Supporting small business

Hi everyone,

Since the lockdown, I’ve been trying to buy something from a small/medium Irish business every few weeks. None of these are sponsored etc but just wanted to share what I’ve bought to promote these businesses and maybe you’ll see something you like too. I’ll be adding to the list every week too so be sure to check it out!

Also, customer service is REALLY important to me. Each of these companies have excellent customer service too.

Brooke and Shoal Fragrancesย 

Nine Arrow

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Todayโ€™s small Irish business shout out is @rosieanddott. I recently bought the gold leaf handband and ring box you can see in the picture. But I also bought my wedding earrings and hairpiece from Rosie and Dott too! Siobhรฉal is just so fab- follow her and youโ€™ll see what I mean! She does a daily roundup of tik tok videos and recently started sharing diy tutorials for decorations for weddings/hens etc. She always sends a hand written note when you buy anything from her online store which I think is such a lovely touch! I canโ€™t recommend her or Rosie and Dott highly enough! ๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜๐Ÿ˜ #smallbusiness #shoutout #sunday #irishprimaryteacher

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Rosie and Dott

 

Unbound

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This weeks support small business is @unbound_ireland based in Cork. Thank you so much to the lovely follower who recommended them. Unbound has a fantastic range of products from stationery to lunch boxes, planters to water bottles. I spent so long on the website looking at various things and I cannot wait to visit their store whenever I can get to Cork (hopefully during the summer) I bought a sloth lunch box, new notebook and pen holder (bullet journal which Iโ€™m planning to use for college in September-hopefully), a flamingo weekly planner, a pen and beeswax wraps for food! I ordered on a Monday and it arrived the next day which was amazing (free shipping over 50 euro too)! #smallbusiness #shoutout #irishprimaryteacher #supportingirishbusinesses

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Artsy Avril