Wednesday, 12 September 2012

The Great British Bake Off - Stationery Range review

Do you love stationery? Love the Great British Bake Off? Then you will fall in love with this...a range of paper products with a twee floral, British country show style in florals and pinks and pale greens...a joint project by Love Productions (who make the Great British Bake Off show for TV) and Quadrille Publishing.

The stationery range is available to buy online here. Prices are quoted to start from £5 for the pretty cupcake cases in pink florals and moss green and go up to £12.99 for the recipe folder. PLEASE NOTE the Quadrille site links to Amazon where the range is cheaper than the prices stated in this post.

Its a lovely range and would make a lovely gift for fans of the programme. This is not a very cheap range but the quality is very good, I liked everything in the range and the colours and styling appealed to my tastes, my absolute favourites are the recipe folder (which is so much more than a recipe folder) and the cupcake stand, (comes flat and is assembled in 30 seconds, ideal for suing and then storing).

Here is the range...photographs taken by yours truly, and please note that prices quoted are from Quadrilles site as of the date of this post...

 Stickers and labels for jams/jellies/cakes/cookies and star bakers! £7

 Sticky notes £8 and Magnetic kitchen notepad £7

3 Notebooks 

Recipe folder - complete with notepad/recipes/tips/space for clippings £12.99

Cake stand £12

Thank you cards with lined envelopes £10

N.B. This parcel of stationery was sent to me as a donation from Quadrille Publishing and will be used in the Macmillan Cancer Coffee morning I am organising on September 28th...for both cakes in the bake sale (the cake stand and cake cases) and the other items as raffle/tombola prizes. My thanks to Quadrille for their very kind donation.

5 comments:

  1. I didn't know they had a stationery range - looks great!! Can't wait to see the cakes and bakes for your Macmillan coffee morning :)

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    1. I didn't realise either but they do publish bits of stationary, discovered this when looking for jam labels. x

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  2. Yes to both your questions. I also had no clue there was a stationery range in the offering, I feel a trip into town may well be on the cards ;0)
    Good luck with your coffee morning too.

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  3. Love stationary, nice labels and posties etc...its as bad as the baking addiction. x

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  4. GREAT stationary range and GOOD LUCK with the Coffee Morning! Karen xxx

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