Greetings cards - The Right Lines
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fish fingers for tea

I launched my range of greetings cards in 2012 alongside raising my babies. As a mum to three young children and a small business owner, it’s easy to feel pulled in quite opposite directions.

When I worry that I should be making organic cottage pie for my kids, it helps to hear the story behind one of my card’s journeys, to remind me what a powerful tool writing can be and why I love it.  I’ve had feedback that my cards have helped a father express his love for his son; a forces husband to feel closer to home and lifted the spirits of a young mum during chemotherapy. 

So actually, I think sometimes fish fingers for tea will do just fine.