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Spring Fair preview Colouring books for adults


New this Spring are the Personalised Memento Company’s (PMC) (Spring Fair Hall 4 Stand E90 – F91) range of personalised colouring books for adults. PMC is remaining on trend and embracing the recent surge in popularity for fun and relaxing colouring books for grown- ups. Mesmerising geometric patterns and stunning levels of intricate detail. Visit: www.personalisedmemento.co.uk t: 01782 744 900


Nourishing hand creams


Heyland & Whittle’s (Spring Fair Hall 4 Stand A39) rich and aromatic hand creams are delicately fragranced to nourish, soften and soothe the skin all year round and are the perfect handbag size. There are three scents available: nourishing Neroli & Rose to intoxicate the senses; calming Citrus & Lavender which leaves hands feeling velvety and indulged. Finally, uplifting Greentea & Grapefruit to leave hands silky smooth. Visit: www.heylandandwhittle.co.uk t: 01293863606


Rustic and modern


Juliana is the signature name behind an exhaustive range of giftware from the classic and collectible to the quirky and abstract offered by Widdop Bingham (Hall 4 Stand G10-J11). Country Living by Juliana is a quintessential country range comprising gifts for gardeners and outside the home such as wall plaques, vases and decorative jars. The range blends the rural rusticity of country living with high quality, modern design. Visit: www.widdop.co.uk t: 0161 688 1226


76 Giftware Review & Home Interiors January / February 2016


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