Staffordshire Indie Gift Guide 2023: 15 small businesses to support this Christmas

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Celebrating half a decade, the Beffshuff Staffordshire Independent Gift Guide is in its fifth year, and aims to shine a light on small businesses from Stoke-on-Trent and the surrounding areas so that shoppers can make a meaningful impact with their gifting this December.

This year, it’s continued to grow and is once again bigger and better than ever, jam-packed full of indie brands who make their gorgeous gifts right here in the heart of the Potteries, the Moorlands and more. Behind each business is years of dedication, dreams, heritage and hard work – and when you choose to spend your money with them, not only does it make a significant difference for small business owners, but supports the local economy, too.

According to Visa’s Where You Shop Matters campaign, for every £10 spent with a local business, more than a third (£3.80) stays within the area. Similarly, almost half of small business owners say that if everyone in their local community spent just £5 extra per week it would help to keep them open in the long term. 

That extra fiver would see £4.7 million per year going directly into our local economy annually, leading to more jobs, a better high street, a stronger economy and the opportunity for more creatives to thrive. Yes, it can be tempting to order everything online with next day delivery from major retailers and e-commerce sites – but take it from someone who’s love language is gift giving. Something handpicked, carefully considered, and perhaps even personalised will be treasured for a lot longer.

Not only that, but the products you’re purchasing are completely original, making both the gift, and the shopping experience much more personalised. Independent retailers are much more likely to offer you excellent customer service, and go the extra mile to make that gift a special one.

And not only does every sale see small business owners do that little happy dance from behind their till, desk or computer, 43 per cent of Brits say they, too, get a boost of happiness when they support local shopkeepers.

There’s something for everyone in this guide, from fashion and floral arrangements, to pottery and pamper products, as well as a collection of homeware, accessories and personalised gifts – each one tells a story of local pride, community support and creative passion, and is sure to put a smile on the face of your loved ones this Christmas. 

Remember to start shopping early this year, firstly because quite often makers, artists and illustrators make their products to order – particularly if they’re personalised – so make sure you get them bought with plenty of time for them to be delivered, wrapped, and hidden underneath the tree. 

These gifts have been handpicked from a raft of local and independent creatives who are right on our doorstep, offering unique, handcrafted creations to give to those who mean the most to you. Here are 15 brands where you can find the perfect Christmas present in Staffordshire this year.

Bowers Bits and Bobs

Christmas Eve is one of my favourite parts of December, from adding the finishing touches to presents, to getting my festive pyjamas on and settling down to watch A Muppets Christmas Carol with a hot chocolate and seasonal biscuit tin. Last year, I featured Bowers Bits and Bobs’ personalised sharing board which was perfect for those December cheese boards or picky bits, and loved it so much that I had to feature their Christmas Eve board this year.

Aaron and Lyndsey Bowers were both furloughed from their hospitality jobs during the pandemic just months after getting married and falling pregnant, sadly, the couple suffered a miscarriage, and found comfort in online communities, taking part in a Christmas Ornament Swap where you make an ornament for someone who has lost a child, and will receive one from someone in return.

Lyndsey said: “We signed up and, as perfectionists, went next level and bought an engraving machine. Within three days we realised we were quite good at this, and with the right materials and ideas, this nifty little laser could make quality products that people might just buy.”

Three years on and their business has continued to grow (along with their family!) with Bowers Bits and Bobs welcoming their little girl, Sophie, in 2022. In October this year, they also became winners of Theo Paphitis’ Small Business Sunday, with their Christmas Eve Board being just one of the wonderful gifts they make from their home. 

The £16 star-shaped board is perfect for someone who may have a little one just starting to understand the magic, or perhaps even younger to start traditions early on. It reads ‘A Little Christmas Treat’, with three engraved rings where children can leave ‘a snack for Santa’, ‘something to drink’ and ‘a snack for Rudolph’, alongside a little note that thanks Father Christmas for his visit.

These stunning environmentally sustainable bamboo boards are 28.3cm at their widest, making them the perfect size for most fireplaces or side tables. They are food safe and wipe clean, complete with a deep berry red ‘Merry Christmas’ ribbon for that extra festive finish.

