Festival Packing Part 2 - Treats from dotcomgiftshop.com

by - Friday, August 09, 2013

I was going to tag this onto my festival fashion post but I thought it deserved a little post of it's own! I got talking to the lovely people at dotcomgiftshop when researching an article for Homemaker Magazine (which hopefully I can show you very soon!) and they kindly offered to send me some items to review. Having been a long time fan of their brand, I jumped at the chance and mentioned that I had a festival coming up and could do with some camping-type items. Low and behold, this box turned up this morning - 

I ripped it open and found that they had sent me not one but TWO beautiful goodies! 

First up were these super cute notebooks, which you can buy here. A little smaller than A5, they contain 64 sheets of lined paper and are VERY Cath Kidston. Normally when I review gigs I hate having to lug a pen and notepad around with me and tend to just take notes on my phone, but these are definitely small enough for me to slip in the back pocket of my shorts at Beacons next week. As you can see, they come a pack of three delicate prints - I'm thinking one for reviews, one as a to-do list and one for the minutes of my third year project meetings. At just £3.95 for all three, they are great value and very versatile.

Next was this adorable flask! I have always loved the idea of owning a flask - there is just something so British and classic about always having your tea to hand. Perfect for someone like me who is always on the go somewhere. I love the slightly faded-type vintage print and the cute mini mug on top. This flask should fit a good three cups of tea, so I shall be filling it in the press area at Beacons first thing every morning before setting off about my day! This flask is the Summer rose print and can be bought for £12.95 here, although do check out the other 8 prints - I particularly like the Spaceboy and Rustie The Fox patterns.

What do you think of my treats? If you haven't already, do go check out dotcomgiftshop.com. Selling everything from homewares to stationery to novelty and wedding gifts, they're a great, affordable solution for that friend who's difficult to buy a gift for, or even if you just want to treat yourself.

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