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.”

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