December is almost upon us- can you even believe it? I am slowly getting there with my Christmas shopping (by getting there I mean making multiple lists….) and I am beginning to feel festive with all of the Christmas bits and bobs in the shops.
Over the last few years I have had to buy various stockings, first there was one for Gracie, then Lils arrived and I had to buy another matching pair and now of course we have Wills and they don’t sell the ones the girls have. So, because I like everyone to have the same, I have been on the look out for something for Father Christmas to put their presents in.
The Treasured is an online shop which sells so many gorgeous products, all made by British designers and makers. It was set up by the lovely Laura and so when she asked me if I’d like to take a look at her site I was more than happy – I love to help promote British businesses! She very kindly sent over personalised sacks for the children and they are just perfect!
When I first became a parent I was never particularly careful in my choice of toy or product, but over the years I am realising that quality shines through and I need to seek out the best for our family. The great thing about The Treasured is that everything is under £50, with most products actually being under £20, and everything is gorgeous and beautifully made.
The sacks are made from 100% natural cotton and you can choose from five cute designs in either yellow or pink. They are going to look so cute on Christmas morning – I cannot wait to see their little faces when they see their names!
The fact that they are beautifully made means they will last for years and years and I also like that they aren’t gimmicky so they will love them forever. There are so many gorgeous products I have my eye on, especially the Christmas treat box – yum!
I have a 15% off code for you too, so you can go stock up on gorgeous gifts too! Just use WHATKATYSAID at the checkout!
And if that wasn’t enough – I also have one personalised penguin Christmas sack to give away! Just complete the widget below to be in with a chance of winning. Good luck!
Where does Father Christmas leave your presents?