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Individual cards: 28 DKK (online)
(single A6 cards, including envelope)
“Happy Birthday – Lynx“
It’s incredibly hard to spot a lynx in the wild. This is why the animal is sometimes called “Phantom of the Forest”.
Why not celebrate someone’s birthday with this unique design?
“Happy Birthday – Puffin”
Fun fact about puffins: the birds are sometimes called “clowns of the ocean” or “sea parrots”. With their colourful facial markings and beak they do kind of look like little clowns!
You can send this funny puffin to celebrate the birthday of your friend, cousin or colleague.
“Take care – Butterfly”
This beautiful butterfly is called “Large blue”. If you wish to deliver some support in the mailbox of someone you care about, this would be the ideal card to send.
“Congratulations – Fox“
This fox is so happy of what it has achieved…
That makes this card perfect for sending your congratulations and let people know you’re happy for them!
“Hello little one! – Hedgehog”
When I was younger, we found a baby hedgehog in our garden, with no mother in sight. As the little one felt threatened by us, it curled up into a ball. We decided to wrap it in a blanket and we took it to a hedgehog shelter. The shelter took care of the baby until it was ready to live on its own.
“Hello Baby! – Rabbit ”
When I go for a bike ride through Malmö it sometimes feels like wild rabbit paradise: these jumpy animals are everywhere! It is such a lovely scene, especially when the baby rabbits start to show up (mostly during the early winter months).
“Fika? – Squirrel”
At times I wonder if I’m taking the Swedish fika tradition a little too much to heart. But it is so nice to catch up with someone over a good cup of coffee and a treat! With whom do you want to go on a (digital) coffee date soon?
Note: this card is available in a “Fika?” and “Coffee date?” version
“I love to be with you – Owls ”
Despite their serious appearance, these tawny owls really love to be together. And sometimes you just want to let that one person know you love him or her to be around.
That’s exactly what this card is made for!
“Hej! – Dog”
This is Ala, a Norwegian sled dog. You can send her happy, playful face on a card to basically anyone for whatever reason. Or just because you feel like saying “Hi”.
Note: this card is available in a “Hej!” and “Hi there!” version
“Long distance hug – Owls ”
In these crazy times, when you cannot meet up with other people as much as you like to, a long distance hug can be a good alternative. It’s definitely not the same, but at least it is a nice try.
Just grab your pen and send a paper hug to that friend who is having a hard time or that great colleague that you haven’t seen in a while.
Note: this card is available in a “Long distance hug” and “Kram på distans” version
Previous: Christmas collection 2021
Julkort | Julekort | Kerstkaart | Christmas card
Cats and Christmas balls are a dangerous combination, and this Norwegian Forest Cat is definitely up to no good…
Either way, this is the purr-fect Christmas card to send to all catlovers among your friends and family.
Did you know that otters have the thickest fur of all animals? That is why this Christmas otter does not feel chilly in the Nordic winter weather.
A warm and otterly joyful Christmas to everyone!
This kingfisher is clearly in a holiday mood. Who needs food if you can also fish Christmas gifts?
This young roe deer has dressed up for some wondeerful holidays!
Deer are so common in the Nordics that we might forget how beautiful they are..
This Icelandic goat clearly couldn’t wait until Christmas eve.
When I asked a friend, “what would be you favourite animal in the Nordics?” She replied with “a goat”. At first I figured it was quite a remarkable choice, but goats are actually pretty funny animals! That’s why I decided to create this design.
Moose are such majestic animals. Did you know that their shoulder height can reach well over 2 metres / 6,5 feet? No wonder that this animal is also called “King of the Northern Forest”.
This fox is ready to jump into Christmas!
When I just arrived in Sweden, I lived just outside the city of Malmö and I heard the weirdest noise at night. At first I didn’t know what it was, until I discovered that it was a little fox, visiting our garden. Maybe he or she was trying to impress my cat?
Don’t worry, I do know that penguins are rarely seen in the Nordic countries. But they are so fluffy, fit the Christmas theme very well, and are the favourite animals of a very good friend.
Reason enough to include this design in the Christmas collection!