Card announcing it's a boy
Here's an original way to announce baby's sex to those close to you with this softly coloured card.
Format: 10.5 x 15 cm (A6)
Printed in France with vegetable inks on paper from sustainably managed forests
Sold without envelope
Illustrated by Zü.
for products in stock, in the absence of a payment incident.
or exceptionally 1 or 2 working days later, depending on the volume of orders.
Any order placed on Friday after 12:00 pm will be shipped the following Monday, our offices being closed on weekends.
All our shipments are insured by La Poste in registered letter or colissimo.
For metropolitan France (single rates)
- Colissimo point relais: €4.50
- Colissimo without signature : 6,90
- Colissimo with signature : 7,90
Shipping costs are calculated according to the country of destination, and are indicated when the delivery address is filled in the last step of the shopping cart.
Our raw materials
We ensure that all the paper and wood in our products are PEFC and FSC certified, labels that guarantee the companies' commitment to the environment and responsible forest management.
We use French printers with the Imprim'Vert label.
A label awarded to printers who decide to reduce the impact of printing on the planet by making strategic, ecological and made-in-France choices.
The environmental impact of our business is at the heart of our thinking and our creative process, and it is essential for us to produce as sensibly as possible in limited quantities.
A customer service that listens
Customer satisfaction is our priority, which is why our after-sales service is committed to responding as quickly as possible by e-mail or telephone during opening hours.
We offer small thank-you gifts with each order.
Supporting and engaging
We are a member of 1% for the Planet, a global movement that connects corporate sponsors and companies with associations that support environmental projects.
We are committed to donating 1% of our turnover to the Confidences d'abeille association, whose objective is the protection of bees, by sponsoring 3 hives.