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Pictoria Cards is a family-run photographic greeting card company located in Chelsea, Quebec, Canada.  We think that people love to receive beautiful photographs as greeting cards, and particularly ones that have a hand-made touch.  The feedback we get from our clients confirms this.  It's always great to know that your customer has kept your greeting card on their desk or framed on their wall!


Many of our wholesale clients have been with us for years, some for decades, and we like to think it is not only because our cards work so well for them, and that we have wonderful new images to choose from every season,  but because we offer great, friendly and reliable service. Thanks to all our wonderful customers who have allowed us to produce over 3 million cards so far.


In our little greeting card business, division of responsibilities is quite simple:  Anne runs the office, answers the phone and does the sales and accounting. Geof and Emma are the photographers and Geof is responsible for all aspects of manufacturing and production.


All our cards are made to order and delivery is fast. Give us a call or send an email. Anne would be delighted to help you. 


Anne, Geof and Emma Burbidge, Picton, Ontario, April 2015.  Photo by M. Murray


Customer testimonials

"Hi Anne, I just wanted to let you know that we have received numerous calls thanking us for your lovely cards. At least one client is even going to frame hers! " — Joanne Follows, Toronto.


"Not only do you have a great product but your personal thoughtful service is also appreciated. I will be a customer for a long time to come". — Bill Stone Jr, Guelph.

"Thank you so much...the "lower 48" would do well to learn from your customer service" — Gregg Haglund, Glendale, Ca.


"Nothing has had as lasting an impact as the Burbidge images. Clients just don't forget you. They call us to tell us they have them framed. They call to say they are waiting for their birthday card so they can have one more for the wall." — Sandra Pierce, North York.

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