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22 Giftware Review July/August 2014 www.giftwarereview.net Greetings & Stationery Greetings from the Garden


Fresh enthusiasm for gardening is sweeping the country - everything from rose cultivation to vegetable growing. And it was at the recent PG Live


exhibition that we found publisher, Ezen and the Chelsea Flower range that was purposely launched with garden centres in mind. Director David Werheim said: “While at


Spring Fair we noticed a significant number of


...new cards inspired by gardens...


corners. Brown ribbed envelopes evoke the rustic feel of garden centres and each has symbolisms of the featured flower explained on the back. David said special sentiments make


each card particularly pertinent for the recipient. “Our cards are chosen not just for ‘being pretty’ but with a depth that goes beyond your average greetings card,” he said. Ezen also offers other ranges including Best of British, a Vintage range featuring art


people apparently looking, but not finding, the product that matched their requirements. We thought there was a need for a range of cards to suit this demand and got busy producing our Chelsea Flower range.” All the cards are produced on FSC (forest


management eco aware) paper stock. They are hand finished with rounded corners to take away the edge of mass-produced


For every occasion


The Personalised Memento Company is one of the leaders in supplying gorgeous gifts for Kids. The company’s range of gifts covers every occasion, all personalised and despatched on a quick, drop-ship service. PMC has an extensive range of pencils and cases available in a range of colours and designs. With every gift personalised to order with a name, they are a sure hit. Each pencil set includes a motif from footballs to hearts, perfect for every personality. Visit: www.personalisedmemento.co.uke: sales@personalisedmemento.co.uk


deco posters, Funny Animals and more. We also liked Happy Nut Creations – an


exciting new publisher offering original, hand-illustrated greeting cards to make people smile printed on FSC board; Meagan Brown - a fledgling publisher of whimsical colourful cards; Linda Wood – offering brand new designs in the Botanica range using a lovely botanical drawing style teamed with fanciful, brightly coloured creatures.


Unique range Sandscript Cards


Greeting Cards by hand, written in the sand Audio Cards also available: Hear the sound of the sea and seagulls when the cards are opened


Contact: Stephen Yates www.sandscriptcards.co.uk info@sandscriptcards.co.uk Tel: 07860 569140


Fantastic reaction


Juicy Lucy is proud to present her new collection of ‘Joyful Jotters’. Printed in the UK, this collection of ten notepads come in a variety of sizes, styles and price. “I have had a fantastic reaction with people roaring with laughter at the cheeky list pads”, said Lucy. “The practical and beautiful A4 ‘week to view’ planner has flown out, and we have some really fun ‘to do’ lists, for people to give to their partners, kids or colleagues.” www.juicylucydesigns.com 0844 586 7477


Sandscript Cards extends its unique range of Greetings Cards with messages written in the sand or on driftwood. As well as the standard cards there is a collection of Audio Cards – hear the sound of the sea and seagulls when the cards are opened. Each card is different as the beach provides an ever changing canvas and the range appeals to both male and female consumers. All cards are individually wrapped in cello bags and are available in large format (150 x 150mm) with selected cards also offered in a smaller format (105 x 105mm). Visit: www.sandscriptcards.co.uk t: 07860 569140


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