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Spring Fair preview Personalised homeware


With demand growing for unique homeware, the Personalised Memento Company (Spring Fair Hall 4 Stand E90 - F91) offers the UK’s largest range of personalised homeware. With a range of original designs, PMC’s collection of cushion covers are suitable for all occasions including birthdays, wedding and house warming. PMC produces and drop-ships all items to order. Visit: www.personalisedmemento.co.uk t: 01782 744 900


Long lasting room fragrance Magical Disney Moments


With all the principle Disney characters represented in the range, Magical Moments is a quality collectable collection from Widdop Bingham (Spring Fair Hall 4 Stand G10-J11) appealing to all Disney lovers. The heritage and magic of Disney are captured in this unique range of figurines with the prototype for each piece hand modelled. Short listed for The Giftware Association’s Gift of the Year awards. Visit: www.widdop.co.uk t: 0161 688 1226


The Greenleaf Scented Sachet is the ultimate home fragrance from Heart of the Country (Spring Fair Hall 4 Stand C42-D43). Made using essential oils and recycled paper, the sachet will fragrance a room for up to four months. With no naked flame, no spills or breakages why bother burning a candle, diffusing with reeds or pumping a spray? Just remove the sachet from its cellophane and leave the sachet to release its fragrance. RRP £3.50. Visit: www.HeartoftheCountryLtd.co.uk t: 01543 481612


Sentiment says it all


Arora Design’s (Spring Fair Hall 5 Stand A03) Said with Sentiment brand has several line extensions and two new ranges this Spring. Top selling tea light holders will see Grandparent, Good Luck, Happiness and Wife added whilst the Gift Sets have an additional four sentiments - Daughter, Happy Birthday, Thank You and New Home. In 2016 a new loose mug range features ten sentiments in gift sets. Also, a collection of eight ceramic tea light holders. Jigsaw wall art impresses with many consumers building their family trees. e: sales@arora-design.co.uk t: 01386 861666


From fairies to pirates


Believe You Can (Spring Fair Hall 6, Stand R40) offers exclusively designed gifts for all ages, relations and occasions… including Fairy Daughter, Friendship Fairy, Guardian Angel, Good Luck, Fairy Dream-catcher and more. Also, a new range of fairy doors, family quote fairies, ballerinas, pirates and also embellished tutus. All come with a poem (many can be personalised) and a story about the Fair Trade producers. Visit: www.believe-you-can.com t: 01273 273500


90 Giftware Review & Home Interiors January / February 2016


Tilnar Art’s RSPB collection


Fair Trade Supplier, Tilnar Art (Spring Fair Hall 4 Stand F01) is proud to announce its link with the RSPB and expanded range of RSPB branded metal birds. The collection, together with 100s of other new products, will be launched at Spring Fair. The stunning sculptures in the metal bird range are handmade by a group of artists from Zimbabwe. All come with a product tag with pictures of the artists and details of how the products are made. Visit: www.tilnarart.co.uk t: 01277 362 815


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