BALTIC SHOP has a jam-packed November this year with a new pop-up shop by the renowned Rob Ryan, a Christmas Discount Weekend so you can get cracking with your Christmas shopping and a Festive Paper-Cutting workshop with Emma Boyes.
The doors to Ryantoon open on Saturday 7 November. Rob Ryan has created some of his much-loved gifts in black and white specially for BALTIC SHOP. We've also been working with his studio to create four gorgeous exclusives as well, which includes a laser-cut print, tote bag, mug and tea towel. We're doing some sneak peeks on Instagram and Facebook. Head over and take a look.
It's back...our Christmas Discount Weekend at BALTIC SHOP returns on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 November. All of our dedicated mailing list subscriber get 15% off* all purchases in-store. Find unique gifts for your loved ones including statement jewellery, designer homewares, prints, posters and plenty of creative stationery to give your wrap your gifts with wow-factor.
*Discount is available to all mailing list subscribers. If you're already on our mailing list, look out for your voucher in your inbox on Thursday 19 November. Sign up today or in-store at BALTIC SHOP throughout the weekend.
North East based paper-cut artist Emma Boyes returns to BALTIC SHOP on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 November to host two Festive Paper-Cutting Workshops.
Being so close to Christmas, Emma has given the workshops a festive twist so you can make your own paper-cut art for your home or create a special and unique gift for a loved one.
All tools and materials will be provide and the workshops are suitable for all levels of experience.
Find out more and buy tickets here.
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