Greeting Cards for Thoughts That Count
We are always looking for new range ideas as well as images to update our current ranges and it is a pleasure to receive work to consider from emerging and established artists, designers and photographers.
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Introducing Emma Bridgewater
We are delighted to be working with Emma Bridgewater, the well-loved and quintessentially British pottery maker, to bring you a range of beautifully embossed cards.
Discover more here.
Watch our new Company Film
To mark our 65th year in business, we’ve created a film based on our core values, which invites you to take a look behind the scenes at Woodmansterne.
Watch it and discover how we create greeting cards for thoughts that count!
Watch it here.
What makes us different
Our award-winning selection perfectly captures British culture, values, diversity and taste.
We work with the very best of British talent, including Quentin Blake, Emma Bridgewater, Spike Milligan, Punch and The Daily Telegraph’s Matt and established institutions such as The National Trust, RSPB, and Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.
Mother’s Day Sunday 31st March
Show her you care with the perfect card this Mother’s Day.
From traditional to contemporary we have a range to suit all tastes, so don’t forget to send a card!
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When it really matters, send a card
Forget email, Facebook, Twitter and texts, when all’s said and done, it’s greeting cards we choose to show how much we care.
Make a real and lasting impression: send a card!
Why choose a Woodmansterne card?
Originally specialising in fine art, today we publish cards for all seasons and for every occasion, regularly winning industry design awards across more categories than any other publisher.
We are dedicated to assisting personal communication through the sharing of beautiful images – well designed, authentically sourced and meticulously reproduced.
Art Conversation 2019
New grants now available!
We delighted to invite all museums, galleries and country houses (in the UK and open to the public) to apply for grants to conserve pre-twentieth-century easel paintings in oils.
Find out more here.