We recently ran a competition to win a personalised print from the new HOME stationery range which we’ve just launched celebrating what home means to us. There was a main prizewinner Catherine and three follow up winners who won a set of notecards each from the range. We were so pleased that so many from the Twitter creative community entered and it’s been fantastic to see photos of the work popping up on our …
Sunday evenings are made for curling up on the couch, with your big socks, favourite throw and cup of tea. For moments just like these, our friend Sharlene Chiu, a Brooklyn-based indie music enthusiast and blogger for The Bowery Presents has put together a playlist of soulful songs. So tune in with these mellow indie tunes, and find your calm before the new week begins.
Thank you to everyone who entered our #MyRoxwellPress Spring competition! We had well over 500 entrants and it’s been wonderful connecting with you all over the past few weeks and celebrating the upcoming launch of our new HOME stationery range.
So without further ado the winners are:
First prize: @cathHorsfield
Runners Up: @emmahiggens25, @floralfeather and @Ali_Calyx
If you are a winner please email us at info(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)roxwellpress.co.uk
If you didn’t win this time please look out for future competitions and news by …
Celebrating Spring and what home really means
Already daffodils and snowdrops are starting to spring, lighter longer days are starting to unveil themselves and we’re looking to what 2016 will be. To celebrate all this (and launching our new SS16 stationery range) we’re running a rather special Twitter competition!
We’re launching our new eclectic HOME stationery range featuring four designs around the idea of what makes a home; Cosy, Bouquet, Teatime and Shelfie. The idea behind the colour scheme in these designs …
I love all the nature inspired gift wrapping on Pinterest at the moment, showing really simple ways to wrap a Christmas gift. You can use any greenery lying around once you’ve decorated your home for the season, or ask a florist for greenery offcuts which they may give you for free. The pine branches in the image above came from our local garden centre – they are selling Christmas trees right now and were happy to give me offcuts …