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Find the perfect birthday card for her & choose from beautiful personalised ideas, as well as standard cards you can find on the high street. We have literally thousands of designs ideal for all ages and tastes, guaranteed to make your card take centre stage. Choose to send your card directly to the recipient through 1st class post or have it delivered back to you with an extra envelope.
Each card we make takes anything from a few weeks to several months to complete. Many of the elements of the animation are actually painted by hand (using real paint, brushes and paper!) because the textures and colours achieved that way are so much more attractive than the electronic equivalent. These paintings are then scanned into electronic form, and the laborious process of animation starts. Finally, the music is created to accent or complement the animation.