The Astrid Box

£32.00
  • The Astrid Box
  • The Astrid Box
  • The Astrid Box
  • The Astrid Box
  • The Astrid Box

The Astrid Box is full of "at home" treats that will brighten your day and includes 3 brands that originated from lockdown.

What’s inside:

Bell Hutley luxury matches
Craze Candles set of two handmade bees wax candles
V.R.T. handmade face mask
Scrunchie gang hand made scrunchie
Beauty Kubes 3 Solid Shampoo Samples
Good and Proper Tea Sample of 2 Biodegradable Tea Bags
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Shipping – UK ONLY – Royal Mail First Class 1-3 days delivery. If you have a specific date in mind you would like this delivered you can email letterboxgems@gmail.com and we will try our best to deliver on the preferred date.

About the brands:

Craze Candles are created by Sydney who began making her own candles during lockdown. Sustainability is at the heart of Craze, meaning everything used is either recycled or recyclable and they use 100% natural ingredients. No two Craze candles are the same so we hope you love your truly unique candles as much as we do!

Scrunchie Gang was established by Scarlett and Chloe who worked in the music and fashion industry but sadly lost their jobs due to the impact of Coronavirus. Inspired by their love of the 90s and wanting a creative outlet they started making scrunchies from their homes in London and Bristol.

V.R.T.designs is created by Victoria in Lambeth who has a passion for design, sustainability and safety. Each facemask is hand sewn and are packaged in recyclable wrapping. 10% of each mask purchase is donated to the Lambeth Youth Opportunities Fund.

Bell Hutley is a London based artist and designer and created her brand in 2018. She is known for her whimsical illustrations and is inspired by Children's literature.

Beauty Kubes are an innovative sustainable company who create plastic free products by hand, aided with some specialised equipment in their manufacturing facility in Cornwall. The facility is powered by green energy from solar and wind turbines.

Good and Proper Tea started as a crowd funded business of a mobile tea bar in a converted van and is now an award winning company. They are based in Brockley South London. The teabags are plastic free, made of Soilon (from cornstarch) which makes them compostable. While the outer wrap is recyclable, this sustainably minded brand is working on a greener solution to this as well.