Oh hey! Thanks for dropping by, just a short update from me this time around!
This week I’ve put together a round up of small businesses who have created accessories and products to spice up your outdoor space: whether that be acres of land; a gorgeous inner-city balcony, or anything in between!
Are your plants lacking a beautiful handmade pot to live in? Or do your terracotta window boxes need some pizzazz? Why not forget huge chain garden centres and instead consider buying from an indie business instead?!
So, ready for 5 creatives who have your garden accessories covered?? Let’s get going!
I honestly cannot get these mushroom guys and their charming little silly expressions out of my head – hand painted polymer clay and available in pink, red and green! Lotte also offers a fab 2 for £10 deal for these over on her Etsy shop!
I love these hand embroidered cotton picnic blankets and printed hammock – with your choice of wording too, think of all the options!
SHOP: www.etsy.com/uk/shop/jonnyssister / jonnyssister.co.uk
IN OTHER WORDS
Cheeky wording to stick in your pots, and unlike the usual engraved plant markers I’ve seen so often – these wire bad boys are a no brainer for my small business garden must-haves!
SHOP: inotherwordsdesigns.co.uk / www.etsy.com/uk/shop/inotherwordsdesignUK
BRENNA ARNOLD CERAMICS
Hand thrown by Brenna in Ireland, these pots will add a touch of joy to any garden, or balcony, or any room inside for that matter…!
MY LITTLE HABITAT GB
Have a go at creating your own environments for the wildlife in your garden with these kits – made from all natural ingredients, their products include bee hotels, bird feeders and wildflower bombs!
I hope you are able to spend some time outside in the sunshine this weekend, and that this helped for some ideas on how to spice up your garden, at the same time as supporting talented small business owners! These pieces would also make some great gifts for green fingered friends who already have all the plants they could possibly need!
Thanks for reading!
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