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Paper-Roses: Helping to make Christmas a little bit more special

Finding stylish and luxurious eco-friendly cards and gift wrap can be tough – but Paper-Roses has it all wrapped up! Paper-Roses’ founder, Penny, uses inspiration from her experiences and travels to create all of the fantastic, hand-illustrated designs for their stationery.  These delightful designs are then printed on sumptuous, 100% recycled paper.

If you’re on the lookout for some refreshingly different greetings cards, gift wrap, gift tags or note cards, this Hong Kong based company is exactly what you’re searching for. Paper-Roses’ unique and versatile designs mean that you’ll find something for everybody and every occasion. And the festive shop is now officially open, showcasing a great range of Christmas and Holiday designs.


Together with the holiday collection, Paper-Roses has plenty to offer for other occasions and celebrations. They also cater for bespoke design requests, creating invitations and note cards that are tailored to your personal tastes. And occasionally, Penny will get her pencils and brushes out to create a one-of-a-kind piece of wall art for a lucky customer.


Paper-Roses offers eco-friendly design and a little bit of luxury, all at a reasonable price. Find their colourful and creative greetings cards and stationery online (with delivery throughout Hong Kong and internationally) and at local markets throughout the year.

As a special bonus for Localiiz readers, Paper-Roses is giving us a 10% discount on all online orders! Simply enter the code LOCALI10 at checkout. The offer expires at midnight on 15 January 2018 and cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer.

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