Skye’s the Limit expands card range
Popular greeting card and stationery wholesaler Skye’s the Limit has unveiled several new collections after drawing on a wide range of influences.
Gone Postal is made up of six large and six small cards and was created from old letters, papers and postal ephemera.
Threadbare is perfect as a range of gift cards for kids. “These were a delight to play around with,” says owner Skye Rogers. “They are sweet, textured and tactile with the embroidered elements adding a sense of dimension.”
Skye’s the Limit has also produced an Easter card range for the first time, which retailers are already snapping up.
”We’ve never done an Easter range before and I’m not really sure why. I just loved designing these… what could be more fun than planning where the vintage bunnies will go on a card?”
Other new ranges include Mademoiselle – inspired by a trip to Paris – new age number cards and sympathy cards.
“I was so inspired by the French ladies on vintage postcards I found in gorgeous antique shops that I went on to design a whole range around them. They are, I think, my favourite range this season. I really like how all the elements came together in the end,” Rogers adds.