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By Fi or Becs, Apr 20 2020 03:04PM
<Post by Fi> We'd like to say a HUGE thank you to ALL of the NHS and key workers all over Halifax (where I live!). As we sit here safely working from home on our laptops, we can't thank you enough for the amazing job you are doing!
In response to the wonderful #ClapForOurCarers campaign, we have teamed up with the brilliant Print Bureau in Hebden Bridge and have arranged for our Wainhouse Tower print to be available in 4 colours. ALL profits will be donated to Halifax Opportunities Trust and their food parcels for vulnerable people in Calderdale.
Available in: Mustard, Teal, Grey and Black. The prints can be personalised, with 'Mum' 'Dad' 'Sister'... or someones name.
To order your print, go to Wainhouse Print
Thank you so much! x
By Fi or Becs, Feb 3 2020 12:10PM
<Post by Becs> Yay! The latest Cotton Traders magazine mailer just popped through my postbox and it’s packed full of my copywriting work!
I LOVED writing the wording for their Spring-Summer 2020 collection, but the Weatherproof Jacket above was a personal fave... how cute is the brolly print lining?! Look at the intro... can anyone name the famous book that this quote is from?
"It is a truth universally acknowledged that..."
Combining my love for copywriting with my obsession for books... heaven!
You can take a peek at all the lovely clothing on the Cotton Traders website (beware... you may impulse purchase some clothing items!), but in the meantime, here are some pics of their lovely jackets and cosy cord shirts:
The lovely Cotton Traders team kindly gave us the testimonial below (hoooray!):
"Becs' enthusiasm is contagious, her passion is palpable and her writing is full of life. She's remarkably thorough, thinks of everything (even the things you never knew you needed) and meets even the most impossible of deadlines with flexibility, efficiency and warmth."
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