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Myne Cards adds Howard Robinson’s Selfies to roster

New range will launch at Spring Fair as company further strengthens licensed portfolio.

Myne Cards is continuing with its licensed collaborations, teaming up with Howard Robinson’s Selfies brand.

The range – which shows what would happen if some of our favourite animals took selfies – will launch at Spring Fair next week (6K26) and will feature designs of cats, dogs, hamsters, horses, dolphins and sharks among others in fun poses.

“We met at BLE and quite quickly saw how Howard Robinson’s Selfies can enhance our brand,” said Keith Milburn from Myne Cards. “These are perfect for anyone who loves to add fun to their purse or wallet.

“It’s interesting to see how each licence and design brings something slightly different to our new product.”

Howard Robinson added: “Each Selfie tells a story, so to work with Myne Cards to bring these designs to a new audience is really exciting.”

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