A lovely Christmas gift to send to someone near or far! A festive wrapped bundle including a Felix the Fox tea towel, which can be cut and sewn into a cushion or character companion, a book of Christmas poems with your message on the enclosed bookmark and a choice of hand printed wooden decorations.
Choose your favourite decoration set from the drop down menu. Robins, berries and winter flowers or partridges and pears!
Don't forget to write a message in the comment box at checkout and we will be sure to add it to the bookmark (as pictured) in our best handwriting to personalise. Let us know if you'd like it left blank instead.
Make sure you remember to add the shipping address of the recipient at checkout so it can wing its way to them. Gifts will be sent by standard class Royal Mail for FREE!
More about the tea towel:
Felix the Fox is a silkscreen design on 100% cotton. It can simply be used as a tea-towel/dish -towel (wash at 40 degrees centigrade) or following the easy printed instructions Felix can be cut out, sewn and stuffed to make a bright, attractive child's toy or cushion. Alternatively Felix can filled be with dried beans, pulses or sand to make a door stop. His stuffed height from base to ear is about 15.5 inches (40 cms ) The tea-towel is 32 inches x 19inches (81cms x 48 cms).
More about the poem book:
It’s better to give than to receive, as the saying goes. But then, of course, there is sharing which contains a bit of both. This mini-anthology of specially-commissioned poems by leading poets captures the rich rewards of that exchange – whether the memory of time spent with a loved one, the singing of carols or the magic of getting ready for Christmas morning with a young child:
“We fill your pillow case with glittered jewels
and illuminated texts. In the morning you wake to find a room
covered with frosted leaves, berries and fairy lights.”
from ‘Midwinter Gods’ by Jessica Mookherjee
There’s humour in an imagined baby shower for the new-born Christ-child, complete with a carpentry set and a bottle of pink fizz from someone who thought it was going to be a girl. Elsewhere we encounter an ailing family cat who recovers just in time to run rings around the Christmas tree.
This selection will delight and entertain – while also reminding us of the things that really count.
Poems by Andre Bagoo, Suzannah V Evans, Mark Fiddes, John Greening, Helen Ivory, John McCullough, Jessica Mookherjee, Pey Oh, Kelley Swain and Ben Wilkinson.
Cover illustration by Sarah Young.