This charming ribbon can be used to decorate gifts, hang up decorations, make cards, decorate the tree or Christmas table and for craft projects.
These vintage, distressed building blocks spell out the word 'BATH'.
Bang on trend, these graduated copper effect (made of brass) storage trays are a must for any fashion conscious person who is looking for some visually superb storage solutions. Perfect in an office, bedroom, living room or kitchen, these trays are a fabulous accessory.
These vintage, distressed building blocks spell out the word 'Love' and look lovely on a window sill or shelf.
These elegant nickel tea light holders have the same design on both sides and are perfect for the middle of the Christmas table where the design can be appreciated by both sides of table.
At last, a simple, festive craft project that will keep children entertained but the finished result will not compromise your festive scheme.
New for 2014! A stunning range of traditional card advent calendars depicting a range of Christmas scenes by the highly talented Alison Gardiner. This calendar depicts a beautiful palace with Santa flying high above it and a king decorating his snowman in the foreground.
We are delighted to introduce our new range of card advent calendars from the highly talented Alison Gardiner. This one depicts a traditional village scene complete with olde worlde houses, Christmas tree and snowman.
Once upon a time there was a cosy little wooden house in the forest.......
A stunning range of traditional card advent calendars depicting a range of Christmas scenes by the highly talented Alison Gardiner. This calendar depicts the arrival of baby Jesus with Mary and Joseph receiving visitors including the three wise men and a shepherd with his sheep.
Following on from the success of the stunning snowy house advent calendar, Sally Swannell now brings us 'snowy garden' a delightful winter scene of a cottage with it's snow covered garden. Packed with charming aspects, children and adults alike will love searching for the 24 opening windows as each day of advent passes.