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Boho’s Christmas Gift Guide #2 – 4th December

Boho’s Christmas Gift Guide #2 – 4th December

Hello and welcome this weeks edition of my Christmas Gift Guide. From now until Christmas I will be brining you 5 gift ideas each week, all different. Some for women, some for men and some for children, maybe even pets! I get sent all sorts here on the blog, so I thought this would be a great place to share the wonderful companies who get in touch with me and shout out their good work.

If you are a company looking for a bit of extra Christmas promotion then do get in touch [email protected] and tell me all about what you do. I’d love to promote as many small independent companies as possible, no business is too big or too small to appear on the blog.

So let’s get started! Here are this weeks recommendations for your Christmas Gifts

 

Resin Botanicals

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Resin Botanicals is a one-woman business that makes gifts inspired by nature. Home decor, accessories and jewellery are handmade with resin, real flowers, petals, and leaves. Items include coasters, earrings and necklaces, goddess torso mini statues, and keyrings. Bookmarks are a popular choice at the moment, as they are gender neutral and great for stocking fillers. Prices of items in the shop range from £4 to £25. www.etsy.com/uk/shop/ResinBotanicals

 

JJBlue Designs

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JJBlue Designs is a small business owned by Jane MacDonald a self-taught pattern designer based in Inverness, Scotland. Like many others, Jane lost all her usual income during the pandemic – she has worked in tourism and events for 30 years. Jane has now turned to her original love of pattern, colour and interior design. Her inspiration comes from the coastline around the highlands, from Scottish culture, botanical shapes and Mediterranean colours. www.contrado.co.uk/stores/jjbluedesigns

 

Storywood Tequila

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Storywood Tequila is a premium sipping tequila that is redefining the category. Storywood is the first and only range of tequilas that are fully matured in whisky or sherry casks in the world. The whisky-like characteristics drawn from the wood mean that they can be enjoyed neat or on the rocks
for deliciously smooth sipping, in classic whisky drinks giving them a tequila twist, or for totally unique
tequila cocktails. You can buy it HERE, HERE and HERE.

 

Eleventh Heaven

Boho’s Christmas Gift Guide #2 – 4th December Boho’s Christmas Gift Guide #2 – 4th December

Ann McKavney from Eleventh Heaven is a Designer & creator of bespoke one-of-a-kind hair adornments & jewellery. She works in the wedding industry but has recently pivoted her business and is now creating these beautiful face masks. A friend of mine ordered one from her and recommend them so I ordered 3 for me, one for Dexter and a set of Christmas masks for the whole family (see above). I have to say they are so comfortable and are made to such a high standard. They wash well and somehow Ann has managed to make the face mask look super stylish!. You can DM her on Instagram for orders  @eleventhheaven11 

 

4YaGifts

Boho’s Christmas Gift Guide #2 – 4th December

4YaGifts is an online gift store run by the venue stylists 4YaParty Weddings and Events. We know occasions and so we know gifts! Gifts for every event and celebration, as well as beautiful homewares and wedding favours. Make sure to check out our personalised gift collection! www.4yagifts.co.uk

 

SO THERE YOU GO, I HOPE YOU LIKE MY SELECTIONS FOR THIS WEEK, I THINK THERE ARE SOME FAB IDEAS FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS HERE.

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN FEATURING YOUR BUSINESS OR PRODUCTS ON NEXT WEEKS CHRISTMAS GIFT LIST THEN DO GET IN CONTACT [email protected]

HAPPY SHOPPING

BIG BOHO LOVE

KELLY XX

 

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