Saturday, 19 June 2010

Read All About It: Storeyshop In Telegraph Magazine

I'm very pleased to be part of a feature in the Telegraph magazine today focusing on British sellers on Etsy. There are some great illustrators and makers featured so I've found some new shops too. It's a really good article and it will hopefully raise Etsy's profile in the UK. I was contacted back in January about the possibility of being included in this so it's very exciting to actually have the magazine in front of me now!







It's a shame that the feature refers to my personalised cards as 'laser cut' when they're nearly all lovingly cut by my own fair hands and a scalpel, but nevermind. This is the most mainstream press Storeyshop has had so far and it's great. Welcome to my blog if you have found me through the magazine. The article is also on the Telegraph website.

10 comments:

Laura aka LobsterLove said...

fab article, congrats :)

MegPS said...

Yay! It looks great. Typically we went out and bought a great pile of papers and the magazine was missing! So nice to see you've posted the pic's. Well done.

Amanda Sainsbury said...

I've just been reading this! Well done :D

Storeyshop said...

Thank you. Can't believe the mags were missing from the papers!

Liz of Wool Boutique said...

Awesome! How cool is that! Etsy very definitely needs a bit of exposure in the UK, I feel at a large disadvantage sometimes being a UK seller. Seeing all the prices in dollars definitely puts some of my UK customers off.

littlewrenpottery.co.uk said...

wow congratulations! I didnt see the article in the paper but I read it online, was really great. Nice to see the article in print.

Anna said...

Well done you!!! great to see you in there and doing so well. Hope it brings you more business along the way too :)
I snuffled the magazine away from G's mum before it went in the recycling

congrats xx

Paulina said...

I found article in Telegraph mag very interesting and liked what they showed of your cards. Nice to read your blog too (I saw the link on your Etsy page). I will take time to read more posts, when I can get away from garden, allotment and the paintings I am really supposed to do doing! Also I try and keep a blog about arty stuff.

richelle jean said...

where is Northumberland? the name sounds amazing! i wanna go!

Sarah Hickey Jewellery said...

yes I read that that bs about 'laster cut', that would have aggrivated the hell out of me too. Hope you're enjoying London, we just got back. So much fun. 'When a man is tired of London etc. etc.'