Thoughtful Gifting

We work with UK based independent makers to curate thoughtful, eco-conscious gift boxes filled with handmade, sustainable, cruelty-free products.  

We want to make giving unique ethical gifts as simple as possible.  Beautifully presented & personalised with handwritten greetings cards, our gift sets are "gifting ready", designed to be sent straight to your loved ones.

We proudly donate £1 from the sale of each gift box to YoungMinds, one of the UK’s leading charities fighting for children and young people’s mental health, via Work for Good. 

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Thoughtful Details

All Alice & Peg Gift Boxes are beautifully wrapped with recycled tissue paper and coordinated cotton ribbon, packaged in our stylish custom-made biodegradable gift boxes. 

Each gift is sent with a complimentary Alice & Peg Greetings Card, personalised with a handwritten message of your choice.  Just let us know where to send the gift and we'll take care of the rest.

How It Works
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Mindful Making

The Mindful Making Box is a soul soothing gift set, designed to help you relax and get in touch with your creative side.

Featuring a colourful cross-stitch kit by Cotton Clara, beautifully scented Alice & Peg glass tealights, nurturing hand cream and a sweet treat to fuel your creativity, this box includes everything you need to spend a cosy afternoon indoors.

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Make your gift even more special

Why not make your gift even more special with a little extra treat?  We've put together a selection of some our favourite products and keepsakes which can be added to any gift set to help make your loved ones feel even more pampered.  

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