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CHILDREN’SCARDS&WRAP


Terribly cute


QUIRKY handmade cards are perfect for children and Cockadoodle Design’s Pauline Swindells has some lovely ones. There’s Two And Terribly Cute and Little Monkey, which can all be made as framed items to keep too. All cards are 100 per cent handmade, can be tailored to your needs and are fully lined with coloured 160gsm inserts.


T: 07792 862140 www.cockadoodledesign.co.uk


Animals with attitude


ALPHABET Zoo is a splendid new range of really good cards and quite lovely stationery for adults and children from Luck & Judgement.


These adorable animals with attitude are their key


product range and have an ever-increasing range of A6 greetings cards and postcards designed primarily for children, although adults seem to love Rotund Rhino, Lackadaisical Ladybird, Spiteful Seagall and their pals too!


Each animal is hand-drawn, hand-cut and then fi nished digitally to create an adorable animal complete with alliterative description designed to educate and entertain. They have the look of a handmade card but can be produced in volume, making them commercially viable with a sensible price point. These cards are available individually or in mixed packs of six, hand-wrapped in cellophane, and wrap, notepads and more lovely stationery is coming soon.


T: 07919 228669 www.luckandjudgement.com


Ready, steady


and Glow! REMEMBER glow stars and the excitement of being tucked into bed and gazing up at your ceiling of plastic constellations? Well, Really Good UK have developed this new collection of age-specifi c cards Glow which are highlighted with a glow-in- the-dark fi nish!


Using vibrant colours and bold stand-out numbers, this range is fantastically cool, then turn off the lights and the design is magically transformed into a night-time wonder to be treasured, framed and remembered.


T: 01235 537888 www.reallygood.uk.com


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