Let your gift recipients pick out what they want.
With 12 different colors, our product palette it can be intimidating to pick the perfect gift. Introducing the Red Oxx Woodcut gift card. You can keep it simple and just choose from a gift card design and the amount. Our cool Woodcut gift card design is styled like an old school woodcut print and matches our popular bullish t-shirt.
These gift cards make fine wedding presents, anniversary gifts, birthday presents, corporate rewards or Christmas gifts for those "hard to shop for" friends, relatives and associates on your list. So, for all you procrastinators, a gift card is the way to go!
Red Oxx gift cards come in five denominations: $25, $50, $100, $250 or $500. Each gift card comes in its own specially designed paper sleeve with room for your name, your recipient's name, and a personal comment.
To have a personal comment included on a gift card shipped directly to your recipient, simply fill out your remark in the comment box during checkout. The boxes will be handwritten by our Customer Service team. Please note: you’re limited to 25 characters in the comment box.
Online orders will receive an order confirmation email, a USPS tracking information email, and a review request follow-up email eight weeks after delivery. During checkout purchasers have the option to opt-out of our other occasional email notifications. Your email address is always secure.
COST OF SHIPPING
Gift cards ship free (standard mail only). Special 2-day USPS Priority Mail available for $5.85 -- simply request in comment box during checkout.
Red Oxx Woodcut Trivia
Woodcuts were a popular way to make a printed image up until the invention of the photographic image. Used in mass production printing, woodcuts were a quick and easy way to create a printed two dimensional print in color or black and white. To start the process, a sheet of wood is shaved flat and sanded smooth. A drawing is rendered on the sheet of wood in pencil. Special woodcutting tools are then used to cut out the negative parts of the image where no ink will rest.
Usually an ink roller is then rolled across the image placing the ink on the raised surface. The artist will then pull a sheet of paper, carefully places it over the image and then presses down flat on the paper. The paper is peeled off and set aside to dry. The image can be re-inked and reprinted a number of times, sometimes with different colors.