Hannah Elliman is our go-to girl for up-cycling inspiration and trust us, you will not be disappointed. . Recycle Week 2020 is here and we wanted to share another of her incredible creations. Keep scrolling and for even more be sure to head over to Hannah’s feed.Read More »
Josephine is a hairdresser and established charity shopping pioneer thanks to her now retired YouTube channel which consisted of mainly vintage & charity Shop hauls and lookbooks. She was elected the ‘Shop Good Stuff’ Ambassador for Giving Tuesday in 2016 and has continued to spread the message of second hand love, choosing to buy entirely second hand only from January 2019.Read More »
Hello everyone! My name is Stevie and today I wanted to share a little bit about how I got into crocheting my own clothing and how charity shopping ties in with that! I’m a huge fan of shopping pre-loved and have been buying from charity shops for years but recently, I’ve got more and more into up-cycling, DIY projects and making my own clothing – crochet being my main craft of choice!Read More »
The Barnardo’s x Little Big Bell collection is here and we couldn’t be more excited.
The exclusive collection is available for one week only. You can bid on your favourite pieces over on our eBay store with everything starting at just 99p. Yes, that’s right, 99p!
The collection features items that have been handpicked from Barnardo’s stores by Little Big Bell. Geraldine has also kindly donated a number of her own beautiful pieces. You can quite literally shop Little Big Bell’s home.
The collection also features a number of items which have been kindly donated which includes @Doodle_Moo , Eleanor Bowmer, Gayle Mansfield Designs, Nanas of Anarchy, Particular People , The Native State, Sugar Snap Studio, Bombay Duck London, Catherine Rowe Designs, W.A Green, Hannah Carvell, Kitty McCall and Moi Mili.
Don’t forget to share your finds with us using #MyBarnardosFind. What are you waiting for, get bidding!
Here are my top tips for preloved homewares shopping if you do go visit a Barnardo’s charity store.Read More »
Tie-dye? Yes please. It’s a fun and easy way to jazz up a plain t-shirt that’s sitting in your wardrobe. The crazy talented Hannah Elliman has been experimenting with natural dyes and accidentally created this tie-dye beaut. She achieved this gorgeous pink colour by boiling avocado stones and their skins and we are obsessed. Keep […]
Delicate summery and refreshingly good
Pulling your style and keeping it individual can be a challenge with more and more high street chain stores morphing and offering rail upon rail of similar looking stock.
Finding a pretty print, shirt or dress that can be paired with you favourite skinny jeans, coloured tights is a treasure hunt worth exploring. So many contemporary designers draw inspiration on past styles and prints, owning an original is priceless without the price tag to match.Read More »
At the beginning of the impending lockdown listening to people’s concerns of what the future holds, practices changing and working from home, I decided that I would try my hand at growing vegetables.
With plenty to do I knew that this would also give me a chance to learn, nurture and hopefully reap some rewards too.
I have grown vegetables a handful of times before but never have I ever been a consistent grower.
Gardening is a peaceful practice and just being outside is good for the mind as well as the soul.