* G is for Great Britain *

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#smallbizatoz is back this week with the letter G giving you more insight into what we do and how we tick. So G is for Great Britain.

Something we are very proud of at Scamp studios is the fact that all our products are designed and finished in the UK and 90% of them are manufactured here too. Very quickly into the business process we decided it was important for us to try to retain as much of the manufacturing process in Great Britain as was possible. Our blank baby grows, sleepsuits and children’s pyjamas are all made by a small factory in England.

personalised childrens pyjamas

Scamp are delighted to work with U.K suppliers and businesses for a number of reasons. It gives us the benefit of building up a better relationship with the business as we can visit them in person and discuss things face to face. Our last visit resulted in a couple of new products being created specifically for us that we are currently working on to add to our range. Watch this space! Not only this but we know our products are not mass produced and the overall ecological footprint of our business is less. 

Each one of our products has our Scamp label stitched into the neck which proudly states on the reverse of the label that we are ‘made in U.K’. Our baby wear is all made from 100% cotton and is super soft to the touch with nickel free poppers for easy changing and of course they are machine washable and can be put in the tumble drier without any problems.

Once the blank products are received by us we then turn them into personalised new baby gifts for you in our studio based in North London. Keep the great in Great Britain. Buy local, buy British. 

Don’t forget until midnight on Friday 5th May we have our Scamp Spring Clean sale on with up to 40% off lots of our products.

personalised sleepsuit by Scamp

Don’t forget until midnight on Friday 5th May we have our Scamp Spring Clean sale on with up to 40% off lots of our products.


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