What’s Hot?…in Forget Me Not, Faversham

Forget Me Not in Faversham.
Forget Me Not in Faversham.

Jeanette Brown, owner of Forget Me Not, based in the historic market town of Faversham in Kent, reveals her hot sellers in her shop.

 

Humour: Alison’s Animals from Splimple

“These are fun designs that capture the funny behaviour of animals – that people can relate to with their own pets.”

 

Alison’s Animals from Splimple captures the antics and characteristics of our pets.
Alison’s Animals from Splimple captures the antics and characteristics of our pets.

Humour: Wordies from Splimple

“Clever and funny and a bit tongue-in cheek.”

 

Humour: General funny cards from Country Cards

“Rural humour; the funny scrapes of country driving, farming and country life.”

 

Humour: Ladies Who Love Life from Berni Parker

Fun designs feature in the Ladies Who Love Life range from Berni Parker.
Fun designs feature in the Ladies Who Love Life range from Berni Parker.

“These appeal to more mature ladies and their friends. They’re lovely cards that just sell.”

 

Art: General from Rothbury Publishing

“Traditional style artwork of vintage steam trains, cars and planes. Good for male to male sends.”

‘Watching the Train’ from Rothbury Publishing’s selection of vintage steam trains.
‘Watching the Train’ from Rothbury Publishing’s selection of vintage steam trains.

 

Traditional: Across the board from Cardigan Cards

“These are one of our best sellers, the quality cards have nice inserts and lots of heartfelt words. Customers feel like they’re getting good value.”

 

Traditional: General from IC&G

IC&G has a great variety of occasions and relations designs.
IC&G has a great variety of occasions and relations designs.

“The variety and prices are good and the service is great, but then so are all the publishers we deal with.”

 

Traditional: General from Words ‘n’ Wishes

“The designs and expressions of the words are lovely and there’s a great choice of occasions and relations captions.”

 

Traditional: Decoupage, All The Rage, Help For Heroes from Noel Tatt

“These sell really well. First-rate designs and good value. On the Help For Heroes range, customers like it that some of the money from the sale goes to the charity.”

 

Children’s: Jellybeans from Grass Roots

“From grandson, granddaughter to great grandson and great nieces (ages 1 to 10), there’s a fantastic offering of juvenile relations birthday designs.”

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