'Why did no one tell me' cry shoppers realising you can still buy Paperchase products despite all 134 branches closing | The Sun

SHOPPERS are just realising they can still get their favourite Paperchase products despite the stores closing.

The stationary retailer fell into administration in February after failing to find a buyer.

The branches of Paperchase disappeared from the high street for good in April and fans of the retailer were left devastated.

Over the years the brand developed a cult following for its brightly coloured notebooks, gift wrap and other quirky stationary items.

Now fans are realising that they can still get hold of their favourite items, and even better, they can do so while doing the weekly shop.

Supermarket giant Tesco bought the rights to the brand and has now relaunched it in selected stores and online.

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As fans of the brand are realising that their much-loved stationary retailer is back they are taking to social media to share the news with others.

One excited shopper said on Facebook: "Ok, seriously why did no one tell me Paperchase is now in Tesco, it's my favourite shop".

Another added: "Wow, that's awesome, may have to make a trip to Tesco".

While a third said: "My shopping is going to be more expensive now."

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Elsewhere on Facebook people are posting pictures of the Paperchase neon Christmas range creating a festive frenzy.

The festive range includes neon nutcrackers, candy-striped Christmas crackers, and matching wrapping paper and accessories.

One person said: "OMG I love Paperchase Christmas".

While another added: "I love the Christmas range".

Paperchase is only available in selected stores so do check ahead before planning a visit to your local to avoid disappointment.

You can use the store locator on the website to find out if your local stocks Paperchase products.

Paperchase is not the only retailer to be given a new lease of life after falling into administration.

Much-loved retailer Wilko disappeared from our high streets earlier in the year but its website is now back up and running.

The Range snapped up the Wilko brand, including the name and website, in a £5million deal.

The website was relaunched in October when the last of the Wiko stores closed down.

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Poundland also took over 75 Wilko locations and has now opened them up under its own brand.

Just this week it was also announced that discount retailer One Beyond is also set to open up two new ex-Wilko stores before Christmas.

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