The Henries 2019 Winning Smiles

As announced by PG Buzz last Thursday (October 3), the winners of The Henries 2019 were revealed at a lavish awards event (https://www.pgbuzz.net/the-henries-2019-winners-are-revealed-2/)

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Well here’s the photographic evidence of the triumphant winners of The Lynn Tait Most Promising Young Designer Or Artist Award as well as all the product categories and The Best Service to the Independent Retailer Awards. (The GCA Outstanding Achievement Award is featured on a separate story in this edition of PG Buzz).

The Lynn Tait Most Promising Young Designer or Artist Award  

Winner: Amy Eastland, senior designer of Woodmansterne and The Proper Mail Company

Above: Amy Eastland, senior designer of Woodmansterne and The Proper Mail Company (centre) was delighted to accept the trophy from Frances Burkle, product director for Paperchase, sponsor of this category.
Above: Amy Eastland, senior designer of Woodmansterne and The Proper Mail Company (centre) was delighted to accept the trophy from Frances Burkle, product director for Paperchase, sponsor of this category.

Best Children’s Range

Winner: Jamboree from Paper Salad 

Above: Karen Wilson (second right) and Claire Williams, co-owners of Paper Salad, enjoying the moment, having been presented with the trophy by Tony Loriman, managing director for Loxleys, the category sponsor.
Above: Karen Wilson (second right) and Claire Williams, co-owners of Paper Salad, enjoying the moment, having been presented with the trophy by Tony Loriman, managing director for Loxleys, the category sponsor.

Best Christmas Counter Range

Winner: Pinata from Redback Cards 

Above: (second left) Chris Stanley, co-owner of Redback Cards and (second right) Sean Edwards, the company’s sales and marketing manager were presented with the trophy by Bruce Podmore, managing director of Windles, the sponsor of this category.
Above: (second left) Chris Stanley, co-owner of Redback Cards and (second right) Sean Edwards, the company’s sales and marketing manager were presented with the trophy by Bruce Podmore, managing director of Windles, the sponsor of this category.

Best Christmas Box or Pack

Winner: Luxury Christmas Box from The Art File 

Above: Karen Mace, director of The Art File, proudly accepted The Henries’ trophy from Nick Henry, managing director of Gould Paper’s, sponsor of the category.
Above: Karen Mace, director of The Art File, proudly accepted The Henries’ trophy from Nick Henry, managing director of Gould Paper’s, sponsor of the category.

Best Traditional Words & Sentiments Range

Winner: Follow Your Dramas from Hallmark Cards

Above: (second left-right) Hallmark’s Ruth Turner-Blood, writing studio manager; Dan Payne, designer; Emma Long, designer and Natalie Goodridge, head of creative – brand & own brand were presented with the award by Paul Hornby, managing director of the award sponsor, Foilco.
Above: (second left-right) Hallmark’s Ruth Turner-Blood, writing studio manager; Dan Payne, designer; Emma Long, designer and Natalie Goodridge, head of creative – brand & own brand were presented with the award by
Paul Hornby, managing director of the award sponsor, Foilco.

Best Contemporary Words & Sentiments Range

Winner: Quotish from Brainbox Candy 

Above: As ever, (second left-right), the Brainbox Boys, Mark Williams and Ben Hickman, co-founders of Brainbox Candy came unforgettably attired! They were presented with their award by Adam Short, managing director of The Imaging Centre, sponsor of this category.
Above: As ever, (second left-right), the Brainbox Boys, Mark Williams and Ben Hickman, co-founders of Brainbox Candy came unforgettably attired! They were presented with their award by Adam Short, managing director of The Imaging Centre, sponsor of this category.

