We caught up with Luna, the winner of the ‘On the Cards’ competition to ask her where she gets the inspiration for the ‘weird little children’ she designs. Her Herby Friends cards that are stocked in our flagship stores and online include seeds so that you can grow your own, at home! … INTERVIEW WITH ‘ON THE CARDS’ WINNER LUNA PASZKIEWICZ
We all know getting a message on social media saying HBD just isn’t the same as receiving a witty card. For Mark at Brainbox Candy, the ruder the better. The Power of The Card is that you can bring a little giggle to anyone at any time of day. Sending a gif of a grumpy bunny is cute and all, but sometimes you’ve got to think outside the hutch.
Q: Is there anything better than getting home from a long day to see a stamped card with your name on it lying on your mat?
A: There being an animal on it 🐶
Katie’s cards sum up the ‘Birthday grumpy but funny’ category perfectly – made for anyone who likes to grumble about not celebrating another year of their existence.
We asked Katie Abey about the Power of the Card in her experience and how receiving a personal message from someone you love can really turn a bad day on its head and make you feel all twinkly.
The art of gift and card giving is founded on the basis of celebration. Everyone should feel represented on each occasion they choose to celebrate, but unfortunately, at times that isn’t the case. Kitsch Noir founder, Cherelle Brown, tells us about the shortage of cards in the industry that represent people of colour, and how she initiated change by building a brand that caters to everyone.
Sometimes there’s an occasion to be made where you least expected it.
If you didn’t know you needed a sarcastic Merry Brexit card, now you do. We want to inspire you to send a personal note to someone to remind them you’re thinking of them, even at the most unexpected times.
To celebrate the ‘Power of the Card’ we asked Dean Morris about his inspirations and why he wants to send a card to the queen…