The Hallmark studio buzzes with inspiration. The creative environment, talented individuals and fun, relaxed atmosphere mean every day is different.

We’re really lucky to have several gallery areas, an in-house photography studio, a trends & research facility, full creative library, training resources and a very cool chill-out area to take advantage of.

We constantly create, ideate and innovate to produce a vast array of greetings products for some of the biggest retailers in the country.

We bring new ideas to life every day and we love what we do!


Meet the bloggers…



I’m one of the people responsible for the words that appear on our cards. I love reading, going to the theatre and watching comedy. I’m inspired by all of these pastimes but the best source of inspiration is real life! My all-time favourite writer is Roald Dahl and my favourite word is “nincompoop”.




Photographer, vegetarian, nature lover, jumper enthusiast, ‘Walking Dead’ fanatic and collector of trainers.

Inspired greatly by the outdoors; I love countryside walks and taking pictures of animals.

I enjoy minimal styling and clean colour ways.

Leicestershire born, Fashion Design and Marketing graduate of Northumbria University, 2015.




My background is in graphic design and I love working with typography and hand lettering.

When I’m not designing cards you’ll most likely find me at craft fairs, practising needle felting or relaxing with a cup of tea and pinterest!



I’m Rae. I started freelancing for the business over 5 years ago and went on to work in creative development within our iDeation studio.

Outside off work my creativity extends to my cooking and traveling, finding inspiration for my next recipe. I love to give people easy food that can be enjoyed at home but tastes amazing!




Having recently moved over from the Tigerprint studio to the Hallmark studio, i’ve been part of the furniture here for nearly 17 years! Now as part of the Ideation team, I look after most things web, digital and like dabble in a bit of everything else.

I recently tried my hand at dry stone walling with the West Yorkshire which was a fantastic experience, and what a contrast to my day job. Highly recommended to all who remember Tetris.