• Can social media help independent retailers be more successful?

    Posted by Mark on 03/05/17

    Hi everyone,

    The card industry, as you all know, is a great place. We've got a couple of great trade publications - Greetings Today and Progressive Greetings.

    A couple of weeks ago I was very thrilled to be asked to contribute to Greetings Today's regular 'On the Shop Front' as a guest columnist.

    Hope you enjoy!

    Thanks

    Mrs PM

    Card featuring Cutty Sark Greenwich Cutty Sark - Greenwich

    Yesterday, as I walked past the Cutty Sark in Greenwich, home to the  our newest shop, I felt pretty luck.  Lucky that we’d had the good fortune to find a site in such a great part of London and lucky that the people in the area seemed to like what we are doing!

    The history of trading runs deep in Greenwich and while the Cutty Sark may be the only ship left standing that spirit lives on helped enormously by the work of Greenwich Hospital, the crown charity that owns and runs the Greenwich Estate which incorporates the town centre we’re now part of.  Over the last few years they’ve not only pumped money into improving the look and feel of the area, including a beautiful refit of Greenwich Market, they’ve also spent time curating a selection of shops to bring personality back to their high street and entice in new shoppers from surrounding areas.

    Creating this sort of appeal isn’t easy and in most cases involves a lot of co-operative working but with the high street facing all sorts of challenges from increased business rate and price hikes to the ever growing appeal of online shopping, it’s more important than ever that we do all we can to promote shopping locally.

    Research tells us that consumers today want speed, convenience and choice. Online shopping has without doubt given them this but one thing it can never replicate is the shopping experience. That thrill of seeing something you want, buying it and leaving with it there and then.

    So how do we get more people in our shops, buying our products? By going online of course! I know, I know we’ve all heard it before and I’d think most of us with customer facing business would

    Interior Postmark Greenwich Postmark Greenwich

    agree, it sounds like a great idea.  Do a bit of social media, increase awareness of our business, increase sales. But for many of us the lack of experience or time to get to grips with it is a real turn off.

    Personally, even though I’d spent seven years working as a press officer for the Mayor of London before I left to run Postmark with my husband Mark, I was pretty daunted by the task of putting some life into our social media.

    I didn’t know my regram from my retweet and I felt intimidated by what people might think of what I was posting.  Luckily for me I got some sound advice from the lovely Jamie at Ohh Deer around this time who said the only way to learn is to do it but once you start you need to keep it up.

    Pretty good advice as it turned out and I now enjoy doing social media. So if you’re thinking about it, just do it, but be realistic. There’s no point firing off a hundred tweets in your first week and then saying nothing for months.  One or two posts a week across all platforms is better than none at all. Spend some time following people you’re interested in or who are active online and live in your area. Follow your local media, campaign groups like Save our High Street, anyone from the card and gift industry, your MP, your local Mumsnet, but most important write about things you like and are interested in. It doesn’t all have to be sell, sell , sell.  Let people know what you’re doing, be natural and just get involved.

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    But does it work? For us the answers is yes. We now regularly get customers coming to shops who’ve found us through social media (and that’s the ones who tell us!) and it’s also helped us to create a real buzz around some of our instore campaigns especially ‘Feel Good Friday’, where we invite people to send a card to anyone in the UK for free once a month, just because, without spending a penny on advertising.

    Our high streets are changing. Yes there are challenges but there are also lots of things to shout about, the amazing array of independent shops, the interesting and eclectic product ranges,  the great customer service and if that’s not worth a tweet I don’t know what is.

  • Introducing.....Hotchpotch

    Posted by Mark on 23/04/17

    Card from the Hello Neon range from Hotchpotch cards Hello Neon from Hotchpotch

    At Postmark we're often asked who designs our lovely cards?  As we stock over a thousand products designed by lots of different people – we thought it would be an interesting idea to take a closer look at our suppliers and see how they started.

    Continue our series of behind the scenes Q&A's this month we head over to the award-winning Hotchpotch cards and say 'Hello' to Anna Price (Head of Design), Helen Wallace (Senior Designer) and Emma Pearce (Senior Designer) as we talk getting started in the card industry, design and pyjamas!

    Have you all always always worked in the card industry?
    Yes we’ve all been in the card industry since graduating. Whilst at university we studied different subjects including Graphics, Fashion and Textiles.

