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Moonpig wall

by Clare Mansell
Moonpig wall

This is my parent’s new Moonpig wall. We also had one of these in Canada….

…and now have an even bigger one in Cyprus.

Moonpig make personalised greetings cards. I’ve been a customer of theirs for about 6 years, first discovering them through a friend who was doing their PR. With birthdays, anniversaries and Valentines, we have amassed quite a collection in that time – The dogs have even had a few cards sent to them!

So rather than binning them after the event, we’ve hung onto them, added some scrapbooking paper and simple frames and made a feature wall that just keeps growing…

I must say, I also take particular pleasure from the fact that a Moonpig wall absolutely, totally violates the “six picture hooks in a room” rule that the military tries to impose in quarters…  we’ll be using toothpaste, filler and paint to cover our tracks when we move out!

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3 comments

~Kim~ April 4, 2010 - 12:05 pm

I won’t tell on you!! 🙂 I love these cards, what a great wall display they make!!!

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Ninny April 4, 2010 - 12:16 pm

What a neat idea! Sometimes I like a card so much I hate to throw it out and I absolutely love cards with acerbic, dry humor or a weird funny line. I bet you can hardly pass by without re-reading one or two. Quite a conversation starter with visitors, too!

Liz

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Funky Pigeon April 6, 2010 - 8:49 am

Framing cards is a great idea – personalised cards certainly do make a keepsake gift, and framing them on display if you have the room does make an interseting conversation starter!

You could also try the UK site Funky Pigeon which currently is running a 2010 Spring promotion on their site, find us in the search engines 🙂

We have subscribed to your blog and we are looking forward to more funky posts in the future..

Do take care
FP x

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