A brief, slightly sad post today.
It is with very mixed feelings that Mr E and I have decided to close Retro Bureau. We’ve had a brilliant 18 months hunting out vintage stationery, creating our designs and hitting the road for fairs. The real highlight has been the people we’ve met along the way; talented and occasionally barmy stallholders, our lovely, supportive customers and friends and family who have encouraged us along the way. We’d like to say a massive thank you to all of you – you’ve made this such an enjoyable adventure.
The sale will continue in our shop until the end of January, so don’t forget to use the code HAPPY2014 if you want to order something before we go.
All the best and thanks again, Retro Bureau xx
The Christmas lights are packed away and the chocolates have all been eaten. The wind is doing it’s best to blow away everything that hasn’t sunk and so far January is looking decidedly gloomy. So to brighten your week we’re offering 50% off everything in the shop to our lovely blog and facebook followers; just click on the discount code link before you pay and enter HAPPY2014
The offer will last until the end of January, so there’s plenty of time to bag a bargain.
Like the clock says; have your happiest New Year ever.
Hope Father Christmas is good to you.
What a lovely Christmassy week we’ve just had. The Wadhurst Arts & Crafts Market on Friday with Jayne from Summerhouse Designs keeping me well and truly entertained. Then Rye Arts & Crafts Fair on Saturday. Here’s our stand, front right, next to the beautiful walking sticks, with my back helpfully turned to the camera – sorry about that Alice!
Mr E came along to Rye, so as well as enjoying the company and talents at the fair, I also got to stroll around the town a bit too. The Lion Street Store had a lovely display of vintage baubles in their window and I got to see my first real life Ian McKay sculpture in Rye Art Gallery. Fantastic.
Hope you’re starting to feel festive.
P.S. Bauble pic pinched from Winifred’s Daughter; thanks Shelley!