Big thank you once more to Gemma Tipton for including trustwordie in her ‘what a card’ section of today’s Irish Times magazine. I quote: ‘Talk of the demise of the Christmas card may have been premature, and with quirky and cool cards by the likes of Joy Redmond’s Trustword, you know yours will raise a wry smile wherever they land.’
A big shout out of thanks to local journalist Amy Lewis who wrote a wee feature about my cards being stocked in Arnotts Christmas market this season. Here's a link to the full article here.
Trustwordie got a wee mention in the business pages of today’s Sunday Times. In the piece I spoke about the growing support of the shop local movement as opposed to supporting billionaires faffing about in space. (That's not me in the photo, ha ha) Thanks Sandra O’Connell for the great chat earlier in the week. We also spoke about how customers are becoming more environmentally conscious in their shopping habits but alas there was not enough ink. Happy that other small companies got a word in instead.
So happy to make today's Irish Times Magazine. I've included a photo of the article but have included the text too to make it easier to read. Joy to the words Now that we know that glitter-encrusted cards are wretched for the environment, how about some sparkling words instead? Joy Redmond's Christmas cards have a delicious Irish twist, and spell out messages you might find hard to put into words yourself, including a beautiful one for anyone experiencing grief at this time of year. They're delivered with a light touch and come in at €2.50 each, or five for €10. trustword.ie ...