or service is going on sale, could be the perfect nugget to help them TAKE ACTION!

GIFs also bring character and joy to your stories, and help build your brand to be seen as warm, modern and approachable.

Just like the brand, Mwydro’s GIFs aim to add a fun, warm and approachable vibe to your brand – without having to say a word!

Want to find out more? Get in touch by using the contact button below to see how Mwydro can help inject more fun into your brand online!

5 Tips for Tackling Insta Story Stage Fright.

We’ve all heard the Social Media Coaches go on, “the best way to engage with your audience is to show your face. Show them the person behind the business!”. But when you’re stood in your living room trying to find a quiet few minutes and a big bucket of confidence to ‘show-up’ on video in your Instagram Stories, it can be hard.

Imposter syndrome kicks in, flashbacks of a scary solo performance on your primary school’s nativity comes flooding back, and before you know it you’ve convinced yourself this is a no go zone.

But the truth is, those Social Media Coaches aren’t wrong. Face-to-camera video content on Insta Stories is one of the best ways to connect with your audience and build their trust in the person working behind the business. This is an obstacle I too as a shy business owner once had to get through, and so I thought I’d share some quick top-tips from my own personal experience.

1. Act Natural

One of the most appealing parts of Insta Stories is their informality. Unlike grid posts or blogs, there’s no way to schedule them, and after twenty four hours they’re gone – never to be seen again.

Try to remember this when you go ahead to film a piece for your Insta Story. People aren’t expecting a dolled up face and a perfectly rehearsed script, they just want to see you. Off the cuff, natural speak has a far better chance of connecting with your audience, and is the easiest to do too.

My favourite Insta Stories are those I see of someone caught in the moment. Whether it’s in the middle of working on a project, or when an idea has just popped up in their mind – it’s here I feel most connected to the individual, excited to have been given and exclusive insight to their world. Filming off the cuff rather than at a dedicated time also reduces any anxiety from counting down the minutes to do something.

2. Make the most of Captions

With 80% of people watching video content on their phones on mute, captions are an essential when uploading a video to your Insta Story.

But if it’s the idea of listening back to your own voice that’s putting you off from filming your first video, the solution is here! Instagram have just recently launched their Auto-Generate Captions feature! Just search for Captions after you’ve filmed your video and they’ll be added as written subtitles to your video without you having to listen back to yourself.

The feature isn’t available for Welsh-language video yet, so if you’re wanting to add Welsh captions, how about asking a friend or family member to type them out?

3. Utilise the ‘Hide Story’ feature

Did you know? You can hide your Insta Stories from people without having to block their account.

If it’s the fear of people you know watching you that’s putting you off from speaking to the camera, the Hide Story feature is a great tool to restrict certain people from viewing your stories.

To activate this feature:

• Head over to the account you want to hide your stories from.

• Click on the 3 dots on the top right hand corner of their profile

• Select ‘Hide your story’

You can disable this feature at any time too, so even if it’s just to give you the confidence to put up your first ever video – it’s a handy trick to try.

4. Focus on one person

It may be the golden rule you received before your debut in the school nativity, but it works a treat here too. Try not to think that you’re talking to a group of people, and rather focus your attention on one person. It can be an Insta Bestie that watches all your stories, or a completely made up person.

Speaking directly to one person is also great for making that vital connection with your audience, so there’s even more reason to give this trick a go!

5. Look into alternative solutions

If you’ve read through all the steps and the idea of switching that camera on is still filling you with dread, there are alternative solutions that enable you to ‘show up’ without switching on the camera.

Mwydro’s personalised GIF Character service is a great way of showcasing the person behind the business in a unique way, and it’s a service that spanned from resolving this very fear of showing up on Instagram.

The quirky characters, digitally drawn and animated by me to look like the business owners, come in a variety of movements and can act as your very own social media stand-ins. Add them alongside text, or use them as visuals along with a voice recording if it’s switching on the camera that brings out the fear.

Or, if you pluck the courage to put on your camera – GIF characters make the perfect virtual mascots to cheer you on and bring a fun, playful energy to your video content.

Get in touch!

If you go ahead and film an Insta Story, be sure to tag me @ mwydro , and Get In Touch if you’d like to find out more about my GIF service!

