Today I want to talk to you about Bertie & Jack, and offer you the chance to win gift vouchers to spend with them. Run by two mums, Becky and Emma, they’ve built up their business along with their partners, designing and creating original cut-out artwork.
Bertie & Jack have an extensive range of gorgeous prints on offer, with categories such as Woodland, Safari, Magical, Animal Families and more, and the prints come in different sizes, frame colours and swatch backgrounds. They’re also personalised with a little handwritten note on the bottom of the artwork, which I think is a lovely touch.
I can see prints like these working well as new baby gifts, or nursery decor…..
And I’d have loved these as a wedding or anniversary gift…..
The biggest difficulty I had was in choosing which print to actually go for! In the end, I chose the Happy Feet print. I love penguins, and liked the idea of it representing us as a family. There are loads of different background swatches to choose from, and it was fun to look through them. Several tempted me, but in the end, the brightly coloured hearts won out, so this is mine….
I LOVE it!!
After ordering, I received an email advising me that my print was on it’s way, along with a link to track it. On it’s arrival a few days later, it was neatly packaged with corner protectors, and I am so pleased with the quality. The hearts are bright and bold and the cut-outs sharp and well-defined. The design is fun, fresh and contemporary. It would make a gorgeous present, and this one’s a treat for me, to go above my desk. Love.
To find out more, you can follow Bertie & Jack on Twitter and Facebook. I’m also delighted to say that an exclusive 10% discount code has now been set up for my readers. Just use READINGRES10, and shop now before it expires on 31.10.15.
Now’s your chance to win a £50 gift voucher to spend at Bertie & Jack. You can enter using the rafflecopter below. The competition is open to UK residents only and it closes at 12am 6th November 2015. Good luck!
What’s your favourite print from the Bertie & Jack range?
Disclosure: I received a print FOC for the purposes of this post, though all words and opinions remain my own