We were nominated in the Best Giftwrappings Collection with our designs which we licensed to Glick and they entered under the Paper Salad Brand.
We were up against stiff competition and really didn't expect to win! Other finalists were Gorgeous and Girlie from Marks and Spencers and Orla Kiely Paper Collection.
The Henries greeting card awards were launched by Progressive Greetings Worldwide magazine in 1997 to recognise and award the excellence in the UK greeting card design and execution, with awards covering the whole spectrum. The Henries are so called after Sir Henry Cole who was an eminent Victorian, whose 'claims to faim' include the UK's famous Great Exhibition of 1851, being the first director of the Victoria and Albert museum, a leading light in the establishment of the Penny Post - and most importantly he introduced the first ever commerical Christmas card! The awards are judged by 30 of the UK's top greeting card buyers including Paperchase, Waitrose, John Lewis and WH Smith.
We haven't as yet seen the official photos of us receiving the award but here are a few photos of the night ....
Before the award ceremony began
Laura Darrington and one of 'The Bearded Ladies' Aka Mark from Brainbox Candy.
Mark and Ben from Brainbox Candy, the night had a Circus theme, hence the fancy dress.
Karen with one of the girls from Stop The Clock Design.
Gavin and Anna from The Little Dog who were up for nomination in three categories with their fantastic cards.
The view from our room at The Lancaster Hotel over a lovely Autumn day over London and Hyde Park.
Karen celebrating with Ian Hylands from Noel Tatt.
Award founders and editors of Progressive greetings Jakki Brown and Warren Lomax.
More pics to follow....