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Alex Sommers

Alex suspects life is a science experiment gone wrong… From a childhood spent as a tom-boy, she found her inner girl at 17 and since then is rarely seen with ... out a scarf and bright lipstick! Her dreams of becoming an architect were dashed by her physics results, so she went back to the drawing board to find her real forte as a graphics designer. In a market often flooded by flowery, Alex’s card designs have an appealing simplicity with a strong message. Perfect for people who like to hear things straight! [Read more]

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Aquinas Trust Primary Schools

All cards are designed by Bromley school children in years 4, 5 and 6 from Trinity School, St George's School and St Mark's School. These schools are part of ... the Aquinas Trust, whose focus is nurturing the individuality of each child, to enhance performance and achieve excellence. [Read more]

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Art Works

Zodiac is one of a range of cards designed by commercial graphic designer Adam Randall. 'Everyone has at least one birthday every year' is the motto sitting ju ... st under the ART WORKS banner of 'Veni, vidi, visa' (I came, I saw, I bought). [Read more]

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Bee Davies

I am a freelance illustrator and creative living in North London. I've been constantly drawing for as long as I can remember, and after completing my degree at ... Kingston University I found my direction. I am drawn to fashion illustration and find myself mostly inspired by the runway and beautiful photography from editorials such as Cereal, Rolacoaster, Inventory and Suitcase. I'll always grab any printed look books I can for that tactile piece of research. Most of my designs are conjured up at my desk after taking inspiration from every day life and surroundings. I've always been a huge lover of colour and textures; particularly flowers as they are the most natural formation. I love organic shapes and fluid lines; experimenting with inks and seeing the happy accident that forms from them. [Read more]

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Ben Hinks

After a serious football injury put paid to Ben's premier league dreams, he set his sights on a career in design and graphics. Graduating from Loughborough Univ ... ersity with a degree in Graphic Communications, he is keen to explore all aspects of design. Designing cards wasn't a natural fit for Ben, until he was given free rein to dredge the depths of bitter and cynical! His cards have quickly found favour with customers seeking something new. They're irreverent, often unkind but funny because they're true! [Read more]

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Boggy Made This

Flattery is overrated – especially when it comes to greeting cards. With a tongue-in-cheek twist on your typical designs, these ones are for the people who ... know you like them really. The cards first came about in 2013, whilst Boggy (or Lauren Jackson if you’re feeling formal) was living in Melbourne, Australia. With an art degree in one hand and clearly too much spare time in the other, she illustrated and gave out cards to make her friends and family laugh. And now you can give them out too. Isn’t that nice? Artist link: https://www.choosey.com/shopby/boggy_made_this.html [Read more]

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Buglife

Buglife is the only organisation in Europe devoted to the conservation of all invertebrates. We’re actively working to save Britain’s rarest little animals, ... everything from bees to beetles, worms to woodlice and jumping spiders to jellyfish. There are more than 40,000 invertebrate species in the UK, and many of these are under threat as never before. Invertebrates are vitally important to a healthy planet – humans and other life forms could not survive without them. The food we eat, the fish we catch, the birds we see, the flowers we smell and the hum of life we hear, simply would not exist without bugs. Invertebrates underpin life on earth and without them the world’s ecosystems would collapse. [Read more]

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Cardinky

Cardinky is an independent design-led greeting card company, created by Illustrator & Dachshund enthusiast, Dannyboy. Together with his trusty sidekick Bob ( ... a very mischievous miniature Dachshund), Dannyboy designs & produces contemporary greetings for all occasions, with a particular emphasis on humour & hand drawn designs. Based in Cheshire, they have been raising smiles since 2013. [Read more]

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Charlotte Terry

Charlotte has always been passionate about design, so it’s not really surprising that she achieved a First in her Graphic Design degree from the University of ... Chester. Extremely versatile, her designs have taken her from theatre to logos and branding, with a stop en route for greetings cards! Charlotte’s card designs embody her sense of fun and love for life - guaranteed to put a smile on your face! Deceptively simple, they have a timeless appeal and are perfect for all ages. [Read more]

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Choosey

After we were asked to add Choosey's logo to the card designs, we thought we'd have a little fun with it. So here's some variations. And if you're looking ... for something in particular, let us know and we'll try to oblige! [Read more]

