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Monster fun AFTER a very busy few months


No washing up – guaranteed! WIDDOP Bingham is moving in to a completely new area with their latest partnership with card and stationery publisher Think of Me. Widdop has licensed the Kiddiwinks range, a strong, colourful, contemporary design which is based on the loves and interests of children including dinosaurs, trains, butterfl ies and fairytale castles. As well as the traditional giftware, money boxes, frames and albums, Widdop will be offering disposable children’s party ware, guaranteeing no washing up with the paper plates, cups, hats and bunting.


Stand B1 – T: 0161 688 1200 www.widdop.co.uk


designing, Ryland Studios have four new ranges on show at Harrogate. The masculine designs of Recycled Monsters have a real edgy feel and show quirky little monsters cooking, doing DIY. and hogging the remote as well as driving tractors, partying and drinking beer! Recycled Chickens is a blank art range showing different breeds of chickens in the house visual signature. This range followed on from the interest Ryland Studios received last year when they shared pictures on Facebook of their rare breed chicks from the incubator. Both 155x155mm ranges have 12 designs. are printed on 100 per cent recycled board and packed with recycled envelopes at £1.99 RRP. After customer requests, young numbers ranges have fi nally been developed with Number Monsters for boys and Fairy Numbers for girls. Both have ages one to six, featuring the same number of characters as the age, and the 155x155mm designs are printed on linen-fi nish board with ribbed kraft envelopes at £1.99 RRP.


Stand H83 – T: 01402 61745 www.rylandstudios.co.uk


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