Say It With Tea: Part 1

The card. Often its importance is disregarded. Yet a good card can form the foundation of a brilliant present and a brilliant card can pip any present imaginable. So steer clear of bland cards with arid messages: the biggest statement you can make is to choose boldly and use your own words.

Scanning the walls of Paperchase, I stumbled upon this little gem for around £2.50…

I’ll admit, I purchased this card for my boyfriend, but it needn’t be exclusively romantic in purpose. The brilliance of the blank card is the myriad possibilities it provides: why not send it to a friend or family member? With a face like that, it could make anyone smile.

Whatever and whoever you buy this card for, one thing is for sure: it’s sure to catapult you one million miles from the crowd who couldn’t quite be bothered to venture any further than Tesco…

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