Welcome to Mwydro!

To reflect the development in the business’ services, Cardiau Mwydro has today (27.05.21) taken the exciting step to re-brand to Mwydro!

Since establishing the business back in March 2019, I’ve been fortunate to see the business develop and grow so much. And since receiving a grant to purchase an iPad and printer thanks to the Llwyddo’n Lleol, I’ve been able to extend my services to include digital illustration and animation.

With Digital Design Commissions and GIF Packages becoming such a prominent part of the business’ services, I thought it was about time that the brand reflected the business!
And why Mwydro you ask? Well ‘Mwydro’ is a Welsh word with no direct translation but in its essence means to talk a lot about nothing much. That seems to describe me to a t, and it’s crafting that seems to be one of the only things that keeps me quiet!

But don’t worry! Mwydro will still be offering a bespoke card-making service, alongside many new services – including commissioned design work, and creating animated GIFs for businesses.

I’m so excited to see what the future holds for the business, and it’s a dream come true to openly call myself an illustrator. Since I was a child I’ve had a love for drawing and doodling, with Jacqueline Wilson’s illustrator Nick Sharatt a big influence on my work.

Under the new brand I feel I have greater confidence to share my illustration work, and hopefully work with you, my audience, to develop and grow the service.

To learn more about Mwydro’s work, be sure to follow me on social media. And you’re welcome to get in touch any time to learn more about my work, or just to say hello! As I’ve already said, I do like to mwydro!

All the best,


Photo by: Mari Lloyd Photography


Happy August! I hope you’re all having a lovely start to the month, and getting the chance to make the most of the sunny days we’ve been having lately. Writing this blog is a good way to stop me scratching my sunburn from my day out walking in the sun in Benllech the other day! 

Looking back, July feels like a good month. I found out early in the month that I was starting a new job early August, so I was determined to make July a month full of creativity, positivity and organisation. How has your month been? Be sure to leave your personal number one highlight from July in the comments!

Custom Orders

Let’s start with the core heart of Cardiau Mwydro, my Custom Order cards.

July has been yet another busy month of Custom Orders. I’m always intrugued to see what type of cards are popular when. July was certainly baby boom month, as I created so many personalised ‘Welcome to the World/ Croeso i’r Byd’ cards.

I really enjoy making these as I’ve always been obsessed with names since a young age. In my youth I loved writing stories and doodling cartoons, and my favourite part was often choosing characters’ names. Congratulations to all of July’s new arrivals and I hope you all enjoy your personalised Welcome to the World cards! Anyone else got a thing for names?

Etsy Launch

Early July I launched my brand new Etsy shop, selling a new range of hand-drawn and personalised prints. You can read more about the launch here.

The shop also includes a few cards. Don’t worry, you can still order cards the usual way by messaging me on Facebook or Instagram, but I thought I’d pop the easiest cards to place a personalisation instruction on my Etsy, perfect for those looking to quickly purchase a personalised card.

Keep an eye out on my shop in August, where I’ll be adding more personalised cards to the shop.

Shop my Etsy:

Llwyddo’n Lleol

I’ve been continuing to be busy participating in the Llwyddo’n Lleol 2050 programme throughout the month, working hard to develop and grow my business.

I’ve had so much fun attending the weekly sessions, and I’ve really seen my confidence blossom. Here are a few key highlights:

  • On the first day of the month, I participated in my first ever Livestream (or Ffrwdathon if you’re Welsh), starting a chain of six of the Llwyddo’n Lleol group to go live on our Facebook pages and share a little of our story and answer some questions. It was very daunting to begin with but once I pressed the live button I soon settled in and had fun chatting and answering your questions.
  • In our week focused on Social Media the group recieved a presentation by the owner of local florist Blodau Cara. It was such an inspiration to hear of how she set up her business aged 12 (yes, 12!) and by now runs a thriving florist business based in Llangefni, Anglesey.
  • For our weekly Social Media Challenge in Week 5 I asked you my customers what you’d like to see from Cardiau Mwydro? It was great to see such a varied response and loads of exicting ideas. Have you got an idea of what you’d like to see from Cardiau Mwydro

Change in Operating Hours

I’d like to thank you all for the kind support to my announcement at the end of the month to the change in operating hours from August onwards.

