This brilliant card to send to your other half was created by Mike Shiell. It can be bought for Valentine's Day or simply just to say 'I love you'.
Canadian Mike Shiell has worked as a director, animation supervisor and animator for many years, including on Emmy award-winning shows The Backyardigans and Mike the Knight. In his spare time, he creates amazing cartoons, illustrations and animations too.
There are options for you to buy this card directly on Amazon in our 48-card assortment, for both customers located in the US and Canada.
Depending on your location, you can even get your order as soon as the next day. You can check out Amazon's guide to shipping rates and times here for US customers and here for customers in Canada.
Why buy through Amazon?
We are proud to be selling our products on Amazon, the world's largest online retailer. If you already shop on Amazon, you'll know that it's easy to use and offers low prices, free shipping and convenience; being a one-stop-shop, it means that you can buy a greeting card at the same time as your weekly grocery shop or when purchasing anything else.
Our high-quality cards are 5” x 7” (13cm x 18cm) and are printed with the environment in mind.
All of our cards are printed on World Wildlife Fund’s FSC certified paper - a strict international certification and labelling system that’s dedicated to promoting responsible forestry management.
Northern Cards has always been concerned about the environment and for the last 30 years, we have only ever used recycled and sustainably resourced paper for all our printing and envelopes. Our cards are printed with vegetable based inks and we limit our packaging wherever possible.
- Brand Name - Northern Cards
- Size - 5 inches x 7 inches (13cm x 18cm)
- SKU 0051
Proud to have been Canada’s Greeting Card Company Since 1989, Northern Cards specializes in hand-drawn illustrations by exceptional artists. Created by our co-founders, Hugh M. Clarkson and Jean-Paul Michael, Northern Cards was based on the simple concept of putting together a single display of an assortment of high-quality greeting cards, and this still holds true today, more than thirty years and millions of cards later.