Send Christmas messages using hand carved wooden letters and symbols for walls by Emily Readett-Bayley

By hampshirehouse December 1, 2018 blog

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Missed the Black Friday chaos?

here’s an early festive treat for you, from us

As a British company, with strong eco ethics and roots in traditional Indonesian woodcarving, we didn’t do a Black Friday deal, we like to do our own thing!

So, just in time for pay day and for this weekend only, we’re giving you 10% off ALL of our products from today until Sunday. So snuggle up and have a browse at our lovely unique gifts and get inspired…

All you need to do is use the discount code ‘XMAS10’ at the checkout on our website

wooden heart
wooden letters NOEL
wooden letters - blessed
wooden letters peace

How to have a consciously cracking Christmas…
POSH Graffiti style!

Here are a few festive ideas for you, to get your home looking beautiful and magical for the holiday season! Why not make conscious choices this year and buy special pieces that will compliment your home but also not cost the earth.
floral wooden letters PEACE on EARTH
Pop to the market and say hello!

We’ll be at

Donington Hall Christmas Fair on Saturday 1st December
Matlock Christmas Market on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th December

Come and browse of our beautiful handmade decorations and letters and meet our new lovely director Jason. We’ll also be taking pre-orders for our brand new lower case range and have some limited decorations in Rose Gold and Pewter colours.

wooden letters
merry christmas

In other news…high spirits and Chocolate Futures!

We had a fab time at Spirit of Christmas at London Olympia with Emily and were so glad to see you, if you managed to pop along and buy some of our letters there.

Chantal Coady OBE ( for services to chocolate! ) and Founder of Rococo Chocolates, joined Emily on her stand to tell customers about Emily’s exciting new Crowdfunder “Chocolate Futures” which aims to teach Indonesian farmers, some of whom carve our letters, how to ferment their cocoa and make craft chocolate.

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