Personalise your wrapping paper so that the wrap is as much as a gift as the present. A slightly more advanced make but very straight forward and satisfying once you’ve got the knack. You will need: • Speedball Speedy Carve rubber (or simply a large, flat eraser works too!) • A craft knife • A lino cutter (you can purchase these very cheaply from art and craft shops) • A Pencil and paper • An ink pad in your chosen colour • A roll of Kraft paper Have a think about your design – keep it simple. We simply drew around a glass to get two over lapping circles then only cut out half of each to get this modern shape. Cut around your shape carefully using the knife and then using the lino cutter, carve away the areas you don’t want to print. Bring the stamp pad to your stamp and dab all over to ensure the whole surface is covered with ink. Stamp away! You may want to line up the …
A very economical but heartwarming gift that will mean so much more than a packet of shop bought biscuits!
Create and personalise your own reed diffuser in 4 simple steps.
Create a truly unique gift and tailor the scent for that special someone this Christmas.
Santa’s elves at Denby’s workshop Had lots of things to make But at last they sat down, had a mince pie As they all deserved a break There came a tapping at the door And there a reindeer shyly stood He said “Santa could you make one more thing For someone that has been extra good?” So the Elves worked even harder They worked the whole night through To make a little model reindeer Especially for you! Introducing #TheShyReindeer. We will be adding some of our shy reindeer tree decorations to our online parcels during December. If you receive one then you must be on Santa’s nice list! Please share your pictures of our reindeers hanging on your tree and don’t forget to hashtag #theshyreindeer.
To showcase our new Monsoon Fleur range, Hattie Fox, founder of the stylish London florist, That Flower Shop, has created some stunning floral centerpieces for us, inspired by Fleur’s cobalt blue colour and delicate silver decoration.
As mindfulness continues to influence interior design, we’ve teamed up with interior designers, Jordan Cluroe and Russell Whitehead of 2LG Studio to launch our latest collection, Studio Blue and inspire others to give their homes a mindful refresh, beginning with a calming kitchen.
We’ve recently been working with Green Rooms hotel in London to provide tableware for their restaurant. A social enterprise, Green Rooms is a creative arts space that offers budget-friendly accommodation.