Bling Out Your Beverage With Real Cool Gifts
Friday, May 21st, 2010
on behalf of Scribbler Cards
Summer-time is just around the corner and weather prevailing, that means a season full of barbeques and garden parties, with the chance to indulge in the odd tipple or two.
So that calls for the need to ensure your ice cubes are not just cold – they are totally cool.
Scribbler has the answer for anyone in need of blinging their beverages in the shape of their super stylish selection of ice cube trays.
For those fashionistas amongst us, these diamond ice cube trays from the ‘Fred and Friends’ collection, are the perfect way to give your drinks their cool back.
Or for those who appreciate the funny side of things, then there are these hilarious frozen smiles – also from the ‘Fred and Friends’ range.
Shaped like dentures, when placed in your glass, they ensure that your drink grins right back at you, adding that extra bite to your mix.
John Procter, founder and owner of Scribbler says: “We all know that summer drinks are best enjoyed chilled and these ice cube trays are a great way to cool down your drinks and provide a novel talking point at any party or event.
“They’re a simple yet effective way to keep the smiles coming and are a great addition to our fantastic gift range.”
Priced from £6.50 the ice cube trays can be found in any of the 17 Scribbler stores across England and Scotland and also online at www.scribbler.co.uk.
Scribbler is the UK’s favourite card retailer, providing a varied selection of cards, gifts, stationary and journals ensuring you find whatever you need for any occasion.
Press release issued on behalf of Scribbler cards by public relations agency the Holyrood PR.
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