Australian Animal Greeting Cards

Our Australian animal greeting cards are a celebration of our native animals. Currently we have two designs: the platypus and the Bilby. These Australian animal greeting card designs can help welcome the arrival of any newborn baby, say thank you or even happy birthday. These greeting cards are printed on a range of different types of card stock. We also have a range of handmade soft toy Platypus and Bilbies.

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Hand Printed native Australian Animal Greeting Cards

Our Australian animal greeting cards have been individually printed by hand. The technique that we have used is called Lino Block Printing. This technique of hand making cards ensures that every card has its own unique application of ink. They are not like commercially printed cards, where every card is identical. We apply the ink by hand. Therefore, each card has a slightly different pattern of ink, which you can see on the cards. You can see and feel the ink on the papers’ surface and this makes them feel luxurious and special. You might even feel like the greeting card was printed especially for you!

Australian made (or milled) cards

Whenever possible we select Australian milled paper products. We do this to support our own Australian economy and businesses before supporting those offshore. We have done a lot of research to find and use greeting card products that are either fully recycled or have a large percentage of their paper content that is recycled. Our greeting cards come in a range of paper colors or types and different printed colors. The ink that we use in our Lino printing process is proudly Australian made. Furthermore, the ink is also non-toxic, so you can pop your cards into the compost when you are finished admiring them.

Other Baby greeting cards:

Are you looking for a unique baby gift? Then look no further than our range of limited edition and hand made soft toys.

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If you are intrigued by the hand making process that is lino printing, you can see some more behind the scenes photos on our My Artisan Studio Facebook page.