Welcome to our website
We specialise in Christmas and greeting cards and custom designs for a range of unique Australian souvenir products
We accept payment via Paypal and credit card from this website.
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Christmas is here again...
We have a new range of 10 Christmas Cards for this year. They can be viewed and ordered by clicking here!
Custom Christmas cards for your business
We will create a custom design for your Christmas cards, which perfectly suits your business needs. All we need is a couple of ideas from you and we'll get a draft design to you quickly. See some examples and pricing here
We are now specialising in customised stickers. We will print your town name or business name onto a hard wearing vinyl sticker, together with a simple sketch (or logo) in full colour. Stickers are suitable for vehicle or outdoor uses. Click here to view and order.
To access wholesale pricing and make a wholesale order, all wholesalers need to create an account by clicking the link in the top left hand corner of this page. You must have a valid ABN and email address. You will then be issued with your PIN number for instant access.
Jim Moll of Outback Antics has been recording country life since he could draw. It was Jim's disappointment with tacky Christmas cards that became the launching pad for Outback Antics, a design business which specialises in Christmas and greeting cards, custom souvenirs, stationery and custom artwork. Based in north eastern Victoria, all products are designed and printed in rural Australia. Jim’s designs depict a humorous side that country people can especially relate to. Custom artwork is a specialty, with designs ranging from chooks to dirt bikes at full speed. Design inspiration comes from travelling and working in agriculture, and everyday funny (and the odd..) moments! We enjoy what we do, and hope our designs put a smile on your dial. Enjoy!
Click on the links to download our latest catalogue and wholesale order form.Pricelist_WS_orderform_Autumn_2015.pdf