Mary Lake-Thompson is a well known artist and owns Mary Lake-Thompson Ltd, an established and reputable gift ware business. Her artwork may be seen on flour sack towels, aprons, tote bags and many other products. Located in Oroville, California, Mary has licensed her artwork to Sugarhouse Greetings for everyday greeting cards, Christmas cards and paper gift.
Paris Bottman has been entertaining us with her whimsical characters for over 25 years. Her 'dressed animal' career began with a series of handmade porcelain figures and proceeded to colored pencil drawings and watercolors. She continued with her very popular line of Okay Cards. They are hand cut block prints that are colored then reproduced in various greeting cards and paper gift. Paris delights in bringing a smile to our faces with her creations. Vintage Paris Bottman available here »
Maren Schaffner was an artist living in North Germany with her gang of cats and dogs in an old farmhouse in a windswept area between the North Sea and the Baltic. Unfortunately, Maren passed away in 2014. She has left us with a wonderful collection of beautiful cat (and occasional dog) illustrations. We are happy to continue offering her wonderful images for the foreseeable future.
Wild Indigo is a line of greeting cards that utilizes photographic images from the past, altered to accentuate the warm feeling of familiarity. Many of these images come from the family albums of Bottman employees, many from historical archives, and many from the Library of Congress. Wild Indigo was originally founded by artists Debbie Gehman and Kirsten Soderlind. The line is now in the hands of the graphic artists at Sugarhouse Greetings.
Simon Drew creates a wonderful world of images using verbal and visual puns that delight and amuse all of us. Well known throughout the United Kingdom, Simon is gifted with a fine sense of fun and a creative imagination. In spite of drawing at every opportunity, Simon and his wife Caroline find time to run a very popular art and craft gallery in Dartmouth, Devon. Simon's greeting cards are all blank on the inside.