SOME THOUGHTS ON LOVELY,
SIMPLE THINGS TO SEND
A handmade card: This doesn’t have to be perfectly illustrated or include a long message – just have fun and let someone know you’re thinking of them. And you could use our ower cut-outs to make a card!
Seeds: I love the sense of hope and the forward-looking nature of giving seeds. They’re not just for avid gardeners either. Herbs or small, indoor owers are ideal for those restricted to a few pots on the windowsill.
Pressed owers I often pressed owers between heavy books when I was
Iittle and recently saw a friend’s child continuing this age-old tradition with a simple ower-press she’d been given. It’s such a thoughtful (and inexpensive) way to send owers.
Mini care package: For me, a care package should be about comfort, things to cuddle up with and enjoy – a favourite tea, maybe even a good novel, and certainly a treat to eat.
Photos: Real, actual printed photos! I take so many pictures these days, it’s lovely to share them as prints sometimes, as reminders of happy moments spent together.