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You Get What You Pay For

So, its pretty much three months since I took over the Wall Art business and things are pretty good. Stickers are selling and between me and my bloody awesome team of minions, we have improved our seller ratings on all of our outlets. 1,052 more words

Self Employed

British Flower Week - Day Three

Day Three of British Flower Week, with Bloomsberry Flowers celebrating the Allium.

Mark Welford and Stephen Wicks, (who happen to be the most lovely gentlemen, as well as very gifted florists), have used 10-12 different varieties of allium (did you know there were so many!?) to created a gorgeous summer door wreath, which I’m a little in love with, a large installation, and a table design. 84 more words

Flowers

British Flower Week - Day One...are you up to date?

Yesterday marked the start of British Flower Week. Now in it’s third year, this event, held by the New Covent Garden Flower Market, is ever growing in popularity, as the plite of the British Flower Industy grows in the public eye, and becomes a fashionable cause to support. 237 more words

Flowers

Best of British Father's Day Gift Ideas

June 21st is not too far around the corner which means it’s time to start thinking about gifts for those special dads. Take a look at 5 of my handpicked Fathers Day Gifts, all handmade and created here in the UK. 171 more words

Wicker basket - the original bag for life

A wicker basket. Sturdy. Durable. Excellent cost per wear/use. So what did we do on this glorious earth? Create the plastic bag. Brilliant. Utterly brilliantly stupid! 297 more words

Minimalism

How to buy from Phoenix Trading

Phoenix Trading is a direct selling company selling contemporary greetings cards, gift wrap, stationery and accessories direct to the public. You cannot buy our exclusive products on the High Street, so how can you purchase our lovely wares? 394 more words

Phoenix Trading

Buying British is so hard or is it?

My passion for minimalism of buying only what you need has to be balanced with my want to buy British. However they don’t always conflict. There are everyday things I use that are what I need (check) and can be made in Britain (check). 330 more words

Minimalism