I love finding new quirky shopping sites, and Two Red Trees is currently one of my favourites. Ever since I got my owl print from them, I’ve been going back to browse and buy presents – I bought this cloud necklace and just got this ever so pretty white ceramic dove.
Seeing as I’m a bit of a fan, Anna who runs Two Red Trees asked if I wouldn’t mind curating a Christmas list… so of course I did. You can see what I chose here although I’ve also posted three of my six favourites from my curated list below:
I love the yellow and grey colour combo on this cosy cushion…
Since I’ve taken up knitting again, I’ve started to wonder if I could take up crochet… this blanket is lovely, I love the whole handmade-ness of it.
And finally, there’s something about these mugs that I really like – they are pretty but they’re not twee:
So there you go – three of my top six choices for cosy wintery presents, and you can see the rest of my selection here. By the way, this isn’t a sponsored post – I genuinely like Two Red Trees and its ethos, which is to showcase and promote up and coming UK designers.
What’s even nicer is that you can engage directly with the crafty creative person who made your purchase – my ceramic bird came with a rather lovely email explaining all about how they made it in their little studio in Rye. That’s exactly the kind of thing that you just don’t get when you’re shopping with big name brands, which makes it all the more special.