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Home & Gift preview Vibrant, colourful collections


Exciting times ahead for UK Based illustrator/designer, Delphine Cubitt (Home & Gift Stand H44), after enjoying sales success with USA based companies including International Greetings, Tri Coastal. The company is pleased to announce the launch of her first three ranges of everyday and Christmas cards together with complementing aprons, teatowels, and oven gloves. Visit the stand to experience a warm welcome and preview these vibrant and colourful collections. Visit: www.delphinecubitt.com t: 01539 824199


Wooden postcards


Timbergram (Home & Gift Stand H55) was founded in February 2012 and is based in London. The company sells wooden postcards and art prints, and has found great success across the UK and further afield in mainland Europe and around the world. You can find out more on Timbergram’s website and ask any questions by emailing. Visit: www.timbergram.com e: team@timbergram.com


Something different


The DM Collection (Home & Gift Stand H8) is a unique range of decorative animal cards. The design inside each creature is a depiction of its natural habitat. These interiors are very much inspired by Japanese prints and vintage Chinese wall paper. Daniel Mackie, the designer behind the range is an award winning artist. If you are looking for something different then you have found it. Visit the stand in the Greetings and Stationery hall at Harrogate. Visit: www.thedmcollection.com t: 07808923371


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