But, our Business Booster winners weren’t the only customers showing off their stuff on the day. We took a tour around Top Drawer and spotted a fair few of our other lovely customers too, so for today’s Friday's Favourites, we’re letting them take the wheel!
Check out just a few of the gorgeous designs and print creations we found below...
Gift boxes by Milly Inspired
Milly Inspired create gorgeous gift boxes, for a whole host of occasions. Everything you see is designed in-house and Gemma has a passion for uncovering new trends and ideas and bringing them to you, in her own unique style. She’s currently inspired by luxe metallics and foils, as well as contemporary typography trends.
Greeting Cards and Prints by I am Nat
Nat’s am a designer based in the beautiful Yorkshire countryside, specialising in Greeting Cards and Prints. She loves to inject humour and quotes into her work – and it’s definitely working! We love her bold designs and the use of foiling too!
Greeting Cards by MoggyMeg
Hackney based MoggyMeg specialises in sarcasm, and of course, beautiful illustration. Her range of quirky cards for any occasion, including her hilarious v(omit) day range, looked fab on their shelves in cello bags with Kraft envelopes.
Brochures by Penelope Hope
Penelope Hope’s lovingly designed, handmade in Britain, collection of eclectic patterned homeware and gifts are sure to catch attention! But, what caught ours was her beautifully printed look books and brochures. We love the bold bright designs and colours.
Brochures by Divine Savages
Founded in South East London in 2016 by husbands Jamie Watkins and Tom Kennedy, Divine Savages fuses influences from classic prints, bold fashion and iconic modern design - always with their signature Divine Savages twist. We just love their intricate yet quirky designs.
Prints by Martha Mitchell Design
From her converted mews studio in the heart of Brighton Martha’s amazingly detailed fine-line images of famous icons, places, foodstuffs, sporting activities create wonderful prints. From Brighton to Scotland, sports to biscuits, there’s something for everyone in her range – we just love the personal feel the hand drawn aspect gives to these gorgeous prints!
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