Greetings for Spring 2021 from Hotchpotch

Carte Blanche Group has revealed a raft of beautiful new greeting card ranges from its design-led Hotchpotch brand: Rosette, Butterscotch, Parasol and Raspberry.

Pictured above, the vibrant Butterscotch collection features neon rainbows, inky bold brush strokes and good vibes, all printed with the Hotchpotch signature pink ink and finished with gold foil, creating a striking and vibrant look which ticks all the boxes of current trends.

A second new range is Rosette, pictured left, of which Hotchpotch designer, Anna Price says: “We are so excited to launch our latest innovation range – which features a paper rosette style badge on each greeting card! Our original enamel pin cards still remain some of our best-sellers but we wanted to offer something new, but still with as much flair. The paper rosettes are so fun and can be removed from the card and worn on the special day – whether you’re here for the cake or know a born fabulous ‘Sass Queen’.

A third new range, Parasol, presents a winning look with shimmering with gold foil, hand lettering and pops of neon coral ink (obvs!) Available for milestone ages and birthday.

Fourth is Raspberry. Anna says: “To reduce the use of plastics in our designs, we’ve re-worked our best-selling Raspberry range and swapped glitter for sparkling rose gold foil. We’ve also added 17 brand new designs to the collection – including for birthdays, relations and occasions”.

Last but not least, Playground is a fun and colourful juvenile collection which opens to reveal a super cool pop up! “We are really proud that these designs are designed, printed and hand assembled in the UK, with no glue, no plastic, no cello and are recyclable”.

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