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Retail Boutique: Thank-You Cards

Your clients will undoubtedly receive many beautiful gifts over the holiday season. Help them show their appreciation by offering these unique and charming thank-you cards.

Each item from Lily & Val is hand-lettered and illustrated by Valerie McKeehan, who infuses her flourishes, flowers, typography, and quaint illustrations with a sense of whimsy and elegance. Each design is hand-drawn on a chalkboard surface, digitally converted, and printed on smooth, matte cover stock.

www.lilyandval.com

 

 Angelina’s Cards & Paper Boutique offers a full selection of cottage, floral, and nostalgic paper creations. The cards are chic and full of retro charm, inspired by the styles of the 1940s and 1950s. All items are made by hand. Glitter can be added by request.

www.angelinascardsandpaperboutique.com

 

Tiny Bee Cards is run by a husband and wife team in Los Angeles. They like making happy, silly, and fun cards and gifts that are sure to bring a smile. They illustrate, print, create, and ship each card by hand.

www.tinybeecards.com

 

Add a touch of whimsy to your retail area with boxed sets of thank-you cards and other paper goods from Whimsicals Paperie. These thank-you card sets are perfect for post-holiday and year-round note writing and arrive beautifully packaged and ready to sell.

www.whimsicalspaperie.com

 

PAPAYA! began with 20 greeting cards based on artist Anahata Katkin’s journals, but now boasts hundreds of offerings. Their products feature original artwork by Katkin and the PAPAYA! design team and use a range of paintings, drawings, and mixed media to achieve their signature aesthetic.

www.papayaart.com

Irene Irene Art cards have been described as “sassy and sweet with a dash of wacky sauce.” They’re unique, funny cards featuring things like a birthday aardvark carrying a load of Spam, “Parks and Rec” quotes, and crazy cat lady love.

www.ireneireneart.com

 

Yeppie Paper offers a wide range of greeting cards featuring artist Jennifer Lee Gregoire’s hand-painted gouache illustrations. The name “Yeppie” comes from a Korean nickname that can be translated into English as “cutie” or “sweetheart.” Yeppie Paper takes pride in creating original, heartfelt sentiments to please all the Yeppies in your life.

www.yeppiepaper.com

Frances Paper strives to make all of its products remarkable, both in quality and message. Each E. Frances card begins as an original hand-painted watercolor illustration and is then printed on luxe, heavyweight paper in brilliant color.

www.efrancespaper.com

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