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SEND PRODUCTS DIRECT

The biggest inspiration behind starting this business was to spread my love of gift giving to other people - as such, I am always pleased when customers request to send cards and gifts direct to their friends and family. During Covid 19 Lockdown, I have been pleased to be able to do this more, and for Christmas I'm prepared to be your one stop card and gift shop! 

Sending Cards Direct
To send a card direct to your friend or family member, simply find the card you like and before you add it to your basket, add the gift message in the box on the product. For greetings cards, a small message of approx 25 words can be added free of charge - I'm happy to help spread cheer!

On postcards, the system is the same, however there will be a surcharge of £1 to cover the time spend writing your postcard. The reason for this is simple - individual postcards are just £1, so this surcharge helps pay for my time to write them for you.

The important thing to remember when sending cards direct is that it must just be one card or postcard per order, ensuring that you put the name and the address of the recipient in the shipping details at the checkout. The reason for this is to ensure you're paying the correct amount of postage and making it easy to go to the correct address. 

Sending Gifts Direct
Please ensure the Shipping address at the checkout is the one you would like your gift to be sent, with the correct name of the recipient on there too. If you're adding a card to the gift, please follow the above process for adding a message to the card. You can leave a note mentioning that it's a gift at the checkout - however please note that for UK orders I just include a packing sheet as standard and not a receipt with prices on, so you don't need to worry about that - you'll get that on email when you place your order anyway.

I don't provide gift wrapping as such, however all products are packed beautifully as standard. Many products are now available with gift box options.

Need Something Sent in Advance?
At the moment, I heavily recommend ordering much earlier than something is needed, as there are still delays in the post. If you're ordering a birthday card, say for a birthday on the 12th and today is the 2nd, pop a little note on your order and I can add a note to the back of the envelope saying 'Please open on the 12th'

Please kindly note, I can't guarantee a delivery on a specific date.

Need something else? Please email before ordering - the notes on the orders aren't always read straight away so it's always best to enquire and get a response before ordering.