Best Contemporary Trend Range

Winner: Shine from Redback Cards 

Above: Picking up their second trophy of the evening, (second left) Chris Stanley, co-owner of Redback Cards and sales and marketing manager Sean Edwards collected the trophy from Alice Buck, marketing manager for Digital Hub, sponsor of this category.
Above: Picking up their second trophy of the evening, (second left) Chris Stanley, co-owner of Redback Cards and sales and marketing manager Sean Edwards collected the trophy from Alice Buck, marketing manager for Digital Hub, sponsor of this category.

Best Handmade or Hand-Finished Range

Winner: Modern Missy from Tache 

Above: Tache’s co-owners Pennie Bryant and (second left) Frank Nicholls received the award from EBB Paper’s divisional manager Simon Woolridge, sponsor of the award category.
Above: Tache’s co-owners Pennie Bryant and (second left) Frank Nicholls received the award from EBB Paper’s divisional manager Simon Woolridge, sponsor of the award category.

Best Photographic Range

Winner: Wavelength from Icon 

Above: Kate Jamieson, creative manager for Icon, accepted the trophy from Jessica Dawnay, event director for Autumn Fair, the award category sponsor.
Above: Kate Jamieson (centre), creative manager for Icon, accepted the trophy from Jessica Dawnay, event director for Autumn Fair, the award category sponsor.

Best Humour Range

Winner: Twin Pines from Ohh Deer

Above: Ohh Deer’s co-owners, Mark Callaby (second right) and Jamie Mitchell went on stage with Emma-Louise Allen, key account manager of Windles to receive the trophy from Amanda Fergusson, ceo of the GCA, sponsor of this award.
Above: Ohh Deer’s co-owners, Mark Callaby (second right) and Jamie Mitchell went on stage with Emma-Louise Allen (centre), key account manager of Windles to receive the trophy from Amanda Fergusson, ceo of the GCA, sponsor of this award.

Best Art Range

Winner: Scissors Paper Tree from Roger la Borde 

Above: Roger la Borde’s production director Julie Hadingham (second left) and operations director Michaela Vrabelova, were delighted to be presented with the trophy by Marcus Fenner, sales director of Fenner Paper, which sponsored this award.
Above: Roger la Borde’s production director Julie Hadingham (second left) and operations director Michaela Vrabelova, were delighted to be presented with the trophy by Marcus Fenner, sales director of Fenner Paper, which sponsored this award.

Best Licensed Range 

Winner: The Happy News from Pigment 

Above: Emily Coxshead, founder of the Happy News was all smiles as she collected the trophy with Sam Wilson, senior designer for Pigment that was presented to them by Skeet Print’s director, John Skeet, sponsor of this award category.
Above: Emily Coxshead (second left), founder of the Happy News was all smiles as she collected the trophy with Sam Wilson, senior designer for Pigment that was presented to them by Skeet Print’s director, John Skeet, sponsor of this award category.

Best Giftwrappings Range

Winner: Paper Salad from Glick

Above: Glick director Becky Dobson (second left) and export/key accounts manager Michelle Airth (third right) went on stage with Paper Salad co-owners Karen Wilson (second right) and Claire Williams, to collect the award presented by Simon Boyd, operations director of Progressive Greetings Live, the category sponsor.
Above: Glick director Becky Dobson (second left) and export/key accounts manager Michelle Airth (third right) went on stage with Paper Salad co-owners Karen Wilson (second right) and Claire Williams, to collect the award presented by Simon Boyd, operations director of Progressive Greetings Live, the category sponsor.

Best Male Range

Winner: Gin & Frolics from Rosie Made A Thing 

Above: Rosie Harrison, director of Rosie Made A Thing was delighted to receive the award from Tony Myers, account manager for Slater Harrison, the category sponsor.
Above: Rosie Harrison, director of Rosie Made A Thing was delighted to receive the award from Tony Myers, account manager for Slater Harrison, the category sponsor.

