Frequently Asked Questions

What Is The Minimum Order?

The minimum order amount is 100 cards. We are able to fulfil larger orders (5,000+), however, you have a large order please contact us in advance so we can set your expectations on the timeframe.

What's The Turn Around?

Once the deposit has been made, we estimate 2 – 3 weeks depending on the complexity and how many designs. We will keep you informed along the process and if you have a specific time scale you are working to, please let us know in advance.

What Type of Card Do You Use?

We use luxury textured paper, 280gsm. FSC® – Forest Stewardship Council.

With the option of four sizes:
– Small, (A6)
– Medium, Square (14 x 14cm)
– Standard,  (5 x 7 inch)
– Large, (A5)

How Do The Payments Work?

You have two options for payments, either as a recurring direct debit payment or as a one-off payment.

If you are making a one-off payment:
To begin we take a 50% deposit (refundable up until confirmation of draft sketches), we then take the final payment once artwork has been approved.

If you are making a recurring payment ( Monthly / Quarterly):
We arrange a monthly/quarterly agreement of the amount of cards / designs and fulfil this order once each payment has been processed, delivering the cards straight to your door.

For our full refund policy please read our Terms & Conditions

Are You Eco-Friendly?

Yes, we are committed to conducting our operations in the best environmental practice.  Therefore, every single sheet of paper we use is FSC approved.

What About The Copyright?

With each design, the copyright remains with Curious Pencil Cards Ltd. However, if you require the use of any of our designs for other purposes, please contact us and we will assess this on a case by case basis. (This may incur an additional cost.)

Do You Do Other Printed Items?

We specialise in greeting cards. But we can also help with other promotional items including invites, vouchers and reward cards. Please contact us for details:

“Show value, create an experience and always try to exceed your customer’s expectations.” – Shep Hyken