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spotlight A selection of this month’s latest releases


● WILDLIFE art card publishers The Robert Fuller Gallery have launched a new range of greetings cards featuring detailed studies and sketches of British birds and animals. The range


consists of four new designs featuring barn owls, lapwings, and hares and the individually-wrapped 210x150mm or


150x210mm cards are individually wrapped and sold in sixes or 12s. T: 01759 368355 www.robertefuller.com


● READY for spring Fizz have added 12 designs to their Modern Vintage range, making a total of 36 all featuring the photographic work of Ros Berryman. Some images are produced as fi ne art prints which can be seen on the website and trade orders for the 150x150mm blank cards, cello-wrapped with brown kraft envelope, can be placed online. T: 01934 632035 www.fi zzstudio.co.uk


● BLUES, greens, pinks and yellow – new from Sarah Sherington are these cards with blank insides for all occasions for boys and girls in packs of fi ve.


Plus there are thank you


cards in four different colours in packs of four and great party Invitations with soldier and red mouse designs. All cards come with envelopes. www.sarahsherrington.com


gifts spotlight A selection of the latest gift releases and deals


● STONEGLOW’S new Occasions candles are irresistibly cute, the bright colourful labels featuring all those essential gifting occasions such as Happy Birthday, Thank You Teacher, Mum You’re A Superstar and Love You Loads And Loads. They’re sure to catch the eye and, fragranced with a popular Clean Cotton scent, smell lovely too. Presented in a trendy kraft box and priced at only £5.00 RRP, they make a perfect till point item. T: 020 8595 8878 www.stoneglowcandles.co.uk


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● A LOVING couple are like two peas in a pod, and Love Bites: Food For Thought And Other Appetizing Sentiments illustrates the quirks, whimsies, isms, kinks, idiosyncrasies, eccentricities, peculiarities, and funny moments of life as a couple through the medium of food. From chocolate bars, marshmallows, and cupcakes, to hot chilies, pickles, and sushi, in his fi rst book Symetria’s Ben Joel Price serves up a delightful collection of sweet, silly, and sometimes spicy phrases for couples in any stage of infatuation. Love Bites is perfect for all the lovers, foodies, and foodie lovers out there – a perfect Valentine’s gift pick-up. www.skyhorsepublishing.com


● LUXURY hand-poured candles from Sophie Allport are made in England and have been specially developed to create the optimum burn time and the best fragrance release. Made using high-quality mineral wax to achieve a long, clean and even burn, blended with a high-quality fragrance, it will burn for up to 40 hours while gently perfuming your room. The neutral white candle is beautifully displayed in a clear glass tumbler embossed with the scent name in Sophie’s signature handwriting.


Each candle is presented individually cello- wrapped in a high-quality grey gift box making a perfect personal gift for any occasion. T: 0845 1077 866 www.sophieallport.com


● NIGEL Quiney Publications are launching a brand new range called Stitch in 2014 with 24 cards designed by Cheryl Roberts using embroidery and stitchwork to create a layered 3D-effect on a linen-style background. There are 12 very feminine general birthday designs featuring fl owers, presents, balloons, cats and dogs. There are a further 12 designs with embroidered text titles for occasions and relations including baby, get well and wedding, along with mum, sister and nan. Each 150x150mm design is blank inside


and printed on linen-embossed board with vibrant, fresh colours and jewel-pearlised attachments and embossing. The colours are vibrant and fresh. Each card is cello wrapped with a pearlescent envelope and gold foil Nigel Quiney Publication label, and the range is price coded at C75 JJ, with a £2.50 RRP. T: 01799 514122 www.nigelquiney.com


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