Christmas with Thornback and Peel

Thonback and Peel Christmas card bunting | Growing SpacesI’ve loved the quirky designs from Thornback & Peel since they launched the business back in 2007. With their fun Victoriana-inspired prints and a focus on the natural world, what’s not to enjoy? They really come into their own at Christmas, and have launched a beautiful Christmas collection of screen-printed homeware – from trays to oven mits.

I got my hands on a few products to style up for Christmas (check out the #TandPXmas hashtag). I found it too hard to choose between the Christmas designs, so I picked out a set of Christmas cards instead. The cards are litho printed on beautifully thick card and the set of eight includes Stag, Partridge, Turkey, Goose, Deer, Robin, Squirrel and Sprout stick. Now I know Christmas is all about giving, but I didn’t want to part with the cards, so I’ve made them into some bunting to hang in our living room this year. All it took was a length of ribbon and a glue gun, and my bunting was done in five minutes. It’s added a real sense of fun to our festive decorations, and I’m sure it’ll be something that we bring out every year.

Christmas card bunting with Thornback and Peel | Growing Spaces

White tree | Growing Spaces

Christmas card bunting | Growing Spaces

Turkey Christmas card from Thornback and Peel | Growing Spaces

Pheasant and oak tea towel from Thornback and Peel | Growing SpacesI couldn’t resist a couple of bits from the Pheasant & Oak range too – perfect both for Christmas and for the rest of the year!

The lovely folks at Thornback & Peel are offering you gorgeous lot a 15% discount for the holidays! Just enter the code GROWINGSPACES for 15% – the discount is available from now until midnight on December 29th.


Disclosure: Thornback & Peel gave me the products to use in this post but all content and views are my own.




  1. December 17, 2015 / 3:28 pm

    Oh I love what you’ve done with the cards Heather! Gorgeous idea. x

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