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Megan Eyles, owner of Peppertrees in Northampton talks about the best selling card ranges in her shop

Peppertrees is a small card and gift shop in a town centre with a locals and tourists customer base.

Twinkling with glitter, a Sparkle design from Always Sparkle
Twinkling with glitter, a Sparkle design from Always Sparkle

Everyday: Blue Eyed Sun (Crochet Critters)
“Such fun designs in this range – the adults love them just as much as the kids!”

Contemporary: Megan Claire (Pink Champagne)
“Simple designs with rose gold foiled text. I struggle to keep these cards in stock, you just can’t go wrong with this range.”

Contemporary: Always Sparkle (Sparkle)
“Great cards for anyone who loves a bit of sparkle – one of my personal favourites.”

Handmade/Hand-finished: Wendy Jones-Blackett (Cloud Nine)
“My best-selling range of large cards; they get more and more popular by the day.”

Handmade/Hand-finished: Counting Stars (Crazy Stupid Life)
“Soooo popular! They are so simple and amazing that people just forget about the price!”

A Crazy Stupid Life design from Counting Stars
A Crazy Stupid Life design from Counting Stars

Handmade/Hand-finished: Wendy Jones-Blackett (Quicksilver)
“I can guarantee you would sell a number of this range a day. Great designs, lots to choose from and a great mark-up too.”

Children’s: Rachel Ellen (Wonky World)
“Fun and colourful age cards.”

Giftwrapping: Unique Paper Co (Glitter)
“This wrap is so popular with all ages and it looks amazing when used! The collection has the best range of colours I have found by a mile.”

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