blog — retail
Dublin Flea Christmas Market - only place in town with trustwordie cards
Ho Feckin Ho is sold out but all is not lost
No more bitter batter
The fine people of Stoneybatter can now relax in the knowledge that our range of quirky, wordy, thinking person's greeting cards are available locally. Yes, that's right, trustwordies are retailing in Moo Market, a little jewel of a shop on the Main Street. It's another sweet little story, owner Aisling saw us on Facebook and got in touch. I called around the day after Culture Night, a little bit worse for wear after acting the maggot with my sister, to show her our wares and they've been put out on the shelf today. Hopefully, they won't be left on the shelf...
A home for trustwordie
With all the excitement of writing this blog, and creating the Facebook and Instagram feeds, I sort of forgot to announce where our cards were available locally i.e. Gorey, the hometown. So head along to Gorey Visitor Centre or The House of Cards, both on the Main Street to see them in stock. They're far prettier in the hand and you'll save some money on shipping (better for the environment too).
Wild about this place
Good news for Scortie folk, yes you peeps over there in Enniscorthy: our lovely cards are now stocked in The Wilds Enniscorthy. It's such a beautiful shop that I'm so chuffed they make the grade. Here's a few pics of them in situ - placed with TLC all around their lovely produce. Get thee to a nunnery The Wilds is an independently owned cafe concept and retail store in a beautiful period building, in fact, I think it was once a convent and they've managed to maintain many of its original features such as the to-die-for tiled floors. They sell a carefully curated selection of beautiful...