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Curtis Allen

I am a self-taught freelance illustrator from Birmingham, England, currently based up in Leeds, taking commissions, and expanding my current ranges of greetings ... cards and illustrated merchandise. I've always drawn, ever since I was old enough to hold a pencil. Slightly alarmingly, when I was very young, I wanted to draw everything from cars to people "broke". I'm told that "draw car broke" was a common thing I declared as I picked up my pencils. I think this is because I had, back then, a fascination for seeing inside things to see how they work. I still do. I think that's what draws me towards steampunk and industrial machinery - the aesthetic of all that exposed machinery working away! Most of my drawings start life as pencil on paper, before being scanned into Photoshop and/or Illustrator to add colour, textures, and manipulated photos. When I'm not drawing, I also work as a stiltwalker and as a care assistant (though not at the same time). When I'm doing none of these things, I can often be found jumping around and to loud rock music while singing along. [Read more]

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Dean Morris

Dean Morris has been making people laugh with his funny cards since 1998 when he decided it was more fun than the job he was in. He never expected to still be ... doing it all these years later but has discovered over time there’s a lot of silly ideas in his head that people seem to find funny. His cards are nice and simple and to the point – lots of wonderful retro images coupled with cheeky phrases. Dean lives in Wolverhampton where he stayed after finishing a degree in Fine Art many years ago and when he’s not coming up with rude slogans he’s normally travelling somewhere – just check out his Instagram feed. [Read more]

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Elisandra Sevenstar

Elisandra, an illustrator and artist located in Berlin, Germany. The purpose of her work is to bring beauty to the world and raise a smile.

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Frankie Whistle

Frankie Whistle designs cards that make people laugh. Based in a small kennel in London, and surviving on a diet of water and biscuits, Frankie’s designe ... rs are all very funny people with funny lives and funny haircuts. Frankie Whistle was established in 2012 and has already been nominated for two Henries - the greeting card equivalent of the Oscars, only much more important. [Read more]

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Greg Cuddiford

Greg started his career in photography as an Assistant, working for some of the country's leading photographers for several years prior to opening his own studi ... o in London. His work was varied - starting out as a fashion photographer and also photographing actors, pop groups and sports personalities, then specialising in still-life advertising photography. After having a successful studio for over 10 years, he felt that the time was right to make a move back to the country and combine his love of animals with photography. For the past 15 years he has specialised in this area of work with his images being published world-wide on calendars, greetings cards, magazines and books. [Read more]

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Hattie Koops

Hattie Koops began on a train journey from Bath to Bristol, with one simple sketch and the desire to create heart felt cards that are relevant, resonate with pe ... ople and allow people to express themselves through our designs. Hattie Koops is the design baby of Katie Maritz, a Devon born designer now living in London. Katie's hand drawn cards are unique, bold in design, heart-felt and full of attitude and are drawn simply to make people smile! Katie's designs aim to resonate with the giver and receiver. “I wanted to create cards that people would like to give their friends and that they would like to draw themselves but cant!” [Read more]

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How Funny

Designs from the funnier side of life in an all to serious world... Silly, naughty and sometimes rude!

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Jellynbean

JellynBean was set up in 2012 by it’s creative director James Greenwood. This was James' first solo venture in designing greeting cards and producing gifts. ... Previously, one of the founders of Pigment Productions James has a wealth of experience in designing and creating humour cards and particularly photo humour. His slightly 'left of normal' sense of humour matched with great imagery and good everyday themes makes his cards incredibly popular. James said: ‘When I left the world of greeting cards in early 2012, I did not intend to re-enter the industry. It didn’t take me long to realise that the industry has it’s own gravitational pull and I very quickly found my self back in it…. alternatively I came back as I soon realised I don’t know anything else!’ What ever the reason that James has ended up staying in the world of cards, his designs and new solo adventure, JellynBean, are going from strength to strength and gaining their own fan club of retailers who stock these cards. [Read more]

