I searched high and low for a selection of quirky postcards to send. When I stumbled upon these retro designs I was thrilled, I couldn’t help but buy two for myself.
This Pocahontas snow globe was my first charity shop find of the week, and it was pure chance that I spotted it sat in the children’s section. I’ve always loved Pocahontas and of course being a snow globe means there's a little magic about it.
I made a much anticipated trip to Cath Kidston, one of my finds was this miniature pin tin shaped just like a house. This is by far the cutest, tiniest tin I own!
My love for Beatrix Potter only deepens, and when I spotted this biography my heart skipped a beat. I have always admired Beatrix’s work and cannot wait to delve a little more into her world.
My first trip to Seasalt meant I was totally spoilt for choice when it came to choosing which jute bag to buy. This strawberries and cream design won me over in the end and since arriving home has already proven a firm favorite.
The day before we came home I spotted this tin on the bottom of a crowded charity shop shelf, I knew instantly it was going to be mine. I turned it over and discovered it was the lovely Emma Bridgewater.
The pure novelty of holiday shopping means when you bring it all back home and unpack, you almost forget what you have bought and it’s just like Christmas.