    Pin badge cards from the Flair collection, Hotchpotch cards Pin badge cards (Flair)

     

    What was your motivation to go into greeting cards?
    The freedom of creativity, illustrating, and seeing our designs out there in store.

    Describe Hotchpotch in less than 50 words.
    We create beautiful, luxury cards, stationery and gift wrap. Our award-winning design team are based in our charming London studio and we proudly print and hand assemble all our greeting cards in the UK.

     

    Card from the Luxe birthday card range Hotchpotch Birthday cards with serious style

    When it comes to business what would you say is your greatest strength?

    Our multi-award winning design team is our biggest strength.

    How does your design process work?
    We produce all our artwork in house; we start with a seed of an idea and play around with illustration techniques, then we work up designs by hand or straight onto the mac. We give equal thought to the caption, lettering and layout.

     

     

    Its not just cards, Hotchpotch stationery for some seriously hot writing notes Write it down - Hotchpotch stationery

    If you weren’t involved in the card industry, what would you be?

    Emma – I’ve always wanted to work in design so if not in cards then potentially kids clothing or childrens books.
    Anna – I love design, but if I wasn’t a designer, I’d still want to be creative in some way, I’ve always thought I’d be good at cutting & styling hair!
    Helen – I would love to work with horses.

     

    Who would play in a movie of your life and why?

    Emma – Ellen Page - grungey and cool.
    Anna – Gwyneth Paltrow or Michelle Pfeiffer – funny and sophisticated
    Helen – Jennifer Love Hewitt – super cool

    Not just for birthdays, cards for all occasions from Hotchpotch cards Cards for all occasions

    What’s your favourite way to relax?

    Emma – Eating out.
    Anna - doesn't relax!
    Helen –pyjamas!

     

    If you won 4 VIP tickets to any city in the world, which would it be?

    Emma – Tokyo.
    Anna – New York.
    Helen – Macchu Picchu – lost city!

    Hello Neon pencils as featured in the Mail on Sunday, Hotchpotch Top me up - Hello Neon pencils

    What’s your idea of food heaven and food hell?
    Emma: Heaven – Cheese. Hell - Cloves
    Anna: Heaven – 3 course brunch. Hell - Macdonalds
    Helen: Heaven – Icecream. Hell - Olives

    And finally what advice would you give someone thinking of getting into the card industry?
    After graduation you have to be design-savvi and produce commercial work in order to be able to make a living from it - whether its freelance or for a publisher. The digital revolution certainly makes it far easier to network and break into the design world though. The greetings card industry is a small one, and it doesn’t take long to get to know your peers/competitors and make industry friends. Create something original and different to stand out from everyone else!

    Thanks guys, that was great.

    If you'd like to check out Hotchpotch's award-winning designs head over to the Hotchpotch brand page and take a look around, you won't be disappointed.

    Until next time

    Mrs PM

  • Spring fresh at Postmark Online

    Posted by Mark on 18/04/17

    Spring has definitely sprung in London town. The cherry blossoms are swirling around and the wisteria is adding a pop of  purple in the most unexpected places.

    At this time of the year I'm always more drawn to our floral art cards. They seem to sit a little more brightly on the shelves as if to say 'we're here, it's our time'.

    Here are a few of my favourites

    'Spring 1930's' Warner Textile Archive 'Spring 1930's' Warner Textile Archive

    Aptly named 'Spring 1930's' this beautiful card is taken from the second largest collection of flat textiles in Britain, the Warner Textile Archive. Located in Braintree, Essex, it holds an inspiring and unique collection of more than 60,000 textiles, 10,000 paper designs, pattern books, record books, photographs and documentary material and tells the history of one of the nation's great textile companies.  The proceeds from the sale of this card contribute to the conservation of the Archive so you not only get a beautiful card you help to preserve history as well - double win!

     

    Kim Parker 'Yellow Sunflower' Kim Parker 'Yellow Sunflower'

    A bright and bold card from New York designer Kim Parker, this sunny card is the perfect way to brighten up anyone's day.

    Canns Down Press - Nasturtiums and pear Canns Down Press 'Nasturtiums and pear'

    A lovely bright card from the guys at Canns Down Press, a small family run business who have been publishing contemporary art as cards since the 1980s.  The image on this card has been taken from 'Nasturtiums and Pear', an oil painting by Vanessa Bowman and really pops with colour

    A beautiful handmade card by Esmie using silk screen printing paper with a gold accent screen. Each card is lovingly handmade, truly unique and inspiring. Esmie

    A beautiful handmade card by Esmie using silk screen printing paper with a gold accent screen. Featuring cherry blossoms this card, like all Esmie cards are lovingly handmade in the UK.

