What’s Hot?

Maxine Matthews and Sharon Baker, partners of Bromley & Co, Ipswich, Suffolk, reveal what is selling well in their shop, based in a historic town with a visitors and loyal locals customer base.

Everyday: Blush from Noel Tatt

“A great quality range from a recognised brand.”

Above: Adorable felted creatures feature in Desito’s Whimsicals range.
Above: Adorable felted creatures feature in Desito’s Whimsicals range.

Cute: Whimsicals from Desito

“Cute and loveable characters – just adorable! Everyone loves them!”

Humour: Gin & Frolics from Rosie Made A Thing

Above: Cheeky humour from Rosie Made A Thing’s Gin & Frolics collection.
Above: Cheeky humour from Rosie Made A Thing’s Gin & Frolics collection.

“A wonderful range of cards that just keep selling! The designs relate to everyday life with tongue in cheek humour!”

Humour: Cloud Nine from Redback Cards

“A Henries awards finalist this year, the bold and bright word cards are constantly updated with new titles.”

Above: Stop The Clock’s Botanical range features contemporary leaf and floral patterns.
Above: Stop The Clock’s Botanical range features contemporary leaf and floral patterns.

Art: Botanical from Stop The Clock

“A great collection of delicate floral and leaf designs that appeal to young and old alike.”

Contemporary: Pick & Mix from Two Little Monkeys

Above: Bright and bold designs in Two Little Monkey’s Pick & Mix range.
Above: Bright and bold designs in Two Little Monkey’s Pick & Mix range.

“A brightly coloured range of cards that would be perfect for your best friend.”

MORE NEWS
 
Publishing stalwarts battle it out on the tennis court for almost 5 hrs...
 
Real attraction were happy waggy tails at Paperchase’s media launch...
 
UK’s largest card chain has opened 38 new stores since February...
 
PG Buzz caught up with Cathy Frost, owner of Loveone in Ipswich on how she is gearing up for Christmas....
 
Greeting card publisher Lucy Ledger heads up a course on creativity at the V&A...
 
Publisher that invented giftwrap looks to mark its first century...
Get the latest news sent to your inbox
Subscribe to our daily newsletter