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From my studio in the Creative Quarter of Nottingham I hand make beautiful gifts to inspire and empower kids from 1 to 92 years old. It’s a family affair with my husband creating the poems you see on the products and my two children and Maisie-the-Dog providing inspiration (and doggy kisses!)
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It's National Poetry Day today! And we're celebrating by offering 20% off all poetry products until Sunday! Click here to view the range. Swim Poem Print My Dad taught me a love of poems at an early age. I was rasied on Lewis Carol and Michale Rosen. When I got older he Introduced me to his favourites - Wordwsorth & Keates. And of course at that time I was heavily into the Smith so this was seriously good news for my 15 year old self! Passport pic of 15 year old me - lordy what would we have done for straighteners?! And Dad was proud to know that his love of poetry had not passed down to me but to...