The Irish Gift Guide Part One

I see so many beautiful arts and crafts made in Ireland so I thought I do some mentions on my Twitter account. It’s been really busy and I’m seeing even more beautiful things, so to carry on the support I decided to write a blog post. Part One features things that I have bought, I love them and I thought you might too. So here you go:

Rachel Dubber. Nature Inspired Giftware. Who doesn’t love an Irish donkey? I bought a mug from Rachel this year and it cheers me up every time I see it. I love the way Rachel packages her orders and puts a little card in too.

Sew Cosy. Beautiful quilts, facemasks and bunting. I ordered a custom made quilt for Lucy last year and it was just perfect. We were both delighted with it.

Enagh Farrell Illustration from Dublin. I absolutely love Enagh’s work, I bought a pack of Christmas cards last year and every I sent them to loved them too. 

A Go On! Handmade Tea Cosies by Pauline McLynn, who you might know as Mrs Doyle from Father Ted. I’ve bought a couple of these and they are fabulous. Buy them here:

Martina Hamilton Jewellery Designer. Beautiful jewellery and a wide selection too. Martina also makes bespoke pieces, so if you have an idea in mind you can contact her. I recently bought the oyster pearl earrings and I love that they don’t hurt my sensitive ears.

Daisy Lane Design. Gorgeous facemasks, I absolutely love mine. I have the pug one above, I also have a cosmic one and a cosmic unicorn. Daisy Lane Design also makes headpieces, jewellery and more.

Wayne O’Connor Illustration. Art work chiefly inspired by Fantasy, Sci-Fi and Mythology. I’ve bought a couple of prints from Wayne, they are so unique.

Taryn de Vere. Gift a gift of colour with beautiful, wearable art. I love how these come gift wrapped. Such a lovely touch. Website down for the moment but I’ll add it when it’s up again.

Art Wood. Enjoy rainbows all year round with these beautiful suncatchers. Some have quotes or poems and you can even personalise them, find the shop here:

Miss Leela Sassafras from Sligo. Quirky cards for all occasions and custom made art. Leela makes really funky things, sure to put a smile on your face.

Belinda Northcote designs. I love these colourful prints and I’ve bought two of these for Lucy from The Cat and the Moon.

Canvas to Candle. Soy wax candles, scent and art. I bought a lovely scented balm from this website, perfect to put in your purse and smells great.

Slated. Beautiful slate homeware. Check out the personalised collection for something extra special.

Duck Blue have beautiful cards, notelets, art and so much more. I got some beautiful cards that I sent all over the world. Shop here:

Amile Gagne Studio. Colourful funky jewellery and art, check out the umbrella design, that’s the set I bought.

12 Quail Farm. If you love unusual soap you need to check out these donkey milk soaps. Great for your skin and just gorgeous.

The Handmade Soap Company. Soaps, lotions, candles, pillow mists and more. I love their diffusers, the lemongrass and cedarwood is my favourite.

Ruby Robin Boutique. The most delicate pieces made from pressed leaves and flowers. I have a beautiful dandelion one (shown in the featured image) but I love this fern one too….in fact I love them all.

Four Sprung Ducks make all kinds of cool things. Coasters, tide clocks, signs and more. You can find them at Strandhill Peoples Market or here.

I hope you’ve enjoyed this post and that it’s given you some ideas of things to buy for yourself or your family and friends. All photos except the donkey mug are the copyright of the companies.







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