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Greetings from a Happy Blogger

When I see my books on the shelves of a book shop I am so pleased that I have a tendency to stroke them. When I spy them piled on someone's coffee table I want to laugh, I am so delighted (I try and avoid doing this if at all possible). So you will understand my excitement when I was approached by a card company who wanted to create a range of greetings cards under the 'Sally Page' name.
The new cards, which are being launched at the NEC Gift Fair in January have just arrived. And as you can see I am rather proud of them!
The photos for the range mainly come from my first book, The Flower Shop, which is based on a year in the life of an English country flower shop - Ted Martin Flowers in Tisbury, Wiltshire.
Although there are a few of flowers photographed in other spots - including one which has two glasses of rose wine which was photographed in my friend Gay's garden. I imagine she might be buying a few of those!
Getting the range together (amongst other more boring things) has kept me away from my camera for a while, and consequently, away from my blog. So I apologize for that. But I have lots of lovely flower shop hunting coming up, so will have much to photograph and tell you about in the coming weeks.
First I shall be heading to Farnham to see the lovely ladies at Patricia Knowles Flowers, then I shall be calling into visit Kate Howard's Hedge Rose shop that she has recently moved to the centre of Marlborough. And on Monday I am in Leicester with Knighton Flowers. Whilst this is going on I will take time to pop in and see my friend Katy who is busily painting and decorating her new flower shop which opens on 2nd December. More of that later.
My new cards will be available for shops to order from www.blossomsandbows.co.uk soon.
Each card is blank and comes with a useful 'flower shop secret' on the back.

5 comments:

  1. Your cards are really gorgeous! I can imagine how very proud you are of them.

    Have a great week.

    Barbie

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  2. The cards are beautiful. I hope they will ship to the states. I would love to display them in our flower shop.

    Your blog is so inspiring!

    Jamie

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  3. What pretty cards, love the one of the wired dress half covered in roses, Lucey xx

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  4. Shirley Lorimer4 August 2011 at 13:59

    Beautiful simply.....beautiful.

    I have all of your books and just love them.

    I applaud your talent.

    Shirley xx

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