A little autumn sale ...
Ahhh shucks ... it really is Autumn isn't it .... Despite our best efforts to ignore Summer's retreat, we have to face facts that picnics in the park and warm, sunny evening cocktails have gone for this year .. but hurrah for misty, smokey, spooky days and glorious trees!
We are busy designing and making our new festive items and we need some space ... so we running a little seasonal sale!
We say little as we only have a limited number of sale items! We mainly print to order and so do not hold a large amount of pre-printed stock. We literally only have 3 or 4 of each item ... so if you fancy any of them, we would suggest you snap them up fast! Check them our below ...
It's a great opportunity to get ahead with the Christmas shopping ... ahem ... we didn't really mention the 'C' word then ... no no no ... !!
Oh, and do enjoy a super spooky autumn! We certainly plan on doing so!
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