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Christmas – it’s in the bag

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I know how frenetic it all gets at this time of year. Our minds are filled with unanswerable questions. What am I going to get the mother-in-law? Where am I going to get something that’s a bit different for that special family member at an awkward age? I understand, believe me. So, in the spirit of Christmas, I thought I’d lend you a helping hand, and let you know where you can find some of our stockists for Bumbumbee Creative’s prints, greetings cards, notebooks, and mugs – and some great local businesses into the bargain.

We are thrilled to announce café Up She Pops in Kinghorn has recently become one of our local stockists and we couldn’t be happier. Apart from loving the fact they are dog friendly, and make great coffees, Up She Pops supports artists, crafters and the local community.

Up She Pops is in Kinghorn on the route to the Fife Coastal Path – so it’s the perfect place to kick start your walk (or take a well-earned rest) If you keep walking along the Fife Coastal Path you’ll eventually arrive at Honeypot Café, situated directly below the Forth Rail Bridge, and another one of our local stockists.

So if you have an outdoorsy person in your life that would love a new camping mug or a budding nature writer in your family that might need a few new notebooks, well you know where to go. And the best bit is, you’ll be able to enjoy a relaxing coffee and a cookie in the process.

If you’re all about getting glammed up for the approaching festivities and parties, don’t worry, you won’t have to choose between a bit of Christmas shopping and booking in at the hair salon. Bumbumbee Creative’s cards can also be found at Mairi McQueen Hair Salon, 24 College Street, Buckhaven and Methil. Why not make an appointment today, or pay them a visit on Instagram. Just look for mairimcqueenhair. You might even be inspired to try a whole new look for your work’s Christmas party.

Alternatively, why not pop into our wonderful stockists Sun Gallery and My Cherry Pie. We are so chuffed and beyond grateful for the continued support from two incredible businesses. My Cherry Pie in Kirkcaldy is an award-winning indy store which not only features Gail’s own jewellery brand, but includes pieces from over 20 UK-based makers. The Sun Gallery in Newburgh opened its doors a year ago, fully revamped and refurbished! Not only is there an exhibiting space, but the owners also offer a fully equipped frame shop so keep that in mind if you want to pop in.

Last, but by no means least, if you want to get a hold of our Limited Edition Tote bags, head over to One One Four on the High Street in Burntisland. You can find them on Facebook too. Can you guess which historic coastal town is featured on the bag?

Well, I hope you’ve found that helpful. If you can’t make it to the shops  you can always order online directly from me over on our Facebook Page or even on Instagram.

Happy shopping everyone! Don’t forget to keep yourself fuelled up on coffee and cookies.

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