Lyndsey said: “To our family, the magic of Christmas is in the traditions we have. Every year since I was born we’ve all got our pyjamas on early on Christmas Eve, watched Miracle on 34th Street together, hung our stockings on our bedroom doors, and then just before bed we put out the snacks we have for Santa and Rudolph, to make sure they leave lots of presents when they visit our house! After a rendition of ‘Twas the night before Christmas from Dad, we’re tucked up and ready for the morning. 

“We created our Christmas Eve Boards to help spread a little of that magic, and to kick start those traditions. Christmas is my absolute favourite time of the year. To be a tiny part of someone’s tradition is an absolute dream, but for that tradition to be a Christmas Eve one, it’s just wonderful.”

This is such a lovely thoughtful idea to really make Christmas Eve feel magical for the little ones, and while they make a beautiful gift from the grandparents or aunts and uncles, parents could even include one in a wider Christmas Eve box – another trend growing in popularity – with some new pyjamas and a Christmas movie. Bowers Bits and Bobs can even make personalised letters from Santa and ‘Santa, please stop here’ door hangers which form a fab trio of treats straight from the North Pole.

Cushy Paws 

Grace launched Cushy Paws as a Textiles intern as a way to make money while studying and has since earned herself a string of awards, including NewDesigners 2016 winner, Small Business Sunday winner 2020 and Young Trader winner 2022, as well as being a finalist for Young Trader in 2023.

She initially started her business making breathtaking pet portrait cushions, and over the years, the textiles creative has broadened her business to offer a number of collections from Christmas decorations to prints.

Grace launched her wash bags in 2022, and they still continue to be one of her most popular items both online and at the many markets she attends each year. They come in a range of designs including a bee print, bottle kiln, leopard, elephant and in this case, zebra. Each of the animals have been designed using recycled and repurposed fabrics and created in the same way as her pet portraits, before being turned into a digital design that can be printed on all sorts of items like coasters, cushions and these gorgeous bags.

The bags are made in a stunning shimmer velvet fabric that makes them feel super luxurious, and are complete with a black waterproof lining, making them suitable for storing makeup and toiletries. However, their functionality doesn’t end there, as they can be used for so many different things, like a pencil case, book bag, for keeping period products – anything, really. 

The bags alone cost £18.50, but for £24, you can get a matching scrunchie too. Earlier this year, Cushy Paws teamed up with another local business, Abi Through The Ears, who used the wash bag offcuts to make oversized velvet scrunchies that are designed for thick and long hair. They really do make the perfect pair, and you could even add in the matching coasters, tote bag or mug for a cute little set. 

Grace added: “By choosing our luxury velvet zebra wash bag, you’re not just gifting luxury, you’re supporting small businesses and artisans who pour their passion iinto every stitch.”

The Cosy Witch

December is all about making those dark nights super snug with winter reads, soft blankets and, of course, a scented candle, and what could be cosier than one from The Cosy Witch herself, Megan Green.

The 26-year-old set up her business in 2021, and recently sold her wares in John Lewis at The Trafford Centre, as well as opening up a physical store in collaboration with The Wriggly Tin Soap Co – who we’ll chat about later – called Feeling Cosy, in Leek.

This winter, she’s launching four new fragrances that will give you all the festive feels, including Have a Berry Christmas, By The Fireside, The Night Before Christmas and Yule Gingerbread, the latter of which happens to be my favourite.

Megan said: “At The Cosy Witch, we create candles that invoke memories. The Yule Gingerbread candle recreates the scent of gingerbread fresh out of the oven to remind you of those cosy Christmas days.”

Each of the fragrances are available in the form of wax melts for £3.99, as well as a small copper candle for £8.99, or larger tin candle for £13.99, meaning you can tailor your purchase depending on your home theme or your budget. 

Hand poured in small batches in Leek, the Yule Gingerbread tin smells just like gingerbread being taken out of the oven, with spicy and sugary notes in equal measure. It’s addictive and homely, and guests will no doubt be asking where you bought it and eyeing one up for themselves. Made from rapeseed and coconut wax, these candles are vegan and offer a clean burn when cared for correctly, with the large silver tins lasting for up to 40 hours.

I love the idea of gifting this with an on-trend bottle of match sticks, a book, and some snuggly socks for the ultimate quiet night in. The new Christmas scents haven’t launched online yet, but keep an eye out on this page for when they do.

Wriggly Tin Soap Co

Jody Foxcroft believes that soap shouldn’t be highly fragranced, covered in glitter and full of chemicals – so created the Wriggly Tin Soap Company to create, as she puts it, ‘good old fashioned’ bars of soap.

