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My Christmas Wishlist

I love all things handmade and saving up my pennies to buy that good quality item always pleases me. Here are some of my favourite handmade items from Barnsley businesses that deserve to be on any Christmas wishlist.


This gorgeous Dusky Pink dress really caught my eye and I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s already sold by the time I’m posting this! It has a really simple chic look to it and looks like you could dress it up and dress it down which I’m always a sucker for garments that are versatile! This dress is £40 and is from Junction 36 Boutique in Hoyland Common, see their website here and Facebook.


Every girl needs a good clutch bag and this one does not disappoint. This one is from Chic-yCow and I love the colours of this with the studs too. I did a product review of my choker that I bought from Chic-yCow, read it here. This clutch is £42.50 on their Etsy shop but also stock numerous other shops locally, see their Etsy here and their Facebook.


Chokers are quite a big trend at the moment and come in all shapes and sizes, however this choker from Klue Doll is really chic looking and can make the right outfit really pop. Klue Doll are doing quite a few different style chokers and necklaces available to order directly from her but this particular one is just £5 and you can order by emailing See the other ones available on her facebook page.


While I’m not a big lipstick girl, I do like to take care of my lips and sometimes a subtle colour is all I want. Pura Cosmetics is a local natural lip care business and I admire all their products. However they are doing a special limited edition Christmas range and how can a Chocolate Orange lip balm not be appealing?? It’s on their website for £2.75 along with some other variations for Christmas and all their regular products, see the website here and their Facebook page.


Nomad Atelier in Barnsley town centre has some really exquisite luxurious items but the fabric on this dress really got my attention. A technique called Devore has been used on this, meaning the Devore chemical burns away the natural velvet fibres making this beautiful effect. This dress is on their website for £549, see it here. We visited their shop a few weeks ago for their anniversary party, you can see all the pictures and read about it here.

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