What’s Hot?

Above: Caxton offers some beautiful cards.
Above: Caxton offers some beautiful cards.

Matthew Berger, owner of Caxton, Temple Fortune in North London, reveals what is selling well in his shop based in a city suburb with a very loyal locals customer base.

A friendship send from the Camilla & Rose range from Peartree Heybridge.
A friendship send from the Camilla & Rose range from Peartree Heybridge.

Cute: Across The Board from Proud Couture

“Really bang-on trend designs! Fashion illustrations of gorgeous, skinny fashion models.”

Humour: Camilla & Rose from Peartree Heybridge

Stunning fashion illustrations on a Proud Couture design.
Stunning fashion illustrations on a Proud Couture design.

“Constantly a good seller for us; some customers buy them by the half dozen. The humour really tickles them.”

Art: Botanical from Stop The Clock

“With a subtle letterpress feel, they just ooze class and quality.”

 

A sophisticated look on an Alice Scott card from Pigment.
A sophisticated look on an Alice Scott card from Pigment.

Art: Alice Scott from Pigment

“Very smart black and white designs with a touch a gold that makes them pop!”

 

Handmade/Hand-Finished: Beau Couture from The Handcrafted Card Company

Contemporary female sends from The Handcrafted Card Company’s new Beau Couture range.
Contemporary female sends from The Handcrafted Card Company’s new Beau Couture range.

“Chic and modern with a bit of sparkle, a female range that’s fresh and refreshing.”

 

Contemporary: Full Stop from Portfolio

“A whimsical wordy range that appeals to a younger market.”

 

Contemporary: Glitter Dots from English Graphics

“Inspirational friendship sends with a few little gems.”

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