Made in her home studio in Leek, and sold at Feeling Cosy, Jody produces a range of goat milk and vegan soaps, using a combination of six different kinds of vegetable oils and butters, that undergo a cold process soap making method.

Also dedicated to making her business eco-friendly, Jody said: “Soap has one function, to make us clean – and it should do that without drying our skin and producing millions of excess plastic bottles for landfill each year.”

As such, all of the soaps are simply packaged in recycled and compostable materials, are 100 per cent plastic-free and none of the ingredients or final products are tested on animals. They’re also free from palm oil, sulphates and preservatives,

New for Autumn 2023 is the Christmas-inspired scent Orange and Cardamom, which is made using locally sourced goat milk from Biddulph Moor. Warm, festive with a hint of citrus, the sensitive-skin friendly soap blends cardamom with cloves, cinnamon, orange and a creamy tonka bean base. I almost wish I could get it in candle form – maybe The Cozy Witch and Wriggly Tin Soap need to do a collaborative line for the shop! They lather beautifully and last such a long time, especially if well looked after.

Each bar of soap is unique, hand-cut and weighs around 110g per bar, many of the scents are also considered unisex, with a bit of something for everyone. As well as the soaps, Wriggly Tin also offer handmade shampoo bars, body scrubs, bath salts and soaks as well as old fashioned shaving soaps so that you can design a pamper box perfect for every individual recipient. 

The Jaunty Fig 

Bright, colourful, comfy clothing designed with introverts and quiet souls in mind, The Jaunty Fig launched last year, with December 2023 being their first ‘proper’ festive season. Each of their adorable designs, from their Happy Kilns to the best-selling YAY sweatshirt, have been dreamed up, designed and drawn up by Lauren in her Endon home, before being hand printed and packed under the watchful eye of her rescue pup Ellie.

My pick for this year’s gift guide is their Figaro the dog sweatshirt, which is inspired by the pooch. The soft, cosy fleece-lined unisex sweatshirt comes in a choice of seven beautiful pastel and bright shades, available in sizes XS to 2XL, and features a gorgeous little illustration of a doggo that just so happens to look a little bit like my Phoebe, too (which may explain why I need to have one). 

Priced at £35, I opted for a medium and it’s incredibly snuggly, with soft, itch-free labels for my overstimulated huns, and a loose, comfy fit that’s long enough to reach without it riding up. It boasts an elasticated collar, cuffs and hem to keep the drafts out and the sleeves where you put them, made from an 80 per cent cotton blend that makes it wonderful quality that washes beautifully.

Speaking about the festive season, Lauren said: “Christmas for me is all about cosy times. Snuggled up under a blanket with the dog, a hot chocolate and my favourite soul-hugging sweatshirt. The Jaunty Fig is all about spreading colourful and cosy joy, with happy hoodies, sweatshirts and t-shirts that make the perfect gift to bring a sprinkle of snuggly sunshine to chilly winter days. 

“It’s my first proper Christmas since starting my business and I’ve fallen in love with the creative community in Staffordshire. It’s filled with incredibly talented, kind and supportive makers and wonderful customers that love to champion small businesses. I’ve met lifelong friends along the way and I can’t wait to share a cosy, happy Christmas amongst this magical community of the loveliest people!”

Ace with cosy leggings, comfy trousers or for layering over your fave snuggly t-shirt, you can shop The Jaunty Fig sweatshirts here. 

Bros Distillery Sixtowns

Already a fan of their London Dry Gin, I tried the Sixtowns Rum during an event with Feasted this Autumn, and bought myself a bottle the following week. 

Made by Bros Distillery, who have a base and bar at World of Wedgwood, the spiced recipe is the ultimate winter warmer, with the perfect balance of sweetness and spice. The Sixtowns Spiced Rum boasts tasting notes of caramel, apple pie, cinnamon, warm ginger, vanilla, subtle chocolate and a crackle of peppercorn, making it feel festive without being too Christmassy.

Incredibly smooth, the 40 per cent ABV rum is made in small batches of 100 or less, bottled and sealed by hand with an embossed bottle kiln copper stopper. What’s more is that their potbank bottles are even made locally at Wade Ceramics, home to the iconic Gluggle Jug, costing £39.95 each. When they’re empty, they make a beautiful vase for dried blooms, too. 

