A pack of six mini thank you cards, each made from 300gsm uncoated card and litho-printed in a lovely, hand-mixed pale pink colour.
Each card is blank inside for your own message and is perfect for accompanying a special thank you gift or works well on its own with a few well chosen words of gratitude! Each card comes with a cream diamond flap envelope.
Designed, produced and finished in England using FSC approved paper and printed with environmentally friendly vegetable oil-based, hand mixed inks. Comes packaged in a cellophane bag.
Each card measures approximately 85mm x 52mm. Tell Me More SUSTAINABLE
Cambridge Imprint stationery is printed onto Forest Stewardship Council accredited board and paper. The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is an international non-profit organisation dedicated to the promotion of responsible forest management, and all the social and environmental good that it brings.
The company also uses environmentally friendly vegetable oil-based inks for printing which means their stationery is completely recyclable and biodegradable.
Designed, produced and finished in England. About the Brand Cambridge Imprint is a design partnership of painter Claerwen James, textile artist Jane Powell and ceramicist Ali Murphy. The brand uses simple, hand-stencilled screen-printing to create original designs, and spot-colour lithography to replicate that studio process in manufacturing the final paper product. The result is a matte paper of unparalleled intensity and clarity of colour.
All Cambridge Imprint stationery is designed, manufactured, finished and packaged in England. The patterned paper is printed on a lithographic press by a long-established printers’ cooperative in Bethnal Green in London. It is printed on a matte uncoated stock using vegetable oil-based inks hand-mixed for each job, a process that closely mirrors the way the prototypes are produced in their workshop.
From Sheffield and Stoke-on-Trent, through Bedfordshire and Suffolk and down into Devon, Cambridge Imprint products are manufactured by various small English businesses with high levels of expertise and craftsmanship. The company works with a range of box-makers and book-binders to make their papers into enduring, resilient, beautiful, useful things.