why do we make cards, gifts, craft or art?
Is it to see a special face express sheer delight? Is it to make those precious moments and celebrations in life so memorable?
Maybe it’s just for fun, and creative expression. Maybe it’s a quiet hour on your own, or a social time with your family, friends or children.
What we do know is, that handmade cards or papercrafted gifts are highly treasured items. Being a token of your love and creativity – which will take pride of place on every mantelpiece.
With all this in mind we have created the Inspire Me Papers collections which ‘lets you make the difference”.
at Inspire Me we love paper!
We have traveled the world searching for beautiful papers to create a mouthwatering series of unique collections. Especially developed with simplicity and creativity in mind – whether you’re a beginner or experienced card maker or paper crafter.
We believe that choosing the right paper type and colour is key to your designs success. Our collections are organised into an easy to use system, to help make your choices easier but designed to let your imagination run wild!
The collections feature more than 900 high quality products, in over 100 colours in the most stunning finishes and embossings.
who are Inspire Me Papers?
Inspire Me Papers is a division of GF Smith, Europe’s leading creative paper company who have been passionate about paper for over 100 years.
Inspire Me wants you to be inspired and for you to inspire us.
You can contact us at -
email | inspireme @ inspiremepapers.co.uk
call | 0845 120 0155 (local rate charge only)
write | Inspire Me Papers, Lockwood Street, Hull HU2 OHL
the history of GF Smith
Inspire Me Papers is a division of GFSmith, Europe’s leading specialty supplier of fine, coloured, textured and unusual papers. Recognised internationally for their inspiration, creativity, and quality for over 100 years.
It all began in the mid 1890’s with George Fredrick Smith and son’s quest to bring beautiful papers to the commercial artists and printers in the UK.
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