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Friday’s Favourites

Holy (snow) balls! There’s been an explosion of creativity from our incredible customers this week! With all this wintery weather these bright and fancy designs are just what we need to keep us going!

 

Instagram prints by Helen Elizabeth

We have to kick Friday off with this fantastic bit of print innovation by Helen Elizabeth. For her little boy’s second birthday she got crafty and creative with her Instagram prints from us and fixed them into a number two shape. Absolutely adorable and a great way to make DIY party pieces!

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Greeting cards by Chloe Hall Illustration

Pattern stationery supremo Chloe Hall prints with us, and we fangirled a bit when we found this out because we love her surface designs so much. Based in Leicester, Chloe’s prints and patterns are inspired by nature and plants. Her ‘Blue Spring’ greeting card is perfect for picking you up in this wintery wilderness.

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Postcards by Andsmile Studio

One-woman band Viktorija is the lovely London lady behind Andsmilestudio. Her work has such a sunny and happy presence, you can’t help but smile at her work when she uses such vivid colours. Drawing, coffee, stationery, colour and outdoor adventures are some of Viktorija’s hobbies. A girl after our own heart!

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Wrapping paper by Eleanor Percival

Fruity blood orange patterns adorn Eleanor’s wonderful wrapping paper. Based in London, Eleanor’s work with watercolours, ink and gouache is stocked in Brixton and Chelsea, and is inspired by myths, Renaissance painting and her surroundings. She’s also got some other handy wrapping paper designs on her Instagram – you’ll know what we mean when you check it out.

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Wedding stationery by Phil Designs

Belfast living, cocker spaniel owning freelancer Phil has worked in the graphic design industry for over 15 years and has the talent to match that long old slog of experience! His infographic-style wedding stationery is so intricately detailed that you just can’t help but stare at it for far too long! Bravo Phil! Also, as is custom, if you say you have a dog on social media, we want to see the pics. Cheers.

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Thank you cards by Tweed Hands co

A lifetime of drawing, doodling and sketching, coupled with studying Illustration at Glasgow School of Art has resulted in Vik’s creative design, typography and illustration business. Based in the Peak District, keep your eye on her upcoming seasonal greetings cards and customisable prints.

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Postcards by Never Hero Design

We were delighted to that Chris Goodson was super pleased with the finish of his postcards. Based in the Midlands, designer and illustrator Chris is inspired by printmaking and hand drawn techniques, creating art prints, editorial, branding and merchandise design for brands and streetwear. Never Hero is pretty cool, in other words.

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Greeting cards by Girl Behind The Lens

Amy is one talented young lady! She started taking snaps in 2011 and since then has won a number of photography awards for her working taking pics of the east of England. Amy also sells her work through local shops and markets. Her Valentines cards are great if you’re after something not too sickly sweet, but something simply beautiful.

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Table plan by Draenog Design

Ran by proud Welsh woman Anwen Roberts, Draenog Design offers modern Welsh greeting cards, gifts and designs. She created a wintery yet warming table plan for her clients and then hand finished it with gold paint accents. We can’t wait for Anwen to launch more of her wedding stationery range, which is coming at the end of this month!

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Emma-Lee’s the resident wordsmith and Content Editor, well versed in all things grammar. If she’s not clattering away at her keyboard, you’ll find her hitting the asphalt – or putting her extensive Eurovision knowledge to the test at the local pub quiz.

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