Thelwell's Sporting Prints Greeting Card Multipack
12 assorted Horse Racing, Shooting, Fishing and Hunting themed cartoon greeting cards by Thelwell. All cards are blank on the inside and can be used for many different occasions, including Birthday's, Get Well, Congratulations, Weddings, Fathers Day, Mothers Day and general correspondence. Cards are A5 landscape sized and printed on carbon captured sustainable card stock in the UK. Envelopes supplied with these cards are brown fleck recycled paper and are biodegradable.
This handy sized pack will ensure you are never without a greeting card!
Norman Thelwell is regarded as the unofficial artist of the British countryside and is possibly the most popular cartoonist in Britain. He commented on many aspects of human behaviour, but he is perhaps most synonymous with little girls and their little fat ponies. They have helped to ensure his continuing popularity and his immortality.
Thelwell’s range as a cartoonist has gone far beyond ponies - fishing, gardening, house-hunting, motoring, sailing, dogs, cats, farming, stately homes, children and country pursuits have all been given his unique and iconic treatment.
A great pack of cards to have in your top drawer for all occasions including Birthday Cards, Wedding Cards, Sympathy Cards, Father's Day Cards, Mother's Day Cards, Thank you Cards, Congratulations Cards, Valentines Cards, general correspondence and letter writing. Buy this pack and save on multiple visits to the shop, whether it be online or on the road!!
We are doing our bit to help the environment. All of our cards are printed locally on carbon captured sustainable card stock and carry the Woodland Carbon logo. Envelopes are made from recycled paper sources and we are endeavouring to replace all cellophane wraps with biodegradable packaging by 2022. All newly printed cards are being packed in Nativa wraps which are fully biodegradeable. As a business we alway try to upicycle and recycle cardboard packaging, That can not be upcycled is shredded for animal bedding and then enters a composting system.