Stationery to write to love ones, a journal to write to yourself, tea to bring you warmth, and a candle to let go of your worry. We all need a little comfort right now and this kit can be a thoughtful exercise to help you feel at ease.
All paper used is made from 100% post consumer recycled paper or repurposed from books.
Candles are made with 100% pure Canadian beeswax with cotton wicks and a burn time of around 15-16 hours. Beeswax votives are unique in that they fully liquefy as they burn. That means they need to be lit in a cup; reusing old candle cups works perfectly! Cup not included.
- 2 envelopes
- 8 pages of stationery
- Washi tape 3 feet
- Mini envelope filled with ephemera
- Small hand bound journal - 20 pages 5.5 x 4.25 inches
- 2” votive beeswax candle (handmade soy wax candles made by me coming soon, msg me if interested)
- Organic tea blend (15g - 25g) in a 4oz tin
- All put together with care in a wooden box
Box sizeInside dimensions - fits almost exactly a half sheet of paper (5.5x8.5 inches)
Outside dimensions - 23x15x5.5 cm (9 1/8x5 7/8x 2 1/4 inches)
Personally made by me, these are blends I use constantly for myself and love. Hopefully you will enjoy them too! All made with certified organic herbs.Lavender black tea - *Assam black tea, *lavender flowers, *peppermint leaves
A fun switch up to regular black tea, it is great hot or cold with a little bit of honey and some oat milk (or whatever dairy/alternative you drink).Happy days tea - *red rose petals, *oat straw, *raspberry leaf, *hibiscus, *calendula petals
The colours and smell of this blend just makes me feel happy. A nice light herbal tea; it isn’t overpowering in taste. If you find it tastes watery you can add more teaspoons of leaves per cup. The tea turns to a beautiful light pink when brewed.Sleepy time tea - *peppermint leaves, *German chamomile, *licorice root, *valerian
A minty chamomile tea that can be good hot or cold (great for going to bed during the summer). A good alternative to help someone go to sleep if they don’t like a strong chamomile taste and prefer something slightly more invigorating to help calm down. Since there is a small amount of valerian root in this, people can find it smells bad, however I find it doesn’t transfer into the taste of the tea.