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spotlight A selection of this month’s latest releases


● THE new Mad About…. range from Red Berry Hill features a variety of men’s hobbies including cooking, sports gardening and birdwatching. It’s given a quirky illustration treatment merging collage with bright and bold graphic style. Comprising of 12 designs all with birthday captions, 150x150mm, printed on a lightly- textured board and cello wrapped with a brown kraft envelope.


T: 07815 811158 www.redberryhill.co.uk


● EARLYBIRD have produced an exciting new range of occasions cards that feature work by illustrator Mique Moriuchi. With occasions such as New Home, Baby and Anniversary, the 170x120mm range certainly complements the other talented artists who now feature in the Earlybird catalogue – print and pattern illustrator Nadia Taylor, children’s book illustrator Daisy Hirst, monsters and cavemen design Galia Durrant and owner Dominic Early whose range is a mix of collage, stencil and typography.


T: 020 7923 3504 www.earlybirddesigns.co.uk


● FOLLOWING the phenomenal success of its 3D greeting cards, Carte Blanche Group are delighted to unveil a new 3D gifting range which adds a new dimension to impulse buying with a collection of attention-grabbing items at competitive price points. Following on from the huge success of 3D cards,


Tatty Teddy is brought to life across a wider range of products which are perfect for gift, greetings and non- specialist retailers.


This highly appealing capsule collection features one of the best-selling greetings card designs translated into seven gorgeous new impulse products, including large and small Me To You notebooks, a cute photo album, coasters, bookmarks, keyrings and love message cards. Harnessing the very latest innovations in 3D printing and unique to Carte Blanche in the UK, the Me To You 3D impulse gift range is sure to be a hit with consumers. All seven products are presented together in a compact and attractive pre-fi lled CDU and launch in store Q4 2013.


T: 01243 792600 www.carteblanchegreetings.co.uk NEW MEMBERS


THE latest companies to join the Greeting Card Association include: NEW FANTASY ART


INK AND OCEAN CARDS PO Box 61244, London, N17 1AZ Fehmida Shah


mail@inkandocean.com www.inkandocean.com 0845 1639441 07984 582882


DAVE BRADBURY 219 Abbey Rd, Shepley, HD8 8AB David Bradbury davbradb@aol.com Www.bydavebradbury.co.uk 01484 603254 07746 563842


36 Ebrington St, Kingsbridge TQ7 1DE David Clifford


info@newfantasyart.com newfantasyart.com 01548 852886


STABLE COTTAGE DESIGN 42 Ironmills Rd, Dalkeith, EH22 1JP Fiona Young


info@stablecottagedesign.co.uk www.stablecottagedesign.co.uk 0131 454 0571


THEYSAY CARDS 579 Scotthall Rd, Leeds, LS7 2NF Suzanne Hamlin


suziehamlin@simplyput.org.uk 07989 405366


SNIFFSKI LTD 6 Rembury Place, Warrington, WA4 4JT David and Louise Williamson info@sniffski.com www.sniffski.com 01928 751420 07896 928045


HARTUNG


Counting House, High St, Tring HP23 5TE Alan Munt


a.munt@hartung.net


www.hartung.neta 07711 941204


VICTORIA BURNETT DESIGNS Old Bakehouse, High St, Urchfont, SN10 4QL Claire Charlesworth enquiries@victoriaburnettdesigns.co.uk www.victoriaburnettdesigns.co.uk 01380 848463


SAB SAB WORLD London


Saba Lasheiei


saba.lasheiei@gmail.com www.sabsabworld.com 07928 491614


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● ANANYA’S striking greeting cards cater to numerous celebrations and religious holidays. From Valentine’s Day to New Arrivals, these beautiful cards are sure to brighten up anyone’s special day. Ananya also strives to represent


both Western and Eastern cultures through their diverse range of religious holiday cards including Diwali, Eid, Chinese New Year and Hanukkah, to name just a few.


T: 020 7242 1877 www.ananyacards.com


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