The Winners 2005

Most Promising Young Designer
Sponsored by Slater Harrison
Winner 2005
Stephanie Dyment (in-house designer of Cardmix/Woodmansterne)

Best Licensed Range 
Sponsored by Granada Ventures
Winner 2005
Have I Got News For You from Cardmix

Best Humorous Range 
Sponsored by The Sherwood Press
Winner 2005
Out Of The Ark from Gibson Hanson Graphics

Best Christmas Counter Range 
Sponsored by Windles Tempo
Winner 2005
Handmade Christmas Singles for Marks & Spencer from Tigerprint

Best Cute Range 
Sponsored by GF Smith
Winner 2005
Bingley Bear from Tigerprint

Best Words Or Sentiment Range 
Sponsored by Envelope Plus
Winner 2005
Scrawl from Urban Graphics

Best Handmade Or Hand-Finished Range 
Sponsored by Iggesund
Winner 2005
Café Crème from Five Dollar Shake

Best Giftwrappings Collection 
Sponsored by Spring Fair Birmingham
Winner 2005
Light & Stars from Deva Designs

Best Relations And Occasions Range 
Sponsored by Fedrigoni
Winner 2005
Café Crème from Five Dollar Shake

Best Wholesale Range 
Sponsored by M-Real
Winner 2005
Sugar Pops from Simon Elvin

Best Art Range 
Sponsored by Imperial Litho
Winner 2005
Michael Bennallak Hart from Medici

Best Christmas Box or Pack 
Sponsored by WWF Paper Sales UK
Winner 2005
Christmas Type from Tigerprint

Best Photographic Range 
Sponsored by Hedsorboard
Winner 2005
When I Grow Up from Gibson Hanson Graphics

Best Children's/Juvenile Range 
Sponsored by Top Drawer/Home & Gift Harrogate
Winner 2005
Marzipan from Paper Rose

Best Trend Fun Or Graphic Range 
Sponsored by Robert Horne
Winner 2005
Stephanie from Cardmix

Best Spring Seasons Range 
Sponsored by Tullis Russell
Winner 2005
Beau Mother's Day from Ling Design

Best Service To The Independent Retailer
Sponsored by Cardgains
Winner 2005 Gold Award - Wishing Well Studios
Winner 2005 Silver Award - Gibson Hanson Graphics
Winner 2005 Bronze Award - Hallmark

Honorary Achievement Award 
Sponsored by Herbert Walker and Son (printers) Ltd
Joint Winners 2005
Duncan Spence - shareholder of Ling Design, Carte Blanche and Moonpig and former director of Burgess 
Stephen Haines - chief executive of Carte Blanche Greetings