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Lucilla Lavender Penguin Biscuit Kevin Greetings Card

Lucilla Lavender Penguin Biscuit Kevin Greetings Card

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£2.49
Product code: TEX200

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Quick Overview:

The hilarious design, from Lucilla Lavcender, features a illustrated penguin discovering they named a biscuit after him. The cartoon image is presented on a bright green background. The inside is left blank for your own message.

Front Reads: You know they named a biscuit after you? What, Kevin?

The card measures 134 x 181 mm and is supplied with an envelope

Free Postage

 

Details

The card comes from Lucilla Lavender's Birdiculous range, a gentle humour range. With a cartoon style, the line illustrations are timeless and feature fun bird humour with an eye catching neon background.

Additional Information

ISBN No
EAN-Barcode 5051937240095
Message inside Blank
Message outside You know they named a biscuit after you? What, Kevin?
SKU BBR009
Postage Category No
Product Code TEX200
Brand Birdiculous
Qty in pack 1
For Anyone
Type Greeting Cards

About Lucilla Lavender

Lucilla Lavender Ltd publish contemporary greetings cards, stationery and gift wrap, selling to gift shops, bookshops, garden centres and department stores across the UK and abroad. Based in South West London, the founding partners combined their complementary skills to launch the company in 2008 and it has been growing steadily ever since.

Anneke Driscoll has many years’ production experience working for a major card publisher, and Lucilla Lavender is an award-winning brand design director. We wanted to find a distinctive style for our product, and, amongst a flood of graphic, computer-generated cards, Lucilla’s expressive illustrations have achieved that goal. The designs may look simple, but attention to detail is paramount, from creating gorgeous colour combinations and crafting the typography, through to choosing envelopes.

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