Happy Summer Season!
This is a wonderful time of year when flowers are in bloom, the sun is shining the birds are chirping and the general landscape is colourful and happy.
Back at base at The DM Collection, things are no different as the colourful prints and cards are going from strength to strength we are pleased to launch our brand-new designs this year; the stunning Bird in Paradise, cheeky Lovebirds, and the Chicken. The Monkey and Elephant is part of a new jungle series.
In addition to our new card designs, Daniel has been busy growing the home gift range to expand The DM Collection family. We now have a range of A5 Notebook sets and some Swedish handmade trays made of Scandinavian Birch wood. These are a product of luxury with a smooth finish and sturdy enough for any occasion. These are certified by The Forest Stewardship Council, ensuring that all materials are sourced responsibly. Feel free to browse here.
We are proud to report that our cards are now available in some lovely new locations, firstly the wonderful Royal Horticultural Society based at Wisley, Surrey. There are three other RHS locations Rosemoor- Devon, Harlow Carr -North Yorkshire and Hyde Hall -Essex that we supply to and a site in Bridgewater is due to open in Manchester later in 2019, do pay a visit and look out for us there! Another new stockist that we are proud to be working with is the Discovery Museum Centre in Leeds. Please do check them out.
As we get ready for trade shows and other events in the artistic seasonal calendar, it is with heartfelt thanks to ultimately our customers who appreciate Daniel’s art collection and ensures he continues to work that brush with skill, precision and continued authentic creativity! It truly means a lot to hear such lovely feedback from customers and clients alike.
For those interested in becoming a stockist or have any enquiries about our product ranges, please do contact me and I will be in touch with more information.
I Iook forward to sharing more business updates on The DM Collection world in the future, meanwhile enjoy that Pimms, those Barbeques and the sunshine!
Summer is here!
Image © Daniel Mackie
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