Christmas Cards 

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One of my favourite things about the festive season is sending Christmas cards. I always set aside an evening to write the cards (or at least the UK cards). Sat in front of the fire, with a glass of wine and something nice to eat, writing letters to the people I care about most. It is a calming and thankful thing to do. A way to concentrate on all the lovely people. Do you love sending cards too? Do you buy a pack or do you get individual ones for each person you write to? Here are a few of our favourite Christmas cards. Read more

Baking up a Treat

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Things to Bake:

The nights are drawing in and Christmas is coming. A lovely time to bake and make treats. So here are a few ideas that make great snacks for when people visit. Or great gifts for people for Christmas. Read more

Gift Guide | Five Pounds and Under

Here are a lovely selection of gifts all five pounds or under. Lovely gifts that are great on their own, in gift sets (we can gift wrap them for £2.50 – just let us know if you want them all wrapped together or separately.) Or they are great as stocking fillers. We have plenty of other things under £5 on the site, but these are a few of our favourites. And remember everything arrives wrapped in ethically sourced tissue, for no extra charge. Read more

Ethical Gift Guide – Under £20

Here are a few of our favourite ethical ideas for gifts this Festive season, all £20.00 or under.  Read more

How to have an Ethical Christmas

There are many ways to have an ethical Christmas and we have written down just a few ideas. Here is our guide to having a Christmas which is merry and ethical.  Read more

Christmas Traditions – Part 2

 

 

 

 

As promised this is Christmas traditions – part two! Do you have a favourite festive tradition?

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Christmas Traditions – Part One

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I love Christmas! When you are small it is all about the magic of Santa, flying reindeer, parents secretive whispering and packages under the Christmas tree. As I have gotten older I still find Christmas magical. The scent of pine, feeding the christmas cake, watching Christmas films (Love Actually, at least once!).. the list goes on. But, there are a few new things that I love about the festive season. One of my new favourite things about Christmas is finding out what other people do. What traditions they have and follow each year, or reminisce about. We asked a few people their favourite Christmas traditions. All people we asked have worked with us in some form over the last year. Here are a few of their Christmas traditions: Read more