Experienced designer, craft blogger, and award-winning card-maker, Sharon Callis, will officially launch her exciting new brand “Sharon Callis Crafts” on Friday 26th and Saturday 27th October via Create and Craft television.
Having launched Florartistry (with Avec UK) last year, Sharon was committed to developing a diverse, fashionable and fun range for the style-savvy crafter. Sharon’s aim is to roll-out regular stamp, die and crafting tool collections over the next few years.
The debut collection includes traditional sets of “Sentiments” and “Simple Hellos” and for the mixed media artist, the new “Vintage Transport” assortment is bound to appeal.
Sharon Callis commented “I am excited to bring to market my new ‘Sharon Callis Crafts’ range in partnership with the dynamic team at Personal Impressions.
Following on from the continuing success of Florartistry I am thrilled to expand my craft product portfolio and bring to you a myriad of different styles and ways to create across various crafting mediums such as stamping, die cutting, mixed media and more”.
Personal Impressions are also delighted to announce that Sharon Callis has been designing collections for their “Sweet Dixie” brand – a range of quality but affordable crafting supplies. Sharon’s latest stamp collection called “Typography” will also feature on air at the end of October.
Both design collections will be available from all good retailers from early November.
Jenny Hawkins, Group Sales and Marketing Director (Personal Impressions and Country Love Crafts)
Telephone: 01235 861700/01235 355708;
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Websites: and www.personalimpressions.com www.countrylovecrafts.com
Personal Impressions are part of the EM Richford Group who celebrates 140 years in business this year (established 1878). The company started as a family business and remains a family-run business today. Personal Impressions (based in Suffolk) are one of the UK’s leading brand managers, wholesalers, distributors in the arts and crafts industry, specialising in papercrafts, card-making, scrapbooking and journaling. They represent over 70 brands from global, recognisable brands to small, niche and new. Personal Impressions have over 30,000 products covering a variety of arts and crafts genres and ready-for-despatch from UK warehouses