May flowers

by Gail Emerson May 26, 2017

15% off this Bank Holiday

Be one of the FIRST 50 customers to use checkout code FLOWERS with your order this weekend to get 15% off! 

The DM Collection has been celebrating May's flowers all month as we see them come into bloom in our gardens, parks and fields. To end this we're offering a little helping hand to bring a floral display into your home with one of Daniel's designs. 

Enter FLOWERS at checkout to get 15% off your entire order. 

From the wild flowers of the Meadow Collection, to the Bugs and Butterflies pollinating the flowers they frequent, to Cats prowling floral gardens; flowers and botanicals are a key theme across the DM Collection.

Prefer a design without a flowery element? No problem as this Bank Holiday discount applies across the entire DM Collection, on orders of any size. It ends Monday 29th, or when 50 people have used the code - whichever comes first. 

Whether you want to add another design to your own DM Art Collection, send a friend a greetings card capturing their personality or enjoy your favourite creatures in a NEW Notebook or coaster set, this is the perfect chance to make the purchase you've been pondering. 

So make sure you don't miss out on this chance to add to your DM Collection - be one of the first 50 to use checkout code FLOWERS to receive your discount. 




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