This week we’ve been getting into the festive spirit, creating a special Christmas wreath for the charity, Place2Be.
Place2Be is a children’s mental health charity that works to improve the emotional wellbeing of children and young people by providing counselling in schools throughout the UK.
This Christmas, Place2Be are holding a Wreath Raffle, which sees designers come together and create their own wreaths to raise funds for the charity.
We are honoured to be taking part alongside other designers such as David Collins Studio, Martin Brudnizki Design Studio and the KLC School of Design.
Our Christmas wreath, named ‘Bark the Herald Angels Sing’, is inspired by our colourful collection of patchwork toys, created from offcuts and recycled fabrics from our design studio.
What could be better spending Christmas with Timothy Turkey, Mr. Fizz our miniature dachshund and Mr. Puff the dragon?
Our Patchwork Toys are handmade in the UK and each one is different, with a limited-edition number.
The wreath is a one-off design and suitable for indoor display. We have used traditional festive foliage with eucalyptus, ferns and blue and white berries. The toys bring colour and joy, adding that unique and whimsical touch that we love.
Once the season is over, you will be able to re-purpose the detachable accessories as presents or use the keyrings on your bag.
Tickets are just £10. CLICK HERE to be in with the chance of winning our wreath and to donate to this worthy cause.
The winners will be drawn on 26 November, with wreaths being delivered by 1 December – in good time for the festive season.