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The Henries 2021 Awards product finalists unveiled

The product finalists for this year’s greeting cards industry awards – The Henries – have been revealed, with the Best Licensed Range set to be hotly contested.

Six publishers have made the shortlist, with a varied range of licences featured.

The nominees for the Best Licensed Range are:

  • Bob Ross from Ohh Deer
  • Crayola Colour Me In from Hallmark
  • Explore and Treasure with National Trust from Toasted Crumpet
  • National Trust Harmony from Woodmansterne Publications
  • Peaky Blinders from Danilo Promotions
  • Sara Miller London from The Art File


In addition, BBC Countryfile from Abacus Cards and RSPB from Woodmansterne Publications are nominated in the Best Photographic Range.

Happy Jackson from Pigment Productions is also among the nominees in The Henry Cole Classic Award, for ranges which have stood the test of time.

The winners of all the awards categories will be unveiled at a Boogie Wonderland-themed awards extravaganza on Thursday 7 October, which will take place at The Royal Lancaster HotelLondon and will be hosted by Tom Allen.

You can read the full list of finalists on our sister site – PG Buzz – by clicking on this link.

Tickets and tables for The Henries 2021 can be reserved quickly and securely online by  visiting or by contacting Clare Hollick of Createvents via email: or phone: +44 (0)1183 340085.

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