    Like to see more of our floral cards then head over to our Art section and take a browse.

    Until next time

    Mrs PM

     

  • Introducing.....Wendy Jones Blackett

    Posted by Postmark on 21/03/17

    At Postmark we're often asked who designs our lovely cards?  As we stock over a thousand products designed by lots of different people – we thought it would be an interesting idea to take a closer look at our suppliers and see how they started.

    This month we say 'Hello' to Wendy Jones-Blackett, the owner and designer of Wendy Jones-Blackett and their fantastic award winning cards!

    So lets see how it all started for Wendy.....

     Have you always worked in the card industry? WJB LOGO

    No, my first job was with a giftware company in Devon, painting and later designing gardening-based gifts for the likes of Laura Ashley and Pier 1.

    What was your motivation to go into business?

    I like being my own boss! In the beginning I really put long hours in, and reaped the rewards. My time at work is less now but more concentrated on production and design work.

    What was the biggest hurdle you had to jump to set up your business?

    It was a very gentle start and the company has grown steadily year-on-year. The biggest leap is going from working at home to getting premises and hiring staff - more pressure! Luckily that hasn’t stifled creativity.

    wjb 50Describe your business in less than 50 words

    Wendy Jones-Blackett Ltd is a British design-led greetings card company, established in 2001 and based in Yorkshire. Our cards are all designed by Wendy (me!) and are hand finished at our studios in Leeds. We are also very proud to have won three ‘Henries’ awards (the Oscars of the industry) over the last 8 years!

    When it comes to business what would you say is your biggest weakness and your greatest strength?

    My personal weakness is people - I love chatting and meeting new people when really I should be in a quiet room designing! So, easily distracted. My greatest strength is realising this and managing my time so that I get the essential design time and also the social aspects of the business.

    How do you find the artists you work with?

    I don’t work with any other artists, but I do like helping out with the Ladder Club Facebook page when I can, and I’ve done a bit of mentoring with newcomers.

    Do you design in-house? If so how does this process work?

    Yes it’s all done in-house. I draw my ideas in sketch books and then turn them into card designs on an iMac, which can be used to split them into print and finish layers for the printers. There’s usually a six week wait before we get the actual cards back, as metal dies have to be made for each design, and then they go in to the studio to be hand finished.

    If you weren’t involved in the card industry, what would you be?

    After spending 5 years at Art College in Architectural Metalwork and 3D metal design, I’d quite like to go back into that! I’d also like to try ceramics and glass.

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    Reece Witherspoon has been mentioned as I’m a bit fluffy on the outside…

    What’s your favourite way to relax?

    Walking my dogs - Bramble the Golden Retriever and Whiskey the German Shepherd. They’re adorable!

    If you won 4 VIP tickets to any city in the world, which would it be and who would you take?

    Australia is on my ‘hit list’ - I’ve never been - so it’d have to be Sydney with my husband and two boys. We would catch up with old friends.

    What’s your idea of food heaven and food hell?

    I love French and Japanese food, and fine dining. There’s very little I don’t like unless it’s badly cooked (although I was recently served a cold, haddock-based version of Angel Delight as a starter…not to my taste!)

    And finally what advice would you give someone thinking of getting into the card industry?

    Do it! It’s great.

    Thank you Wendy, what a  great insight into the world of an award winning card designer!

     

    Until next time,

    Mrs PM

  • Postmark Greenwich in the news

    Posted by Mark on 14/03/17

    It's been a busy few weeks since we threw open the doors of Postmark Greenwich. The response from our new customers has been amazing and we're really loving our new area.

    We've also had some great feedback from the industry, including pieces  in both Greetings Today and Progressive Greetings which have made us both blush a little bit!

    Thanks to everyone for all their support,  we really appreciate it!

    Mrs PM

    Stamping Postmark on city

    Growth continues as Mark and Leona add fourth store to their independent empire


    THE GREEN shoots of growth are obvious when you visit Postmark’s latest shop – as the huge ornamental tree in the middle of the Greenwich store really grabs the attention.

