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Emma Paisey, owner of Daisy Park, South Molton, North Devon, shares some of the best selling products in her award-winning store. Daisy Park is a medium shop in a market town at the Gateway to Exmoor with a loyal locals and tourists customer base.

Quirky observations from Gemma Correll for Ohh Deer.
Quirky observations from Gemma Correll for Ohh Deer.

Humour: Gemma Correll from Ohh Deer

“Fun, tongue in cheek humour aimed at a female audience and lovers of cats and dogs with a slightly bad attitude.”

Cute: Fran Evans from Two Bad Mice

“A great price point, a well recognised brand and some cute and quirky illustrations.”

Humour: Fun Faces from Bluebell 33

“Emoticon iconic characters, such as Del-Boy, Simon Cowell and Princess Leia.”

The instantly recognisable Simon Cowell in the Fun Faces range from Bluebell 33.
The instantly recognisable Simon Cowell in the Fun Faces range from Bluebell 33.

Art: Kat Baxter from Wraptious

“Gorgeous animal illustrations, but with a floral twist.”

Handmade/Hand-Finished: Bunting from Tracy Colebrooke

“A local handmade card designer who cuts each individual piece of fabric to make a bunting design and adds them to any caption we require: a real personal and individual handmade range.”

Children’s: Juvenile from Caroline Gardner

“The fold out age cards (ages 1 – 5) have proved to be popular.”

Contemporary: Piccadilly from Cinnamon Aitch
“The simple illustrated designs are embellished with foiled and gems – very sophisticated and stylish.”

Contemporary: Sara Miller London from The Art File

“Luxurious and elegant with a wonderful use of colour and foil finishing, and gorgeous imagery based on animals and flowers.”

Sara Miller’s distinctive artwork and rich palette are enhanced by embossed foiling on the cards from The Art File.
Sara Miller’s distinctive artwork and rich palette are enhanced by embossed foiling on the cards from The Art File.

Giftwrappings: Sara Miller London from Penny Kennedy  

“The wrap and bags from Sara Miller complement the cards we have in store. We love that the wrap comes in rolls as well as individual sheets and it has been a huge success for us.”

Ancillary: Pebbles from East Of India

“Very tactile and with perfect sentiments. We have these next to the till point and are constantly re-ordering.”

Pick-up: Mini Alphabooks from That Company Called If

“The perfect pick up as they suit everyone. The shaped notebook is available in a variety of designs to suit all ages, both male and female.”

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