Transport yourself back in time with your sense of smell! Every Scratch 'n' Sniff Newspaper features a scratch panel that releases a potent smell associated with your chosen date!
- Personalise with Any Date and Name
- Be transported back to a time forgotten through the sense of smell
- Each report is equipped with a unique ‘scratch’n’sniff’ panel
- Scratch panel to release a potent smell associated with your selected Date
- Transports any reader back to that selected moment in history
Our sense of smell is often the most common of the five senses to bring a lost memory back into reality. As such, we’ve bolstered our Original Newspapers range with a new addition – the Scratch’n’Sniff Newspaper, designed to stimulate the senses and transport any recipient back to a time forgotten - all through their sense of smell.
Selected reports, from a variety of past publications, have been fitted with a unique scratch’n’sniff panel which, once scratched, releases a potent smell associated with the story.
- 20th December 1928 marks the day Harry Ramsden opened his first fish and chip shop, and the smell of fish and chips became a British trademark
- 30th July 1935 was the day the first ‘Penguin paperbacks’ were produced and the ‘new book’ smell became a staple in homes
- 8th May 1945 welcomed the end of World War two and the smell of celebratory fireworks filled the air
- 30th July 1966 when England won the World Cup and the smell of freshly-mowed grass filled fans nostrils
Personalised Scratch’n’Sniff Newspaper Book
The recipient’s Name and even a personal Message can be added to the certificate title page of your Scratch’n’Sniff Newspaper to make it even more special, at no extra charge. For the perfect finishing touch the recipient’s Name can even be gold embossed onto the front cover of your book. Personalise with any Date.
Newspaper features a unique scratch’n’sniff panel. Each publication is packed with easily-recognisable smells associated with written reports, and will quickly transport any reader back to that selected moment of history.