Tuesday, 8 December 2015

A little Christmas Cheer

December is all about RED! 

Our Gift wrapping paper has been really popular so far this festive season. We've had a promotion in the Country Living Magazine Gift Guide, as well as features in the Papercrafter and Crafts Beautiful magazines. We've also been out and about attending local gift markets and Christmas fairs. 

Our range of wrapping papers have been designed and created with the same ethos as all our stationery - They are UK made and 100% recycled materials. Most of our wrapping papers are designed for all year round gift wrapping - and not just for Christmas. 

Our Christmas range of wrapping papers are printed in vibrant red and green, and match Jane Means Ribbons perfectly. Did you know that I am one of Jane's gift wrapping bloggers? This basically means that Jane and her team send me a whole bunch of lovely ribbons to use with our products to promote to you all. Jane's ribbon are made from excellent quality materials and are really nice weight of ribbon. The range of colours available are just simply fabulous. With a little imagination, they make a plain wrapped gift look something quite spectacular.

Here we have wrapped a gift in one of our typography wrapping paper sheets, added a wooden feather, and finished with red stitched ribbon and gingham ribbon. 

We recently launched our wooden shapes range too! The wood shapes are cut in -house by us using locally sourced marine ply wood. They can be added to gifts plain, painted or decoupaged. 

Why not add a little mod podge or pva glue to a wooden heart with some of our gift wrapping paper? Add a little gingham ribbon for a superb finishing touch. 

Are you having a craft event or selling at a craft fair this festive season? We think our little wooden brooches look lovely with a little stitched ribbon on the promotional tags to finish. 

Hope you all have fun crafting, wrapping and making gifts for everyone this Christmas. Take a look in our Christmas shop where you will find lots of ideas and inspiration.

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