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Meet Cards and Collars

Papercrafts, pet accessories

Nannestad, Norway

This is cards and collars

My name is Dawn Sullivan-Relling is an American living in Norway. She is a stay-at-home-mom and a papercraft designer.

~About the cards~

All cards are made on a 300gsm/110lb card base with decorative papers, stamps, inks, and embellishments to create a custom theme. All cards are unique and can be personalized.

~About the collars~

Most are 1" wide. The details will be listed under each photo. Most collars fit medium-sized dogs, i.e, Border Collie.

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Meet the Maker – Cards and Collars

Meet the Maker – Cards and Collars

Dawn Sullivan-Relling from Cards and Collars Dawn is a papercraft designer with a super talent for making her artwork so perfect you would think it has been printed. With the steadiest of hands she hand colours each element to perfection before constructing her cards,...

Virtual Market 24-05-2020

Virtual Market 24-05-2020

Welcome to our 4th Virtual Art & Design Market!

This time the market is being hosted right from the Facebook Page to make it even easier to shop local handmade products.

Search using the hashtag #HiNvirtualmarket in Facebook or Instagram to keep up to date with all of the products that are available each Sunday. You’ll also find the Meet the Maker videos, live feeds and market news, all neatly available by using the very same hashtag.

Virtual Market 10.05.2020

Virtual Market 10.05.2020

But we're not going to let that stop us! Handmade in Norway is determined to support the artisans and makers of Norway by arranging high-quality Art & Design markets. We can't do them outside, and we can't gather together large groups of people for safety reasons....

virtual market 26.04.2020

virtual market 26.04.2020

But we're not going to let that stop us! Handmade in Norway is determined to support the artisans and makers of Norway by arranging high-quality Art & Design markets. We can't do them outside, and we can't gather together large groups of people for safety reasons....

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