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Paperchase: The facts

You cannot deny it, Paperchase is one of the coolest places to go for birthday cards, cute pens and pencils and pretty knick-knacks for the home. This article takes a closer look at Paperchase stationary stores.

Paperchase stores

Main stores Paperchase is one of the best-known stationery stores in the U.K. with outlets in most major towns and cities in England, Scotland and Wales. In total, there are over 100 Paperchase stores across the U.K. and abroad. The popular stationery shop has two flagship stores at Tottenham Court Road in London and St Mary's Gate in Manchester. Paperchase concessions Paperchase also has concessions in some department stores including House of Fraser, Selfridges and Harrods and in larger branches of Waterstones bookshops. If you do not live near a store or concession, you can shop online for U.K. delivery of Paperchase products, at Paperchase.co.uk.

Paperchase products

More than just stationery Paperchase stationery is pretty and their pens, pencils and notepads make excellent gifts for friends and family. The store has been going for over 40 years, selling stylish design products. As well as stationery, the store also sells fabulous gift items including book bags and laptop cases, mugs, drinks flasks and decorative items for your home. Paperchase is a brilliant place to go for photo albums and frames, as well as objects such as jewellery holders and ornaments. Christmas decorations and gifts Paperchase really comes into its own at Christmas time, when the store stocks a great variety of cards and festive gifts as well as beautiful decorations for your home and office. Whatever the time of year, if you are looking for this special gift, why not purchase Paperchase gift vouchers online, which can be used in store as well as for purchases from Paperchase.co.uk? Correspondence and craft materials Paperchase is a great place to go for correspondence items such as letter-writing kits, notelets and cards. The store has a great range of individual paper sheets and envelopes, meaning you can create an individual writing set to get in touch with the people who matter to you. If you are into craft, you should make Paperchase your first port of call for its fabulous range of paper, glue, glitter, stickers and all manner of weird and wonderful items to help you channel your inner artist.

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