Friday, 22 April 2011

shop update + giveaway

a new range of love cards named 'world series' have been added to the shoppe to include library style cards with pull out library cards made from vintage pages based on our customer favourites. and some more of my personal favourite vintage globe cards. take a look here.
another customer favourite back in the shoppe are the 'scrapbooks in a matchbox'. this time they have a much more authentic feel as they now have vintage typewriter quotes added along with various vintage paper ephemera. these 'world series' travel inspired scrapbooks are the perfect alternative to the traditional greetings card. you can customise them yourself with tiny photos and personal messages or let your recipient add their own. you can view these here.

another new item added to the shoppe are these larger sized paper packs. the paper ranges from the 1920's to the 1970's and features anatomical diagrams, sepia toned book pages, geographical pages and colourful children's book pages. ideal for 
scrap-bookers,crafters and anyone who loves old books and paper.
you can view them here. also we have smaller paper packs available too here.


i am giving away one of each of these new items -


simply visit the shoppe and leave a comment back here
on your favorite item from the shop.


Twitter or Facebook about this give-away. come back and comment with the link!


come back here and leave a comment letting me know which site you follow for an extra entry!

this contest is open to anyone around the globe and ends on Friday 29th April at 12pm GMT. the winner can choose one of each of the stated items from those availiable in the shop at the time of winning. please check back after the 29th April to find out if you are the winner!

{SPECIAL DISCOUNT CODE} if you enter the contest by following the details above you will automatically be legible for 15% off your next purchase in the shoppe - simply enter WORLDSERIES during checkout to redeem your discount voucher.

Good luck guys and have a lovely Easter weekend!


while creating these items with the world theme, i didn't realise that it is actually Earth Day tomorrow. Earth Day was introduced to inspire awareness and appreciation for the Earth's natural environment and the first ever Earth day was way back in 1970! to find out more about Earth Day click here.