Sixtowns recommend serving their rum with a good quality cola and a squeeze of fresh lime, but it’s equally as delicious neat over ice, or mixed into a cocktail. It’s the third spirit I’ve tried from the brand and they never disappoint, with their London Dry and Pink Gin being a total delight. Just the vodka left to try now, then I’ll have the full set of bottles dotted around the house.

You could buy a bottle as a gift alongside tickets to the distillery tour, in Barlaston, although I can’t promise you won’t end up keeping the tipple for yourself to sip while you put up the tree and get the wrapping done.

Teppi

Founded by two friends Ella and Lydia, Teppi is a slow living lifestyle brand, inspired by the simple, slow living aesthetic of Scandinavian culture. Based in Woodings Yard, Stafford, their seasonal launches are highly popular, with their Mince Pie Plates selling out in less than 24 hours last year.

Teppi’s mindfully made products are super cosy – I’m a huge fan of their candles, and love updating my reading journal and taking my husk travel cup out when I’m working in town.  Earlier this week, the duo teased that their Christmas collection will be launching very soon – so do be sure to sign up to their newsletter to be the first to hear when everything goes online. 

Among their most popular wares are their range of handmade ceramics, and in this year’s guide we are loving their Naughty or Nice ceramic tag set. The set of six tags come in a Teppi gift bag, and feature the phrases ‘naughty’, ‘nice’, ‘ho ho ho’, ‘North Pole’, ‘Santa Claus’, and ‘believe’, and come with a cream ribbon that can attach to your desired spot. 

I think they’re the perfect addition to wrapped presents, bottles of booze (like the Sixtowns rum) or displayed on a table of party treats as is customary during the Christmas period. We’ve also seen Teppi use them to tie a bundle of carrots for Rudolph and the reindeer, while they also look cute on Christmas wreaths or to adorn mugs, candlesticks and more.

The set will cost between £20-£25, with each tag being individually handmade from speckled stoneware clay and embossed with black glaze lettering. Typically you can also buy the tags individually for £4 each. Use them to finish off your wrapping, or give them as a gift alongside one of their personalised journals or handmade ceramic mugs for a truly unique gift you won’t find anywhere else. That really is the beauty of shopping small.

tsp 

Remember when tsp had their little shop in Hanley before moving online to develop their wedding cake business? Well, that’s my Roman Empire and I think about their sweet treats at least once a month. So if that sounds like you, too – you’re in luck.

Tsp are now taking pre-orders for a luxury handmade biscuit tin that will be ready for delivery or collection just days before Christmas. Whether you’re planning on devouring them on Christmas Eve (maybe even saving one for Santa to put on your Bowers Bits and Bobs board), sharing them with the family on Christmas Day, or gifting them to someone with a sweet tooth, they’re sure to go down a treat.

Stuffed with delicious chocolate chip cookies, spicy ginger nuts, chocolate dipped shortbread, and iced gingerbread snowflakes, the biscuits have all been lovingly wrapped up and boxed in a metal tin ready to enjoy over the festive season. 

Not only do they look visually gorgeous, they taste incredible, each one thoughtfully baked to evoke a sense of nostalgia and yuletide spirit, and are well worthy of a Hollywood Handshake. My personal favourite has to be the crisp gingerbread – a match made in heaven with The Cosy Witch candle – but the chewy cookies are equally as tempting. 

Heather Tilstone said: “Christmas is always special to me. I love the cosy nights and the rustle of chocolate wrappers. And what’s not to love about twinkling Christmas lights? It’s so full of magic and merriment, not to mention lots and lots of food. I really love playing a part in people’s festivities, so creating a special treat or cake is always so exciting for me.”

The tins are priced at £35 and can be collected on December 22, or can be posted on December 21 for an extra cost. Order your box here.

Anya Parker James

For the fashion fanatics in your life, AnyaParkerJames is offering ethical, handmade clothing and accessories by repurposing ex-designer deadstock and vintage fabrics. Each of her designs are created to be timeless staples that can be worn time and time again. 

The fashion designer has always had a love of clothing and accessories, having got a part time job at Topshop before going on to study fashion at Newcastle-under-Lyme College and fashion design at De Montfort University.

Before launching her business, Anya bought an industrial sewing machine and some vintage fabric which she used to make her first collection. Lockdown hit and she was furloughed from Topshop, which later went under, and she went live with APJ in the September. From then on, the business has gone from strength to strength, including a recent pop-up stall inside Manchester’s Urban Outfitters.

