Scribbler, the nation’s favourite purveyor of funny greetings cards, is ramping up their digital presence with a new personalised cards website. The company, a growing high-street brand, has out-grown its current ecommerce website, and is rebuilding from scratch, giving customers the ability to customise their favourite cards.
The website will be moving from scribbler.co.uk to scribbler.com and as well as servicing online customers it will serve as a showcase for their offline stores. “The digital channel offers great potential for innovation, but our roots are very much in the high-street.”, explains Edward Armitage, Ecommerce Manager. “We’ll be giving our customers the best that both channels have to offer, with a more seamless overall brand experience.”
John Procter, CEO, adds “Scribbler has long been the favourite of savvy customers who want design-led, edgy cards. We’re bucking the trend on the high-street with our steady growth, and we intend to replicate that formula online.”
About Scribbler: Scribbler opened its first shop in London in 1981, and is now a growing high-street brand, with its latest opening in the new Westfield City Stratford shopping centre. Please visit www.scribbler.com for more details.

Published on: 4:28PM on 20th October 2011