My lovely friend Jessica Huie is the founder of this stunning cards company: the first in the UK to represent children and adults of all ethnicities.

Mumpreneur Jess launched the company in May 2006 when she struggled to find her then 7 year old daughter a card featuring a girl of Afro-Carribean descent.

Frustrated by how far behind the cards’ industry was in equal representation,  Jess decided to create a cards collection of her own,  collaborating with the Queen’s photographer Nina Duncan, creating an inclusive, multi cultural range.

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In time for Mothers Day, a new personalised service has been launched on Colorblind Cards’ website with prices starting from £2.99. Superstar fans include Kelly Rowland, Sinitta and Mica Paris.

The cards are also available in Clintons and independant stores as well as in the USA.

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12 Responses

  1. icklebabe

    Love this! i never really thoughts about it before, but i can see how its a much needed idea! X

  2. SAHMlovingit

    These cards are fabulous! Well done to your friend. Thank you for pointing them out to me. I get fed up with the same old dreary cards.

  3. EmmaK

    They have whole aisles of different ethnicity cards over here…glad the UK is getting in on it!

  4. Babes about Town

    Yes I already know Colourblind Cards, it’s a fabulous service and such an obvious gap in the market. Thanks for the heads up here as I’d like to feature them also! Glad to see you have the inside hook-up 😉

    • honestmum

      @babesabouttown Jess is wonderful and a good mate so sure she would love you to showcase her cards on your blog. Big hugs x

  5. honestmum so true-Jess is doing an incredible and much needed job of offerering cards that reflect us all. Amazing.


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