The brand said: “Here we strive to create a world in which every piece in your wardrobe can be worn together harmoniously. Forget traditional and outdated fashion rules, we encourage you to layer up, creating a more sustainable and seasonally versatile clothing collection.”

Among one of my favourite APJ products are their zero waste hair bow clips, which come in mini, midi and long lengths. Handmade from deadstock bra elastic off cuts with a crocodile clip base, they can be attached to almost anything to inject a bit of personality and style. 

While they can be used as hair clips – I particularly like how Anya styles hers on either side of her head – they can also be attached to dresses or tops to make the straps more interesting, or to your bag to add a fun little flair. Anya added: “Christmas is such a fun time in the APJ studio, with new drops every week, it’s sustainable occasionwear heaven – just in time for party season. The zero waste hair bow clips are super versatile, and certain to look cute no matter what you use them for.”

Priced at £16 for the long length, pair them with an APJ dress or bag for a killer wardrobe combo you’ll be outfit repeating all year.

Right Hand House 

Inspired by botanicals, nature and all things vintage, Danielle at Right Hand House creates illustrated art with eco and sustainability at its heart. This winter, she’s brought back her best-selling Christmas card designs so that you can put a smile on someone’s face this December. Danielle runs Right Hand House part time from her Newcastle home while juggling another job and her two young children.

This year, her set of three illustrated Christmas cards come in at £8, and have a beautiful botanical theme adorned with festive phrases like ‘deck the halls’, ‘joy, love and kindness’ and, of course, ‘Merry Christmas’. 

All of the cards are A6 in size and printed onto thick 350gsm, recycled card stock that feels super tactile and velvety, each coming with a Kraft paper envelope. They can also be purchased individually for £3.50 each, but the multipack will save you £2.50 on the overall price.

Danielle said: “Hands down, these are the best Christmas cards I’ve created. I feel like they’re actually a little piece of me in each of these three designs – all botanical, ginkgo, houseplant inspired – I’m over the moon with them.” 

As well as being sent as traditional Christmas cards, these also look beautiful framed and dotted around the house for a little festive touch, or hung in a row above the fireplace between your stockings. Pick up yours here via the Right Hand House Etsy store, and take a look at her pretty plant-inspired prints, pins and personalised gifts here.

Born Stokie

It’s impossible for someone who was born or has lived in the Six Towns for a long time to not look at Maryellen Butler’s Born Stokie Nostalgia range and not smile. Born from a love of the Potteries dialect, the collection sees popular phrases like ‘Ay Up’ ‘Ow At’ and ‘May un Mar Lady’. 

“It was Christmas that actually sparked the birth of the Nostalgia range,” said Maryellen. “For me, Christmas is a time for one another, for family, reminiscing and for traditions old and new.”

And one of her best-sellers this time of year is the Snappin Tin – a metal lunch box inspired by her Potteries-born parents. She explained: “Growing up the daughter of a pit man and watching my mum make dad’s ‘snappin’ each night and putting it in his tin box is a memory I cherish, along with all the odd sayings and words my parents and grandparents spoke. Now as a mother stood making “snappin” for our kids and ‘me owd’, I realised the words I hold fond and grew up with are literally a completely different language to my own children, as is the case for many generations.”

It’s something that is super relatable, even today. My dad still takes a packed lunch to work with him each day, often made by my mum the night before. No doubt this beautifully illustrated metal tin will find its way into his rucksack after the Christmas break. Designed with a hinged so you don’t lose the lid, its front features a sandwich, bottle and snacks, and comes in at £14.99 at the Stone based boutique Jolu.

You can also often find Maryellen at the local markets, if you want to pick one up in person. She added: “I honestly get the most joy when I’m standing at a market, looking on at the warm grins that spread across peoples faces as they read the nostalgia range. The ‘snappin tin’ is always the biggest smile!”

Delilah’s Garden

Floral stylist Lucinda launched Delilah’s Garden in November 2022 and is best known for her dried bloom greetings, including everlasting bouquets, wreaths and other gifts. Her boho inspired designs are oh-so on-trend, and can often be found at local markets and stockists like Feeling Cosy, Leek or The Wandering Bee, in Stone.

