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Cards that say what other cards are scared to.

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Sometimes sending a card is the best way to say what's on your mind. 

But why are all greetings cards out there so full of euphemisms and generalisms?
From "deepest condolences" to "You're my valentine", it's all a bit... bleh. 

That's why we set up Punchy Cards: to give people a helping hand with saying what they really mean.

We think if everyone did that a bit more, life would be a little bit richer.

 
 
 

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Valentine’s Day Collection

“I wasn’t sure whether or not to get you a card”
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When something good is just starting out, you feel so many things: excited, nervous, giddy. You want to dive head first into it, but you’re also afraid of scaring the other person off, so you need to play it a bit cool. Why not just confess the dilemma that you’re in? Chances are they’re facing the same one.

350gsm matt laminated card

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"I like you way more than I should at this stage"
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When you’re still in the early-ish stages of a relationship but your feelings are pretty strong, there aren’t many greetings cards out there to convey this. It’s either very heavy stuff like “I will love you until the end of time” or jokey stuff that drastically underplays your relationship: we’re looking at you, poo emoji card. Why not just say something that’s true to how you really feel?

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“I don’t want to sleep with other people anymore”
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Realising you aren’t interested in anyone else is a pretty amazing moment. Instead of sugar-coating this request in soppy phrases like “Will you be my Valentine?”, why not just come out and say it straight up? Words are most powerful when at their most direct.

350gsm matt laminated card

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“I know it’s been hard recently, but I want to keep trying”
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Valentine’s Day, with its sickly declarations and restaurants full of adoring couples, can be tricky when it hasn’t been going so well with your partner. Sending a lovey-dovey card feels like you’re mocking the state of your relationship, but ignoring it completely only makes things worse. Why not use the day as an excuse to address the elephant in the room and reach out?

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“I’m still in love with you, but I feel like I don’t know you”
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Love goes through many different phases over time. Passion becomes intimacy, intimacy becomes companionship, companionship becomes comfortable silence. Sometimes we realise that comfort has led to distance. As well as celebrating all the wonderful aspects of your relationship, Valentine’s Day can be a great time to express a desire to reconnect.

350gsm matt laminated card

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Classic Collection

 
"There's nothing I can say that will bring them back."
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Why do we say ‘I’m sorry for your loss’ when we weren’t responsible? Why do we shy away from discussing grief by saying something like “With sympathy”? Recognising the helplessness of the situation for everyone involved opens up avenues for conversation, rather than closing them down.

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"You can moan about it for as long as you need to"
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When someone you know is going through a difficult time, they don’t want pity or a pretence that you know how they feel. What they want is a license to vent as much as necessary, without worrying that they’re annoying you. Continuous talking is the way we make sense of, and come to terms with, tricky life events.

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"I've wanted to call you so many times"
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One of the top regrets of the dying is lost friendships. Often we think about the people we’re slowly losing touch with, but picking up the phone can seem too daunting a task. Sending a card can be an easier way to reach out and reopen these honest channels of communication.

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"I want to listen, when you're ready to talk"
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There’s only so many times you can say sorry. It also doesn’t encourage a dialogue: there’s little the other person can say apart from ‘thank you’. Letting someone know that you’re open to listening to them, whenever they want to talk about it, is a more constructive way to offer an olive branch.

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