Custom Text Thinking of You Rainbow Card | Isolation Gifts, Thank You cards, just to say, just because, cards for her, cards for him


Whether you'd like to thank someone for doing something special, you're trying to pass on some love in this crazy time of social distancing and coronavirus or you just want to let someone know that you're thinking of them, what better way than with a colourful rainbow? 

Choose from 'thank you', 'missing you' or opt to have your very own custom message written below the rainbow. If you choose to have your own text, please write in the personalisation box what text you would like! 

Along came loni HQ is based at The Stable, a lovely creative space in Weston-super-Mare (North Somerset); ever since schools were closed due to the coronavirus outbreak, The Stable Cafe and The Stable have been working hard to keep our children fed with wonderful packed lunches! To support their efforts and to keep free lunches going for those that need them, we will donate £1 from each sale of these cards, which is roughly what it costs for each packed lunch!

If you would like to find out more about the packed lunches, take a look at their Just Giving page here:

- A6 Card (148mm x 210mm) 
- printed in the UK on 300gsm high quality, textured recycled card
- blank inside for your own message
- 100gsm recycled kraft brown envelope
- Comes wrapped in protective, biodegradable & compostable cello-display bag (pop in your food recycling or regular recycling when you're done)

Please note, due to resolution and screen brightness, colours may vary very slightly. 

Did you know that a plastic bag takes 400-500 years to biodegrade? At along came loni, we're dedicated to sustainability which is why we strive to ensure our products are all made from recycled materials (and are in turn, recyclable). Additionally, we don't use any single use plastic, all of our display bags are made from corn-starch which is biodegradable and compostable, so you can just stick it in your food bin. Our cello-display bags take just 3-4 weeks to break down, in comparison to roughly 500 years!