    Owners Mark and Leona Janson-Smith have been celebrating the opening of the fourth shop in their growing South London independent greetings empire, with the new one just a few hundred yards from the historic Cutty Sark joining their Chiswick, Balham and Dulwich outlets, as well as the online store.
    And, in keeping with their policy, the new shop has an official red post box inside – but there’s the added attraction of a special franking label and Mark said: “It will adorn every piece of post sent from Postmark Greenwich.
    “As we’re set in historic Meantime Greenwich, it really will be like sending your post from the beginning of time!
    The celebration on Thursday, March 2, saw publishers including Manchester-based Paper Salad, The Art File from Nottingham, and London’s Paperlink and Caroline Gardner join the staff, agents, family, and friends, and came four weeks after the store opened its doors and as the Postmark Feel Good Friday initiative has really begun to take off.
    Started by Mark and Leona in the autumn, on the last Friday each month customers are allowed to pick a card from the selection, write it and post it in-store, all completely free – the only criteria is that it must be to say hello, not to mark a birthday.
    “This month has been fabulous,” added Mark, pictured top with Leona and his dad Patrick (more images are available on the Greetings Today Facebook page), “people think you’re after something but it really is just to let them say hello to friends or family, and create a Feel Good Friday.”
    Having thanked everyone for helping with moving the business forward since first opening in Balaham in 2004, Mark said: “We’re really pleased with the new shop – we didn’t know what to expect because it’s a bit of a tourist area so we thought we might be relying on weekends for trade, but it’s been phenomenal so far.
    “The new Postmark will have everything you'd expect – amazing card selection, wrap, ribbons and bags and our postal service – as well as an expanded selection of pens, pencils and Jellycat toys that will live on the very special centrepiece in the shop. The amazing Jellycat tree is delighting old and young.
    “But my favourite thing about the Greenwich shop is the chute – we think it used to be a pub so it’s the old barrel chute and when giftwrap deliveries come in they all go straight down into the storage area.
    “When my son comes over on a Saturday he asks if he can slide down the chute – of course I let him!”

    Postmark Greenwich as featured in this month's Progressive Greetings. Postmark Greenwich as featured in this month's Progressive Greetings.
  • We're loving Greenwich!

    Posted by Mark on 23/02/17

    We only opened the doors at Postmark Greenwich three weeks ago but already we're loving our new area and our new customers - thanks guys for making us feel so welcome!

    Postmark Greenwich is open!

    It was a bit full on at the end but we managed to get the doors open and so far the response has been great.  We've got this amazing Jellycat tree which is delighting old and young and there are just so many lovely pens to choose from I can't make up my own mind what I want.

    Thanks again to everyone for all their good wishes - we feel very welcome!

     

    Mrs PM

  • Postmark is coming to Greenwich!

    Posted by Mark on 26/01/17

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    Postmark is coming to Greenwich

    POSTMARK COMES TO GREENWICH!

    We're super excited about the upcoming opening of our new shop in Greenwich next week!

    The shop at 12 Nelson road has been a hive of activity upstairs and down with a whole refurb going on.

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    Set in historic meantime Greenwich the new Postmark will have everything you'd expect - amazing card selection, wrap, ribbons and bags and our postal service - as well as an expanded selection of pens, pencils and Jellycat toys that will live on a very special centre piece in the shop.

    We've also designed a special Greenwich franking label that will adorn every piece of post sent from Postmark Greenwich - it really will be like sending your post from the beginning of time.

    You can post all your letters and parcels from Postmark Greenwich

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    There seems to be a great sense of community in the area and we're really looking forward to getting those doors open next week.

    Mrs Postmark

  • Thank you most kindly!

    Posted by Mark on 04/01/17

    Happy New Year everyone! Hope you had a lovely Christmas and lots of festive merriment was had. Things are just getting back to normal here at Postmark HQ. The stockrooms are returning to normal levels and we can actually move around again - hurrah!

    Now that all the excitement of Christmas is over it's time to start thinking about saying 'Thank you' for all those lovely presents. In our house this mainly involves getting my son to sit down and write his Thank yous while coaxing his three year old sister to scribble a picture on hers.

    There are so many lovely thank you cards out there but for this time of year I always opted for a pack of Thank you cards as it's great value and there are so many great designs to choose from.

