Creating memories together with Hettie

Twinning together with the Hettie Collections    

People that engage in fun activities together grow closer to each other and experience more positive emotions toward each other .

Here at Hettie we specialise in twinning accessories for all of the family for country inspired adventures together and making special memories

On our blog this week

"Fresh air is as good for the mind as for the body. Nature always seems trying to talk to us as if she had some great secret to tell. And so she has "

John Lubbock

Join the Hettie family eating al fresco - one of our favourite pastimes together.

Escape to the country with our Hettie Collections and draw positive emotions from our country inspired designs

Dogs are family too

Our pups are getting very used to the idea of us all being at home with them more of the time and are blissfully unaware of our situation and how it is affecting everyone . And they are always there by our side silently giving us comfort ⁠

Welcome to our series of interviews by Hettie's very own pups - Bruce and Mabel. They have sharpened their pencils and come up with some questions for their fellow pampered pooches which they hope you will enjoy .

In the hot seat this week is Bryan the miniature dachshund who gives them his views on owning a human

Making special memories together with our family box

There is something in this lovely box by Hettie for most of the family whilst you are staying safe at home more at the moment

We have two matching hair bobbles by Hettie

A gorgeous Botanical scented pouch by Mythyn 

Two colouring in sheets by Millie Marotta

And a dog treats recipe card for you to make something tasty together for your pooch. Made just for Hettie by Alex Hollywood


Something we are enjoying together at the moment

 As a little girl I used to love going for walks with my Gran and looking at the wild flowers . We used to pick some and press them in my flower press and then make a scrapbook with all of their names. This is a lovely thing to do with children , especially now and all of the family can join the conversation via FaceTime too.

The book A Little Guide to Wild Flowers by the Eden project is perfect for this. Arranged in colour for speedy identification, with extra anecdotes from winsome characters in Charlotte Voake's inimitable style; this child-friendly guide also includes keynotes on plant parts and the seasons, along with a tick-box index for keen spotters.

The  Eden Project brings plants and people together. It is dedicated to developing a greater understanding of our shared global garden; encouraging us to respect plants and protect them.It is on our list of family friendly places to visit.


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