Category Archives: Uncategorized

Personalised Valentine Gifts

Valentines Gifts

On Valentines Day there is nothing better than personalised Valentine gifts which show you have really thought about the person you are giving the gift to. These personalised picture frames are new at Paper Tree – the text can be personalised with any words – perhaps your favourite song lyrics, a poem or your own […]

Eco Christmas Gifts

Christmas Gifts

Delighted to be featured in the Natural Wedding Company’s ‘Eco Christmas Gift Guide‘ . The guide features British businesses with strong eco & ethical credentials. Our paper snowflake garland and paper mistletoe wreath are made from eco-friendly paper and of course biodegradable at the end of their life. The guide features gorgeous Winter Wonderland wrapping paper from […]

Christmas Offer from Paper Tree

Christmas at Paper Tree

The Paper Tree website has lots of new items for Christmas – unique gifts, Christmas decorations, gift wrap and more! Although we’re not big fans of Black Friday or Cyber Monday, it would help if orders can be placed sooner rather than later so from today Friday 25th November until Monday 27th November we are offering […]

Autumn Colour in the Lake District

Autumn in the Lake District

I love the Lake District at all times of year but a sunny day in Autumn is particularly beautiful. The fells turn a rusty red and the trees are a kaleidoscope of colours, intensified by the golden light. Morning mist clears to reveal a timeless landscape. “The fleeting hour of life of those who love the hills is […]

Autumn Flowers for a Celebration Party

Flowers for Table Decoration

A couple of weeks ago my brother-in-law & sister-in-law held a ‘125th’  party to celebrate their 50th birthdays and 25th Wedding Anniversary. I was very happy to arrange their flowers and stationery. I am not a trained florist but have always loved flowers and many years ago took a short course with the well known florist […]

Paper Flowers

Paper Peony

Paper flowers have enjoyed a resurgence recently. In Victorian times and again in the 50s, paper flower making was popular as a craft and past time.  An interest in all things vintage has revived this once more and people are increasingly valuing the individuality of hand made items as an antidote to factory and mass made products. At […]

Scotland in June

Isle of Coll, Scotland

I spent a few days in Scotland at the beginning of June with my family. The scenery was stunning, the weather perfect and it was just gorgeous! We drove north from Glasgow through the Loch Lomond National Park – a stunning area of lochs & mountains. We stayed in Oban, a lovely small port on […]