Ooh, my favorite!

the birds and the beasts
August 11, 2010, 9:34 pm
Filed under: Gift guide

I’ve never been much of a card gal. I love giving gifts, but tossing a card in the mix never really seemed to add much value, they mostly just seem mass-produced and insincere. I mean let’s be honest here, when’s the last time you got a really nice card that meant something special…one that you actually wanted to keep forever? Don’t get me wrong though, I love a good card with hand-written sentiments sent the old fashioned way, but they are hard to come by nowadays. (This precise exercise is on my list of things to improve upon, by the way.)

I’d really love to be able to make my own, but since that doesn’t usually happen these great cards from the birds and the beasts will do just fine! Quirky, cute, and fun they’re printed with soy based ink on F.S.C certified paper. In other words, they’re as sustainable as a paper card can get. ($3.50 each with envelope)

Robo Unicorn – Happy Birthday

Robo Vampire – Thank You

Whale Party – Happy Birthday

Congratulations squid (die-cut)

(My friend’s BB and Crabby are not included here, they send the best cards!)

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I love these cards. I am going to go try to order some right now. My fave, “Unlike Me, You don’t suck”. I love it! Muah!

Comment by Sheryl

Those are seriously cute. I love greeting cards too (I have a big bag, stockpiled away).

Comment by Indie.tea

I definitely need to stockpile some. I really just wish I could make some. I’ll add that to my list of things to do…at least once or twice. At least then I can say I did it. :)

Hee hee, I love the Dracula one too!

Comment by Natira

ah, i love me cards! i have way too many sitting around all the time. these are cute!

Comment by livinwide

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