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Are you looking to get the perfect present for your Valentine this weekend? This year we’ve composed a list of handmade, sustainable, cruelty free and ethical gifts to show the one you love how much you care! Show your passion with a conscious goody (or two!) and spend your money with regard for social and environmental impacts.

Here’s our Valentines gift ideas we’re hoping to open this year…….



For those who love a chunky knit: COSSAC FASHION Lets face it, it’s still winter, and who doesn’t love to snuggle up in a cosy jumper. Make that jumper a fashionable one and give the person you care about the most one of these earth friendly designs.

For the pamper kings & queens: LIVING NATURALLY Their products are all handmade in the UK from 100% vegan, natural and organic, ethically sourced, sustainable & cruelty-free ingredients.The Organic Vanilla & Grapefruit Scrub is a favourite of ours.

For the make up lover: THE PIP BOX Make your Valentine’s generosity last a whole year and get a monthly subscription for a box of surprise of cruelty free products from brands that are kind, caring and create amazing products.

For those who can’t resist a cup of tea: WHINBLOSSOM We can’t resist these ceramics! Sourced from the cliffs on the Isle of Wight, the minerals within the clay shine through to give them an earthy and raw feel, which is simply stunning. Wake your partner up this year with a hot beverage in bed, in one of these beautiful mugs.

For the stylish one: ALICE CLARKE JEWELLERY Get a feel for the Yorkshire Dales with one of these stout rope necklaces sourced from local materials and made by hand (with love might I add). Alternatively, a pair of pastel cufflinks for the smart one.

For those who simply need a bag: WHAT DAISY DID Founded by Daisy and Ozric, What Daisy Did are committed to reducing waste and providing work opportunities for the UK’s homeless. The Wayfarer Collection uses waste army surplus materials that are available locally to create hardwearing, made to last bags. These bags are will never go out of style and they will last a lifetime.


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