26 July 2017

Spineless Classics launches range of stunning Beatrix Potter greetings cards

Spineless Classics, the contemporary art company that turns literary classics into wall art, has launched a range of Beatrix Potter cards, featuring everyone’s favourite characters – Peter Rabbit, Squirrel Nutkin, Jeremy Fisher, Mrs Tittlemouse, Mrs Tiggy-Winkle and The Flopsy Bunnies.

Each card contains the complete text of one of Beatrix Potter’s famous tales, typeset with care around one of her delightful original water colours. The tale is in 4pt text so is fully legible.

Carl Pappenheim, Founder of Spineless Classics, commented: “Our Peter Rabbit prints have been popular with fans of the original stories both young and old, but we thought the individual characters deserved to shine on their own.  We’ve put six of the most popular, along with the complete text of their respective tales, on a selection of greeting cards. The cards are printed to the same high specification we use on our large pieces and are perfect for a range of occasions including birthdays, christenings, new baby, thank you, get well soon and Christmas cards.

Beatrix Potter’s tales resonate with many generations – so no matter the age these will make a unique and special card. Children and adults alike will enjoy receiving them – adults can reminisce whilst reading their favourite tale and children will enjoy reading the enchanting tales, potentially for the first time!”

The cards come in packs of 12 – two of each character and cost £14.99.  The cards are blank inside and paired with a bright coloured envelope, available from www.spinelessclassics.com and independent retailers.

For more information or to view the full range visit: www.spinelessclassics.com

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