The owner of a Norfolk-based card and gift business is building on its success at markets and online with a pop-up shop.

Self-taught artist James Andrews started Pickled Prints in 2019 when he was living in London and in 2021 he moved to Northwold, near Thetford.

His unique and funny designs have been a hit at makers' markets across the region at locations such as Creake Abbey, Holkham Hall and the Holt Sunday Market.

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Pickled Prints has also had tens of thousands of online orders through Moonpig, Funky Pigeon, Thortful and Iamfy.

Building on this success, Mr Andrews is running his first-ever pop-up shop at the Makers Gallery in Chapel Yard in Holt from Wednesday, December 6 until Tuesday, December 12 2023. 

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North Norfolk News: The Pickled Prints pop-up shop will be in the Makers Gallery in Holt The Pickled Prints pop-up shop will be in the Makers Gallery in Holt (Image: Pickled Prints)

It will sell a range of greetings cards, Christmas cards, wall art, mugs and more. 

Mr Andrews said: “I am really excited to be opening my first shop in beautiful Holt and look forward to seeing some Holt Sunday Market regulars as well as new customers."

It will be open daily from 9am until 5pm, apart from December 8 when it closes late at 7pm, with a 'prosecco and shop' event, and it shuts at 3pm on December 12.