Best Wholesale Range

Winner: Everyday and Relations from Out of the Blue Studios

Above: Pete Rawlingson (second left) and Clive Rubin, co-owners of Out of the Blue Studios, were presented with their Henries’ trophy by Lynda Raymond, director of LB Warehousing, sponsor of this award.
Above: Pete Rawlingson (second left) and Clive Rubin, co-owners of Out of the Blue Studios, were presented with their Henries’ trophy by Lynda Raymond, director of LB Warehousing, sponsor of this award.

Best Relations and/or Occasions Range

Winner: Words of Wisdom from Dandelion Stationery

Above: Jo Wilson, creative director for Dandelion Stationery was elated to receive her Henries award that was presented to her by Nick Rowley, business development manager for Fedrigoni, sponsor of this award.
Above: Jo Wilson, creative director for Dandelion Stationery was elated to receive her Henries award that was presented to her by Nick Rowley, business development manager for Fedrigoni, sponsor of this award.

Best Spring Seasons Range

Winner: Hey Fresco Mother’s Day from Wendy Jones-Blackett 

Above: Steve (second left) and Wendy Jones-Blackett, directors of Wendy Jones-Blackett, collected the award from Mark Jessett, paper consultant for GF Smith’s, sponsor of this category.
Above: Steve (second left) and Wendy Jones-Blackett, directors of Wendy Jones-Blackett, collected the award from Mark Jessett, paper consultant for GF Smith’s, sponsor of this category.

Best Cute Range

Winner: Tiny Sparkles rom Louise Tiler Designs 

Above: Louise Tiler, director of Louise Tiler Designs and partner Gavin Nicholas were delighted to receive the award from Alpha Colour Printers’ managing director Amy Muldrew (far right) and operations director Maggie Williams, sponsor of this award.
Above: Louise Tiler (centre), director of Louise Tiler Designs and partner Gavin Nicholas were delighted to receive the award from Alpha Colour Printers’ managing director Amy Muldrew (far right) and operations director Maggie Williams, sponsor of this award.

The Henry Cole Classic Award

Winner: Ink Press from The Art File 

Above: The Art File’s managing director, Ged Mace (second left) and sales & marketing manager James Mace (second right) were delighted to be presented with the trophy by Jeremy Bacon, ceo of category sponsor, The Sherwood Group.
Above: The Art File’s managing director, Ged Mace (second left) and sales & marketing manager James Mace (second right) were delighted to be presented with the trophy by Jeremy Bacon, ceo of category sponsor, The Sherwood Group.

Best Service to the Independent Retailer Award

Bronze Winner: UK Greetings

Above: UK Greetings’ customer and channel director Ceri Stirland was presented with the Bronze trophy by Richard Campbell, managing director of Herbert Walkers, sponsor of the Best Service trio of awards.
Above: UK Greetings’ customer and channel director Ceri Stirland was presented with the Bronze trophy by Richard Campbell, managing director of Herbert Walkers, sponsor of the Best Service trio of awards.

Best Service to the Independent Retailer Award

Silver Winner: Woodmansterne Publications

Above: There was no missing Woodmansterne’s director of operations and IT Adam Osborne’s glee as he clutched the Silver award that had been presented to him by Richard Campbell, managing director of Herbert Walkers, sponsor of this whole category.
Above: There was no missing Woodmansterne’s director of operations and IT Adam Osborne’s glee as he clutched the Silver award that had been presented to him by Richard Campbell, managing director of Herbert Walkers, sponsor of this whole category.

Best Service to the Independent Retailer Award

Gold Winner: International Cards & Gifts

Above: IC&G’s managing directors Simon (third right) and Ian Wagstaff went on stage with the company’s creative director Amanda Miles (second left) and financial controller Sue Cox to collect the coveted Gold trophy from Richard Campbell, managing director of Herbert Walkers, sponsor of this award.
Above: IC&G’s managing directors Simon (third right) and Ian Wagstaff went on stage with the company’s creative director Amanda Miles (second left) and financial controller Sue Cox to collect the coveted Gold trophy from Richard Campbell, managing director of Herbert Walkers, sponsor of this award.
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