Last minute handmade gift ideas that are great for #christmas. Easy to follow these lovely teacup candles infographic from Pinterest.
If you haven’t got any tea cups to use how about these shells instead, also from Pinterest
If you are handy with the knitting needles and have some spare wool around why not get this free tea cosy pattern from Love Knitting on Pinterest.
Or copy this DIY cup cosy also found on Pinterest
There are lots of easy handmade gifts all around tea which could soon be knocked up for any tea lover. These were just a few I found on Pinterest. It has inspired me to quickly knit up some of the cup cosy for my friends.
The British Corner Shop is a unique online supermarket for expats around the world. Whether you miss Marmite or crave Warburtons crumpets, they can deliver your British favourites straight to your door.
Their website stocks over 10,000 products from Britain’s most loved brands, meaning you can enjoy the British food you miss, wherever you are in the world.
Customer service is at the heart of their business. Since their humble beginnings in 1999, they have refined and developed British Corner Shop, building on the wants and needs of their loyal customers.
From purchasing your shopping through to the delivery, they want their customers to have total confidence when ordering with them.
You don’t have to be a British expat to use the service. If you have friends or relatives overseas who may be missing the taste of home, why not order them a box of British happiness? Their service is perfect for sending parcels of British food to Brits in the Armed Forces and others working abroad.
I came across a brilliant gift site Old English Company while looking for some different aprons which would suit a male or female. The English Food Charcoal Apron which is a hand-lettered kitchen apron, illustrated with various well known English foods and dishes which include bacon butty, toad in the hole and Yorkshire pudding. Brilliant and only £12.95
Then I came across their unique enamel pins, something I haven’t seen before and I just loved the quirky ones they have on their site. They make the perfect accessory for any lapel or bag. As a coffee lover, I fell in love with their coffee inspired pins, ‘Coffee for Life’, ‘Coffee, then the World’, and ‘Coffee First’.
Another great gift for a fella at only £7 or you could win a set of three heart-shaped ones for FREE if you enter their competition. To celebrate the new additions to their enamel pin range Old English Co decided to run this competition, giving you the chance to win a set of the below enamel pins!
To enter this competition, email your favourite enamel pin design from their entire range to email@example.com
They will be picking one winner at random on the 30th May 2018.
If the answer to ‘Are you an ethical and conscious shopper’, is yes then you must join the latest social network site Atlist for ethical and conscious shopping.
It’s a new site which has posts around environmentally friendly issues and some great up to the minute details/reviews on different gifts.
They say they are ‘the upcoming social media platform for conscious gifting and keeper of creative exclusive content built by a community of wishers. Atlist lets you create wishlists, seek inspiration and connect with your friends. Once connected with your friends, you’ll be able to see all their wishlists and follow the things they love through your newsfeed. If you see something you love too, add it to your wishlist or like, comment, share’.
It’s easy and FREE to join and you start your Atlist by creating your own wishlists then linking ones from either Atlist or from another site to your wishlist ( a bit like a Pinterest board) except everything is more environmentally friendly and around gifting.
It’s early days at the moment but easy to navigate around and already has some really interesting posts. I love their ‘Top Plant Based Recipes‘ board, which has ‘Raw Date & Hazelnut Brownies – Deliciously Ella’ and also her ‘Blood Orange and Coconut Vegan Mousse’.