If you’re looking to give your home a festive feel, then one of Lucinda’s dried wreaths is the perfect way to add a sprinkle of yuletide spirit to your front door. I bought mine at the Josiah and Co Artisan Market and have been using it to add a Christmassy feel to my Instagram photos, but will be using it to adorn the fireplace instead of a garland this year. I love how there are no two the same, with different colours and textures, finished with a twine loop and sage coloured ribbon that makes it look super pretty.

While you could buy a wreath as a gift, or keep one for yourself, there are also an array of dried bouquets that could be gifted with a vase or vessel that will spruce up any table, shelf or nook in the home.

Currently the best place to shop Lucinda’s designs are at the local markets, so be sure to follow her Instagram account to find out where she’ll be next.

Forged in Fables

Forged in Fables started off making cute felt brooches, and since launching her Etsy shop ten years ago, has since expanded into colourful decor, positive affirmations and cute plush decorations that are perfect for brightening bedrooms and adding the finishing touch to new nurseries.

Ran by mum-of-two Stef and her doggo, Tim, each design is made to order from her reclaimed teachers’ desk in her home studio using vegan friendly felt, which can be used to make custom designs and personalised name bunting.

Stef said: “I love that this business has given me the opportunity to interact with so many like-minded people and my wonderful customers who get in touch with the best custom orders for me to design. I love how my business has slowly grown and developed and hope that it will continue to do so.”

This felt bunting is the ideal gift for little ones to add some character into their nursery or bedroom. This particular design is the safari theme, which is great for jungle or dinosaur themed spaces, boasting muted greens and beautiful brown tones. 

It is available in two sizes (this one is large) and with pointy spearhead or curved scallop shaped flags, and can have as many flags as you need to spell your desired name or phrase. Stef added: “The main colours used are moss green, sage green, amber brown, teddy brown, stone and mustard. For longer bunting I add in darker shades of olive green and repeat some of the main colours. You can request any of the colours above to be used in any order or I am happy to put examples together for you to select from.”

The personalisation can be used to spell out any name, word, number line or positive affirmation. Whether ordering for your own home or as a gift, this bunting is a great way to add colour to any nursery, kid’s room or studio space.

Lovely Little Sparrow

Based in Uttoxeter, Joanne from Lovely Little Sparrow specialises in making upcycled flatware, ceramic jewellery and gifts from discarded items, such as dug up shards from local pottery landfills and old silverware.

If you’re gifting a book this Christmas, why not pair it with one of Jo’s lovely little knife blade bookmarks? Each one has been blunted and rounded off before having a quote or phrase hammered into the blade – this one reads ‘I love you to the moon and back’ and is priced at £8.

The bookmarks – or letter openers – are each finished with a little tassel, which just so happens to match the ones on the zips of the Cushy Paws wash bag, again, making a cute cohesive gift.
Jo said: “From a young age I showed an aptitude for drawing, being creative and crafting. My home town Stoke-on-Trent is where I took my Fine Art Degree at Staffs Uni as a mature student. Metal-work sculpture and Photography were my main areas of interest, and interestingly I seem to be using everything I’ve learned over the course of my careers. I’ve worked within the pottery industry, been a wedding photographer, graphic designer,  Jewellery Maker and a Milliner. Every item I create is unique, so they will never be identical.”

Jo sells her wears regularly at stalls on Eccleshall Town Market and Penkridge Market, and is also stocked at Potteries Museum. You can follow her on Instagram here.

Rae Downey 

Rae Downey, aged 24, graduated with a B.A in Fine Art in 2020. It was in her second year of the course that she decided that she wanted to work with clay full-time, and launched her ceramics business in 2021. 

Rae makes beautiful wheel-thrown and handcrafted ceramics from her Spode-based studio, and these gorgeous thrown mugs are the ultimate gift for that friend or family member who is forever flicking the kettle on.

I went for this earthy green shade, but there are also some dark and light blue and lilac versions of this cosy ceramic cup, each priced at £17. The glaze on these is wonderful, with a speckled effect that reminds me of Cadbury Mini Eggs. It’s similar to the one used for Teppi’s ceramic tags, again making for a sweet ceramic duo. 

They’re really tactile and have a really nice weight to them and are the perfect size for a cup of tea, coffee, hot chocolate or chai. If someone recently moved into a new home, or has mentioned wanting to update their crockery, you could even get the full set of four, or four the same colour for a lovely matching set. Shop them here on Etsy.

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