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Jolly Jester Press

Sonia Holleyman lives in the beautiful Suffolk countryside, with assorted family, dogs and chickens. She has found that life has meandered it’s way full circ ... le. She began her career in the illustrative world by designing greeting cards for two major publishing houses while studying (loosely speaking) for her degree in communication & design media at Manchester. Sonia then dabbled as part-time highway woman before progressing cheerfully onto children’s books publishing, creating the popular character ‘Mona The Vampire’. She is now back designing greeting cards and would like the world to know, she is loving every minute! [Read more]

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Laura Blagoev

Digital Musketeer turned card artist, Laura enjoys acting as a paparazzo to unsuspecting animals, birds & landscapes, and forcing her own lines upon her victims ... . [Read more]

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Lily & Val

Chalkboard artist and typographer Valerie McKeehan has been hand-lettering and illustrating since childhood. A lifelong creative, her passion for commercial art ... began simply and without pretense: producing hand-lettered signs for her father’s business. Her love of building brand personalities and helping businesses tell their story creatively through strong visuals led to a career in advertising, working with lifestyle and food brands. Drawn to the simplicity of chalk and the nostalgia that it inspires, she opened her chalkboard boutique, Lily and Val, on Etsy in 2012. Whimsical and undeniably handcrafted, her designs are honest and authentic, at home with their imperfections and unique character. Working out of her home studio in Central Pennsylvania at a desk constructed by her husband, she lovingly creates each piece entirely by hand, from sketch to slate, illustrating quotations by great authors and public figures, or simply depicting everyday subjects that inspire her work like coffee and cooking. Valerie has worked with nationally-recognized brands and her work has also been featured in many publications and blogs including: The Knot Magazine, HGTV.com, Huffington Post, Flea Market Style Magazine, Smart Magazine, Martha Stewart Weddings.com, Good Housekeeping Magazine and Style Me Pretty. [Read more]

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Lisa Jane

Lisa Jane is the eye behind Paws for Thoughts. She grew up in South Texas and started taking pictures while at high school. She has worked as a professional ... photographer ever since graduating from Sam Houston State University in Huntsville with a Bachelor of Arts degree in photography and a minor in art. The university has since given her an Honorary Professor of Photography degree as well. When she graduated her father offered the choice between a Hasselblad camera or a safari to Africa as a graduation present. She took the camera and never looked back. [Read more]

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Lovely Cuppa

We're Lovely Cuppa. We don't make tea, but we do make freshly brewed stationery such as colourful cards, bright digital prints, stickers and notebooks. Founded ... in 2009 by graphic designer Amber Ward to bring fun and quirky greetings to the world. [Read more]

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Lucy Maggie

Lucy Maggie, illustrator and cat enthusiast.

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Mark Twine

If you're after a bit of pizzazz, Mark's cards will hit the mark. Simple and stylish but he always manages to add just that touch of glam. He loves to experime ... nt with different graphic styles, focusing on bold and colourful pieces that would catch a magpie’s attention! Mark is a London-based graphic designer whose big loves in life include pop art and the works of Andy Warhol, and typography. When he's not in work mode it's cats, pizza, trashy TV and cupcakes. Lots of cupcakes. [Read more]

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Memelou

Memelou is created by designer Michelle Gemmel. Michelle has a background as a fashion and homeware designer and in 2010 decided to become freelance so that she ... could create her own brand of design led greeting cards alongside this and in 2012 Memelou was born! Memelou ia a cute, pretty and edgy brand but most importantly we want to invite you into our happy rainbow world and smile with us :-) [Read more]

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Mik Brown

I have inhabited this lovely planet of ours for nigh on 150 years and drawn professionally for 148 of those!! OK maybe a tad less....but over the years I have c ... reated many well known advertising campaigns, children’s books, greetings cards, political cartoons, run workshops etc., etc. I originate both serious and humorous illustrations, using a wide range of styles and techniques. I guess I enjoy creating my humorous art rather more, because I love making peeps laugh. Oh! and go ‘Awwww!’ Enjoy. [Read more]

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Mrs Best

Whether you're looking for a Valentine's Day, Birthday, Anniversary, Wedding, Mother's Day, Father's Day, or Christmas cards, you can always find something pret ... ty awesome here at Mrs Best. [Read more]

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Native 21

Native 21 is a British handmade store offering personalised greetings cards, beautiful prints and unique stationary. Every single item you see for sale is im ... agined, designed and printed right here at the home HQ in Warrington, Cheshire! [Read more]

