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Front copy:
New Baby


Dimensions: 6.63" high x 4.63" wide
Envelope: Gold
Publisher: Bug Art

An embossed, gold-foil carriage denotes the arrival of a new baby.
Bug Art

Jane Crowther is the founder and lead designer at Bug Art, based in Nottingham, England. Introduced in 1991, the company's first line featured a cute little bug character. Other lines, many with value-added finishes such as metallic foil embossing, glitter and spot varnishing, have steadily been added. Winner of numerous design awards, Bug Art has sold millions of its cards all over the world. With a classic yet contemporary look, Bug Art cards have unusual longevity for the greeting card market, with many of the original designs still available.

The actual cards are at least as attractive as the images you see

We try hard to capture each card's image, but some cards are difficult to display accurately on a computer screen. Three-dimensional effects, such as embellishments and paper texture, are especially challenging. Colors may be more attractive in the physical card than they appear on your monitor. Type may be sharper and more readable.

Be assured, however, that we only offer cards that are visually appealing. Of course, if you are dissatisfied for any reason, you can return your purchase for a full refund (including regular shipping).

Our goal: To find great cards that you would otherwise never see

A few large publishers dominate the distribution of greeting cards, while hundreds of boutique publishers struggle to gain access to consumers. Unless you visit our site, you may never get the chance to see the cards of the these small publishers. Yet they are the source of much creativity and innovation in the greeting card industry.

We search for the most creative cards from the best independent publishers—cards that will surprise and delight the recipients. (We, of course, also offer a large collection of appealing mainstream cards.)