If you didn’t see my post on Facebook or Instagram, I’m starting a new full-time job in August with Age Cymru Gwynedd a Mon as a Liaison and Support Officer. I’ll still be running Cardiau Mwydro, but it will be a strictly evening and weekend side-hussle business for me now. So please continue to place your orders, it’s just that orders may take a day or so more to complete.

I’ll also be continuing to partake in Llwyddo’n Lleol throughout August, so keep your eyes peeled there too. 

Looking ahead to August…

August is lined up to be a month of change, as I start a new job and move house, but don’t worry I’ll still be here creating and engaging with my customers.

Keep an eye out for a Podcast I recorded with Llwyddo’n Lleol being released in early August, and a few other exciting bits too!

Thanks again for all your support,


My Top 5 Tips for Craft Fairs

Since launching my business in March 2019, selling at Craft Fairs has been a big part of Mwydro (formerly Cardiau Mwydro). It gives me a chance to come out from my crafting corner in the living room and engage with potential customers and the crafting community, sharing my handmade cards with a wider audience. 

Balancing my business with a full time job, I enjoy the flexibility of Craft Fairs and how I can choose them to suit my schedule. The social aspect of it is also a great confidence booster in communicating your business and products to potential customers.

I have learnt many lessons along the way, and as still somewhat of a beginner, I accept I am still learning now. However, from my first year of craft fairs here are some of my top tips

1. Check the details before you go!

Having had craft stalls in a pub, on a beach, in school halls and University receptions (just to name a few!); one of my biggest lessons learnt is to always check the details before attending a fair. This spares any complications when you arrive at the venue.

Established Craft Fairs typically have set guidelines about their rules and regulations, and will send them through to you when you make the initial request to attend a fair. However, smaller and ‘one-off’ fairs are less likely to have this in place.

Top things to check with the event organisers:

  • How much does the stall cost?
  • Is there a table and chair provided or do I need to bring my own?
  • Do you require me to have Public Liability Insurance?
  • What times should I set up and pack up?
  • Is there parking at the venue?
  • Are there any rules and regulations I should be aware of?
  • How many other stalls will be there?

2. Add some height to your stall

This is an age-old tip, but there is no better way to draw in customers to your stall than having some height on it. For the first few months of my Craft Fair journey, I dismantled my mother’s bathroom cupboard and used that as a display. You may be competing with stalls opposite and around you for attention and a striking display that potential customers can see from some distance will help.

3. Bring a Packed Lunch

If you’re busy or quiet on your stall, a packed lunch will be to your favour. If you get a slow day, you’ll be glad the packed lunch spares you having to spend any profit on buying your lunch from the shop. If your stall is busy, a packed lunch will stop you having to worry about finding five minutes spare to pop to the shop or finding cover for your stall.

4. Take something with you to keep you busy

The most predictable thing about Craft Fairs is their unpredictability. You can be quiet one minute and then rushing to serve three people at one time in the next. There’s no set formula or sure fire way of having a busy day, so you’ll just have to go with the flow.

‘The flow’ does however bring its steady points, and it’s in those quieter moments I like to ensure I’ve always got something to keep me busy. Running a business selling handmade cards, you can usually find me at my stall doing some calligraphy or drawing cartoon cacti or peas. If I’ve got a table and chair I know I’m able to do something and often customers can react negatively to seeing stallholders sat glued to their phones. 

Having something creative to occupy yourself can also be a great boost for sales. Countless times I’ve had customers strike up conversations with me after seeing me creating some work. 

5. Stay Positive

Always try and enter each fair with an open mind and a positive outlook. It’s good to be ambitious but don’t get too tied down on sale goals. A slow day in sales doesn’t necessarily mean an unsuccesful day. I’ve had days where I’ve barely broken even but a few passers by grabbing a business card will have led to numerous Custom Order sales soon afterward.

Feedback can be just as vital too. I’ve found that customers can provide great ideas for how your business could develop and diversify.

Fairs can be great to build connections with other crafters, build an idea of what interests the people you’re engaging with, and get comfortable communicating your business to the public.

Do you have a top tip to share about Craft Fairs? Post yours in the comments below!

Check out Mwydro’s bespoke cards, sold on Etsy.

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