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Neon Magpie

Megan and Chris, and are the brains and beauty behind Neon Magpie’s unique collections of hand illustrated cards. They started the whimsical company in Januar ... y of 2015, inspired by the concept for the ‘A to Z of Unicorns’ book. All of the products in the Neon Magpie range have been designed and hand illustrated by Megan and Chris, then digitally coloured with care and love. Whether you are buying a little treat for yourself or a special gift for a loved one, we know that enchanted unicorns and dinosaurs will put a smile on anyone’s face. [Read more]

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Nick Hannaford Hill

Nick Hannaford Hill is the cartoonist behind the well known cartoon ranges: Imagine That! Cat and Dog Moovie Nights Nick is a happily married c ... artoonist living near Bristol. He studied design at Suffolk college in Ipswich, but can't remember an awful lot about it, except somehow he managed to survive 2 years by just eating cheese and tomato toasties. His inspirations include Bill Watterson, Gary Larson, and Peter Withe for scoring the winning goal in the 1982 European cup final! Hobbies - Making pies Interest - Eating pies he's made Dislikes - Dog poop, and Morris Dancers Likes - Pies Fears - Clowns and Sharks Personal info - a tendency to dance like Mick Jagger when drunk [Read more]

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Nyoko Lotika

Nyoko Lotika are a London based duo who combine contemporary African inspired art and poetry to produce their cards. Two friends who for years individually exce ... lled in their field of poetry and art realised they can bring both of their worlds together by working as a team, came up with Nyoko Lotika in 2016. They want their work to represent their roots but at the same time to also show their personalities and friendship, thus their cards range from fun and quirky to deep and meaningful. As they are both passionate in their fields, they want to remind people that ‘when you buy a Nyoko Lotika card, you are not buying just a card, you are buying the emotion behind it’. They hope to use their love of poetry and art to also create many other types of gifts and household items. [Read more]

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Oops-a-doodle

Oops-a-doodle was born in 2014 from a love of doodling and drawing since childhood. After doing many, many freebies for friends and family on the side of being ... a teacher, caution was thrown to the wind and Oops-a-doodle became a full time business! Look no further for lovely hand-designed cards for every occasion with new designs always being added. [Read more]

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Owl My Love

Owl My Love was born in August 2016, but had been a spark-owl in designer Jill Hunter’s eye long before. These ‘punny’ greeting cards are inspired by Jill ... ’s love of owls and capture pop culture ‘owlsomely’ with the ‘rock’n’rowlers’ and sentiments through her everyday owls. All Originowly designed here in the UK. [Read more]

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Pack a Punch Designs

Pack a Punch was founded in late 2016 by Sophie Munro. After trying her hand at many things she accidentally started designing rude greetings cards and the rest ... as they say, is history. Growing up with four brothers in a manic household has given Sophie a crude and dry sense of humour which she loves to put into her cards. Since becoming a Mum (also accidentally) in 2012, her life has been one big crazy adventure but she wouldn't have it any other way. [Read more]

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Redrakoon

At Redrakoon our love for laughter drives who we are and what we do. Every day. Well... not every day, on Sundays we have hoovering to do. You don't have ... to be mad to work at Redrakoon, but it certainly helps. Redrakoon works from their HQ just outside of Newcastle upon Tyne, where our bunch of talented designers works hard to instill as much humour into each and every design. Our cards say more about us than we can and the best way to learn about us is to have a look around our website. We design and print all of our cards in the good ol' UK. [Read more]

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Rocket68

Rocket68 produces beautifully illustrated cards with a nostalgic retro lilt, but with the freshness of contemporary design. All our products are designed by Il ... lustrator Jill White in her studio in Somerset. [Read more]

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Rose Hill

Rose Hill Designs creates stationery that has a distinct Pop Art style. We design and retail cards (Christmas, Birthday and Art), notebooks, artworks and under ... take bespoke commissions. We’re currently collaborating on a range called 'Make your pet famous' whereby a client supplies photos of their pet (or human portraits) and Rose illustrates them in her Pop Art style - customers include Sadie Frost, Robert Webb and Charles Saatchi. Rose has also collaborated with ZSL London and Whipsnade Zoo, World Wide Fund (WWF) and the British Museum. [Read more]