    For me I'll be opting for this beautiful box of Peter Pauper Thank you cards with gold spots, sophisticated yet subtle just like me (ha!)

    Peter Pauper white with gold spots thank you card pack -  £9.50 for a box of 14 Peter Pauper £9.50 for a box of 14

    For the kids there are some great choices particularly from James Ellis and Think of Me Designs. This year my son has opted for this fun Dinosaur pack from James Ellis, while my daughter has gone for a very cute fox pack from Think of Me designs.

    Think of Me Fox Thank you £4.25 for 10 kids thank you packs Postmark Online Think of Me Fox Thank you £4.25 for 10
    James Ellis Dinosaur Thank you card pack £3 for 5 kids thank you packs at Postmark James Ellis Dinosaur Thank you £3 for 5

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Mr PM is very good about sending Thank you's and has already started on his.  This year there are lots of great designs that are, shall we say, more gender neutral or manly. He's opted for one of our bestselling card packs 'Moustache Gracias' again from Think of Me designs

    Moustache Gracias Thank you card pack £4.25 for 10  Thank you packs for adults at Postmark Online Moustache Gracias Thank you card pack £4.25 for 10

    We've got loads of other great Thank you card pack designs so whichever you choose the person receiving it is sure to feel appreciated.

    Until next time

    Mrs PM

  • Feel Good Friday is back!

    Posted by Mark on 23/11/16

    Feel Good Friday is back!

    There's great excitement here at Postmark HQ as we build up to our second Feel Good Friday this Friday Nov 25th.

    We were a bit nervous before the first FGF last month as we weren't sure how people would take to it but we needn't have worried as the response was great.

    Feel Good Friday at Postmark Feel Good Friday at Postmark

    Sure, some customers were a little surprised we were giving away free cards but once they could see it wasn't a gimmick and there wasn't a catch they were delighted to get involved. Like one young man who came into Postmark Balham and sent his first card ever to a girl he had a crush on, young love is strong!

    Our card suppliers were also really positive with some including, Lanther Black and Molly Mae, who sent us cards and stamps to use for this FGF - how nice is that?

    We also had a great response to FGF on social media with loads of people sharing and liking the idea on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram feeds while Progressive Greetings, Greetings Today and Around Dulwich all covered the launch - thanks!

    Feel Good Friday - send free cards at Postmark Emma, Postmark Balham, with some of our Feel Good Friday letters!

    If you're around this Friday why not pop in to Postmark Balham, East Dulwich or Chiswick and get involved? It really does cost nothing to get involved and you'll make someone's day!

    Mrs PM

     

  • Top Ten Christmas card packs at Postmark Online

    Posted by Mark on 10/11/16

    Christmas card packs are a great way to make your money stretch further at Christmas.  Over the last few years the quality of cards in packs has shot up and there are now a huge variety of beautifully designed, high quality cards available in Christmas packs.

    Even better many donate a percentage of their retail price to charity so you can do some good and buy beautiful cards at the same time.

    It's been hard to narrow it down but here are our Top Ten Christmas Card packs.

    The Art File Mini-rockers Christmas card packs at Postmark Online Mini-Rockers
    The Art File Reindeer with Baubles Christmas card pack The Art File

    The Art File

    This year's Christmas selection from The Art File is simply stunning. Their luxury boxed cards really stand out from the crowd.  Featuring gold foiling and embossed lines on high quality Italian paper (£10 for pack of 8) they look and feel great. They also have a great contemporary range of boxed charity cards (£4.75 for 6) with 48p from every pack going to support the work of CLIC Sargent and some really fun mini rocking Christmas cards which I've already snapped up for our kids to send this Christmas.

     

     

    Woodmansterne Snowman Christmas card charity pack Woodmansterne
    Woodmansterne charity Christmas card pack - Somerset House skaters Woodmansterne

    Woodmansterne

    One of the UK's largest independent publishing companies, Woodmansterne print all their cards at their base in Watford. They do a great range of Christmas card packs from the fun and festive to the more traditional with a percentage of the sale price going to support charities across the country.  From £2.99 a pack.

