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Spotlight on … | Hello Sunday

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Today I’m collaborating with Hello Sunday and giving a shout out to their new online store.

Hello Sunday is an Australian company who care about the environment and the people involved in making their products, fusing natural materials and ethical manufacturing.  We all know just how important this is in the world today. I think the graphics are beautiful.  Take a look at their website, I know you’ll agree with me.

Hello Sunday logo

Who are Hello Sunday?

We begin with a purpose driven product concept which adds value to everyday life.

We make it as naturally as we possibly can. Textile goods from cotton, leather and brass. Our Essensory candle décor from porcelain, glass, paper and soy wax.

And we work with factories where workers are treated with kindness and respect.

The signature for each product story is our beautiful graphics. We search the world for the freshest artistic talent to imbue each product with a unique presence.

In addition to our own brand, our online store also includes an inspiring collection of greeting cards, wrapping paper, stationery and lifestyle accessories from our friends around the world.

Read Hello Sunday blog for information about the designers and tips/ideas. 

Connect with Hello Sunday via social media: | Pinterest  |  Instagram | Facebook |


I chose Hello Sunday’s Martha medium tote to review. When I’m crocheting my own projects I often leave my work on the sofa and this has a tendency to happen …

Taz sitting on crochet left on the sofa.
Just look at that face! Taz knows he shouldn’t be there …

A tote would be the perfect answer. 🙂

First of all I thought it was great that I received an email from Sendle (the delivery company) with a tracking link so I could see where my parcel was at every stage of its journey to me. I think this is reassuring when your purchase is travelling a long distance.

I loved the pretty packaging (notice that it matches Hello Sunday branding).

Hello Sunday packaging

The transit from Australia to the UK didn’t have any impact and it arrived in very good shape.

Martha is an all purpose cotton tote and is the perfect size (310mm x 250mm) for my current crochet project or to carry my current read when we’re out and about on one of our day trips. 

The artwork by Dear Prudence is gorgeous.  I love that one side is Martha (isn’t she cute!) with a complementary design on the other side. 

Hello Sunday Martha Tote

This tote has a very handy inside pocket making it not only a great fashion accessory but practical as well. 

The handles of the tote are sewn between the outer and inner fabric giving it strength to last.  I can see Martha being in use for a long time. 

As is usual practice, Hello Sunday have a refund policy. It’s straight forward to understand should there be the need to return anything.

If you’re looking for a tote that’s unique, Hello Sunday’s Martha tote is a recommend from me.

One last note for my UK readers, don’t be put off by Hello Sunday being an Australian company.  Hello Sunday offer free International shipping for orders over $100 AUD (at the time of preparing this post, $1 AUD = £0.55).  There are restrictions on some products.  You can purchase Hello Sunday own branded items and Essensory candles.

If you’re looking for a unique gift for someone special, a birthday coming up or buying a treat just for you, take a look at Hello Sunday.  You won’t be disappointed!

The honest opinions given in this post are mine and are based on my experience of receiving and using the Martha medium tote from Hello Sunday.  

Giveaway

Giveaway for booklovers!

Hello Sunday are generously offering a giveaway of their ‘Girl of all Work’ magnetic bookmarks (blossom).

Hello Sunday Magnetic Bookmarks

Easy entry via the Rafflecopter below. Please read the terms and conditions before entering.

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Good luck!

Family comes first! I'm married with two son's in their 20's and have a little more time now to follow my passions. I love my role as an Inclusion Lead in KS2 and I'm passionate about early help. I'm a member of Bournemouth's Early Help Operational Board working alongside others to instigate change and growth. I'm also passionate about my love of reading, being out in nature and creating with crochet. I've been blogging for eight years at Jera's Jamboree.

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