With my Christmas shipping cutoff dates fast approaching, I have put together a Christmas gift guide to help those who are wanting to shop handmade this Christmas. And, of course, I would love you to shop handmade with Two Cheeky Monkeys and/or Domum Vindemia!
For customers outside of Australia, you have until the start of December to get your handmade pretties ordered. Orders after the 3rd of December will need to go via Express Post and still may not arrive in time (depending on the reliability of your country's postal service).
And don't forget that all orders can be shipped direct to your friends and loved ones and a small note included on your behalf! All of the items shown here can be found in my Etsy and Madeit stores so that you can shop in either USD or AUD.
Who doesn't love seeing their favourite man in a finely tailored suit, shirt and snazzy cufflinks? And for the guys who are overwhelmed by the array of highly feminine homewares and bookmarks, Domum Vindemia has both which will appeal to people of both genders.
She's the one who gave birth to you, wiped up your spills and lost sleep taking care of you when you were sick or injured. So spoil your mum with traditional freshwater pearl or vintage cameo jewellery, or add a little vintage fun to her home with doily buntings or upcycled cake stands.
Show you bestie how much you appreciate her with kindred spirit jewellery or accessories, or some fun hair accessories and homewares.
Teach little ones to love handmade young, with sweet ring sets and bracelets from Two Cheeky Monkeys, or upcycled mobiles and buntings from Domum Vindemia. Little boys won't miss out either, with a range of book buntings designed to appeal to rough and tumble boys.
We all have that friend or relative who loves her jewellery chunky, sparkly and bold. Two Cheeky Monkeys has a range of statement rings, necklaces and bracelets as well as Swarovski crystal jewellery and hair accessories to bring a sparkle to any eye.
In Australia it's that time of year when parents madly scramble to find something appropriate and not too cliche for their children's teachers, childcare minders and assorted sport and extracurriculur activity coaches. A quirky card is a fun way to thank those who have laboured all year to teach your kids and typography earrings are also a fun way to thank particularly on trend teachers. Literature bookmarks and thumb tack sets make great gifts for classroom teachers of either gender - no need to stress about what to get that male teacher!
Don't forget our cutoff dates:
Domum Vindemia - International, 2nd December; Australia, 14th December
Two Cheeky Monkeys - International, 4th December, Australia, 16th December