- The back of the card is printed pale yellow but left black so you can add your own message.
- Six white envelopes are included in the set
- Digitally printed on 350gm recycled uncoated card
- Card size: A7 – 10.5cm x 74cm – Postcard style
‘Little Notes of Praise’ – Notecard Set
A perfect set of cards to send or hand to anyone doing a first class job.
We all take big steps through life, whether that’s starting school, passing exams, getting your driving licence, getting their first job or dream job or doing really well with their home schooling. Achievements are something to be proud of and celebrated no matter how big. These little notecards do just that.
Included are six notecards with the following sentiments:
‘Jolly good show old bean’
‘Check you out’
‘Double thumbs up’.
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Bread & Jam
Bread & Jam is a small giftware company specialising in personalised products which have a distinct happy tone, founded by husband and wife team, Jamie & Catherine. Everything they create is intended to leave a smile on the recipients face. The idea behind the company was partly to do with a period in their lives which was difficult and somewhat full of sadness. Some of their earlier products were designed to give to one another, to cheer each other up, others were to cheer other family members up. The essence of the business is about injecting happiness into people’s lives, and Jamie & Catherine say, “we’re fortunate enough to be involved in the most intimate and heart warming areas of people’s lives. This includes birthdays, weddings, anniversaries, kids leaving home for the first time, proposals of marriage and many many more joyous moments, we’re very privileged.”