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Rosie Lox

Rosie Lox by Leona is a boutique greeting card and illustrative design company, created by designer Leona Curtis. Since graduating from a Surface Pattern Design ... course at the University of Wales Trinity Saint David, Leona persued her love for illustration and design, by working as a Design Room Assistant within the fashion industry. Here she built crucial industry experience and expanded her illustrations into the world of greeting cards! Now working from her Wiltshire based studio, Leona illustrates cards built on her love to reinvent everyday normalities with an on-trend and charming sense of fun. Her cards always aim to have a distinct contemporary, eye catching and sentimental style - which are sure to raise a cheeky smile! [Read more]

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Rumble Cards

Rumble Cards is an East London based greetings cards company that creates quirky designs which focus primarily on modern trends and celebrity culture. We are ... unique because we’re fast moving. We work hard to keep our audience engaged by reacting to popular media trends with our eye-catching designs that keep people talking (and hopefully laughing a bit too!). We never compromise on the quality of our designs, which allows us to turn a splash trend in to a staple seller. [Read more]

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Sharon Turner

UK based designer, Sharon Turner has an eclectic background of biomedical science and interior design. She loves to draw and make patterns. Obsessed with col ... our, her art is inspired by her love of nature, animals and architecture. In short: night owl, coffee drinker, shoe addict and colour obsessive! [Read more]

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Sillywet Studios

Sillywet Studios is half fun and cute mixed with half silly and weird. The designs are created out of curiosity and observations in things big and small that ma ... ke us giggle. [Read more]

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Stoats & Weasels

I’m a graphic designer and illustrator living by the seaside in sunny Brighton. I graduated from Kingston University many years ago and since then I’ve been ... creating bright, colourful, quirky, fun designs. My favourite quote, and motto for life is: "We do not stop playing because we grow old, we grow old because we stop playing” – Benjamin Franklin. I really enjoy the creative freedom that making my own work brings and being able to express myself though it. I love it when my work makes people smile, I think that’s what I like best. [Read more]

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Susan Claire

Susan Claire honed her skills working as a successful shoe and accessories designer. Her love of nature and the ocean took her to the West Country where she foc ... uses her passion into graphic design under the brand ‘Yea Susan Claire’. Susan’s love for the ethereal is evident in her work and she combines this effortlessly with her commercial experience to create graphics inspired by nature. [Read more]

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The Taste Buds

'The Taste Buds...just food and their friends'.

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Toasted Crumpet

Jo of Toasted Crumpet captures the glory of British nature in superb style through a dynamic eye-catching range of beautifully designed stationery featuring her ... contemporary watercolours. Jo's love of the British countryside stems from her rural upbringing on her parents' farm. Having worked as a Chartered Accountant in the city, her creations are now mainly inspired by the time spent with her young boys exploring the parklands and woodlands around Surrey. Jo joins us with her stylish "A Walk in the Park" collection, inspired by long walks through the stunning Royal parks and country estates dotted in and around London. [Read more]

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Valentina Ramos

Wander into the sunny studio of Valentina Harper at nearly any hour of any day, and you’ll find this Venezuelan artist hard at work with her paints and Rapido ... graph pens, creating to her heart’s content. She enjoys working with different materials, but black ink is one of the mediums you will always find in her original prints, paintings and drawings. After 15 years working as a graphic designer, Valentina decided to branch out into other forms of art. It didn’t take long for her signature style to emerge: bright, colorful images filled with fascinating details. And so Valentina Design was born. This is the positive and affirming world where her uplifting drawings and designs take shape every day. Valentina says: “My work is primarily driven by the idea of the creation of a unified whole through the use of minute details. The use of pop colors, lines and circles that swirl and undulate result in playful artwork made with passion. I use ink and other mediums to create flowing, intricate and highly detailed patterns, sometimes utilizing words for positive inspiration. “Self healing and positive energy are the motivating concepts which ignite my passion to create. Through my work I hope to inspire and help others follow their dreams. I try to bring a fantastical, dreamlike appearance to my artwork, which includes digital drawings, mixed media and pen & ink illustrations." [Read more]

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