Postable gifts to say ‘thinking of you’

by | 1st May, 2020 | 0 comments

Sadly, the COVID-19 restrictions continue, with little prospect of us being able to visit friends or loved ones in the near future. While many of us can participate in video chats and phone calls, an unexpected gift through the post can bring a little extra cheer. This is especially welcome for when we hear that someone in a friend’s family has the coronavirus and we would like to show them extra support and love.

I am pleased to say I have been able to send more of my glass heart light catchers out, on customers’ behalf, to people going through just such hard times – made even harder by the fact that hospital visits are not allowed.

Many small, creative businesses are able to carry on making beautiful, unique items that can be selected online and posted direct to your recipient. In my case, I can even add a handwritten message from you to go inside your package – just let me know what you would like to say.

Items like coasters can even fit straight through the letterbox (they are well packed to avoid damage). I can make them to order in the shape (square, round or heart) and colour of your choice. Heart light catchers are another good choice – again these can be made in your colour preference. Or how about a piece of jewellery? I have pretty necklaces listed in my shop.

If you would like to send something a bit larger, such as a funky sculpture, these can be packed carefully and sent by courier to the doorstep of your choice. Again, a handwritten note can be included with your artwork to make it an extra special surprise for your loved one.

In these difficult times, we can still share a little happiness while we look forward to seeing friends and loved ones in person again.

In the meantime, stay safe everyone!


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