     

     

    Archivist Merry Christmas Stag - Letterpress Christmas cards - handmade Christmas cards Postmark Online Archivist
    Archivist Jingle all the Way Christmas card pack - Letterpress Christmas cards - Handmade Christmas cards Postmark Online Archivist

    Archivist

    They say good things come in small packages and these stunning letterpress cards from Archivist prove that yet again. Pressed by hand, no two cards are exactly the same but the standard of the quality and feel on each is fantastic. A joy to receive. Packs of six £5.00

     

     

     

    Museums and Galleries Charity Christmas card pack - Adoring Angels traditional Christmas cards - Postmark Online Museums and Galleries
    Woodmansterne Christmas Classic card pack - Traditional Christmas card packs - Classic Christmas card packs Postmark Online Woodmansterne

    Museums and Galleries

    As the name might suggest these Christmas card packs feature some of the best art and design from around the world in both traditional and more contemporary designs.   And their boxed sets of 20 cards for £8.75 offer great value for money as well.

     

     

     

    Caroline Gardner Christmas card packs - Charity Christmas card packs - Stylish Christmas card packs Postmark Online Caroline Gardner
    Caroline Gardner Christmas card packs - Charity Christmas card packs - Stylish Christmas card packs Postmark Online Caroline Gardner

    Caroline Gardner

    Known for the quality of her designs, this year's Caroline Gardner Christmas packs won't disappoint. Featuring gold foiling and some really great festive designs they also support a really worthy cause with 30p from each pack being donated to Meningitis Now. (£5.00 for a pack of 5)

     

     

     

    Sara Miller London Christmas cards - Geese Christmas cards - Stylish Christmas cards - Postmark Online Sara Miller London
    Sara Miller London Christmas cards - Geese Christmas cards - Stylish Christmas cards - Postmark Online Sara Miller London

    Sara Miller London

    Sara Miller is a young, upcoming card designer. This is her first range of Christmas cards.  Available in singles (£2.50) as well as packs (£10 for packs of 8 large cards or £6.95 for 10 smaller cards) she also has some fantastic Christmas relations cards including a beautiful wife Christmas card that's already proved very popular online.

     

     

    Almanac Gallery Charity Christmas cards - Festive Christmas Cards - Traditional Christmas Cards - Postmark Online Almanac Gallery
    Almanac Gallery Charity Christmas cards - Festive Christmas Cards - Traditional Christmas Cards - Postmark Online Almanac Gallery

    The Almanac Gallery

    This year's selection from the Almanac Gallery is as strong as ever. Featuring a really good variety of designs from traditional Christmas pheasants to fun, festive contemporary Santa and penguin illustrations as well as some lovely London scenes, the choice is excellent. Prices range from £3.50 - £8.00 for packs of 6, 8 or 10 cards with a percentage going to support the work of various charities including The Woodland Trust, Age UK and The Stroke Association.

     

     

    Stop the Clock Designs Christmas card packs - Bears, Penguins, Robins Christmas cards - Fun festive Christmas cards - Postmark Online Stop the Clock Designs
    Stop the Clock Designs Christmas card packs - Bears, Penguins, Robins Christmas cards - Fun festive Christmas cards - Postmark Online Stop the Clock Designs

    Stop the Clock Designs

    Fun, festive and featuring Christmas bears, penguins and dogs - what's not to like? These great little packs of Christmas cards from Stop the Clock Designs will suit the whole family and are great value at £3.50 for 5.

     

     

     

    Royal Academy Christmas card packs - Art Press Christmas card packs - Ian Ritchie Christmas cards - Madonna and Child Christmas cards - Postmark Online Ian Ritchie - Art Press
    Royal Academy Christmas card packs - Art Press Christmas card packs - Ian Ritchie Christmas cards - Madonna and Child Christmas cards - Postmark Online Art Press

    Art Press

    With the archives of The Royal Academy to choose from it's easy to see why these Christmas card packs stand out.  Beautifully designed and great quality. Starting at £7.95 for box of 10

     

     

     

    Peter Pauper Christmas Card packs - London snowglobe Christmas cards - Great value Christmas card packs - Postmark Online Peter Pauper
    Peter Pauper Christmas Card packs - Noel Christmas cards - Great value Christmas card packs - Postmark Online Peter Pauper

    Peter Pauper

    American brand Peter Pauper is hugely popular with Postmark customers online and instore at Christmas. Their London in a snowglobe boxed set flies off the shelf, not surprising given the great price point and the quality of the cards. (£7 for box of 20)

     

     

     

    Hope this helps make your choice a bit easier!

    And don't worry there's still 45 days until the big day...

    Until next time

    Mrs PM

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