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What’s Hot in Paper Moon, Glasgow?

Paper Moon is a small shop, based in the Scottish city of Glasgow. The shop’s owner Irene Mackenzie shares what products are going down well with her customer base.

Cute

Love Unlimited from Pigment

“The collection has quite a lot of ‘To a Friend’ captions, which is a popular send in this area.”

Above: A design from popular Pigment range, Love Unlimited.
Above: A design from popular Pigment range, Love Unlimited.

Humour

Etched, Fleet Street, Animal Antics from Pigment

“The humour isn’t too rude and yet still very amusing.”

Photographic

Every Picture and Life Is Sweet from Icon

“A lovely photograph complemented with sentiment makes a good mix.”

Above: The perfect combo of sentiment and fun photographic imagery, Icon’s Life Is Sweet range.
Above: The perfect combo of sentiment and fun photographic imagery, Icon’s Life Is Sweet range.

Art

Matthew Williamson from Museums & Galleries

“Some people know of the designer Matthew Williamson, but even if they don’t they just like the bright contemporary cards.”

Contemporary

General from The Curious Inksmith (Ling)

“Appealing to younger customers, the range has a number of occasions, birthday and ‘just because’ sends.”

Above: The Curious Inksmith range has recently expanded with 34 new open cards and 10 new relations designs.
Above: The Curious Inksmith range has recently expanded with 34 new open cards and 10 new relations designs.

Traditional

Across The Board from Words ‘n’ Wishes

“The designs go down well because of the sentiment verse; Glasgow people like their verses!”

Handmade/Hand-Finished

Top Of The World Cards from Me&McQ

“Gorgeous 3D designs – such as a birdcage, ice-cream van, coral reef – that are very intricate. At £3.99 retail, they are very affordable for a hand-finished card.”

Above: Gorgeous 3D cards from Me&McQ.
Above: Gorgeous 3D cards from Me&McQ.

Ancillary

Bug Art bone china mugs from East West

“I sell the cards as well so the special looking mugs complement them, which, just like the card designs, also have gold coloured finishes.”

Top: The cute and quirky Paper Moon in Glasgow.

 

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