Letterbox Loveliness From Miss Milly – Giveaway

I love walking around our village seeing hand-drawn rainbows, suns and other pictures up in the windows. These kind pictures bring a smile to the other villagers. Now we are in lockdown, kind gestures and thoughtfulness is very important for our mental health. Remote working while trying to keep up with homeschooling routines, combating boredom and staying connected with loved ones is tough. In support of British businesses during this time, I’ve offered to help Miss Milly get her “Letterbox Loveliness” new venture out to as many people as possible with this blog post and giveaway.

So why not surprise your favourite ladies with some isolation indulgence and a piece of jewellery through the letterbox. And not just that, the jewellery comes in original hand-decorated packaging, designed to make the sender, the recipient, the creator, and even the postman smile! And you really can’t have too many smiles right now.

Miss Milly - Letterbox Loveliness jewellery

Brought to you by Miss Milly at www.missmilly.co.uk/letterbox-loveliness, you can choose between a necklace for £15, a pair of earrings for £8 or a matching set for just £20.

Free second class delivery is included, as is tissue wrapping, a gift message of your choice and the original art jiffy bag. You can let Miss Milly know the recipient’s favourite colours and styles by ticking a few boxes and they will carefully choose their most appropriate piece.

And don’t leave all the fun to your friends, why not treat yourself to some lockdown luxury too and jazz up your pyjamas and loungewear. Once it’s warm enough, let’s use our daily walk to wear our favourite outfits and make ourselves feel special.

The Idea of Letterbox Loveliness

“Letterbox Loveliness” is the idea of Sarah Watmore, owner of Miss Milly, a British jewelry and accessories business in Worcestershire that has been supplying gift and fashion shops throughout the UK for eight years. “I’m a big sender of surprise cards and gifts,” says Sarah. “And as a result of Covid-19, the vast majority of my customers have shut their shops and business has divebombed with sales down 99% in the last fortnight.

The idea for Letterbox Loveliness came to me during one of those unintended middle of the night worrying/brainstorm sessions.

“My daughter, Milly, loves to draw and I find colouring very relaxing so as well as hopefully helping the business to survive, it will also provide us with an enjoyable occupation and a bit of art homework. This new offer will be run solely from our home where just the two of us live.”

Letterbox Loveliness Packaging

Letterbox Loveliness is available now.  And Miss Milly would be delighted if people could share photos of them wearing their new jewellery on the company’s social media.

Safe Delivery

Safe hygiene will be maintained with hands properly washed before packing orders and again before posting them. The post will go directly into the postbox avoiding interaction with the post office counter whenever possible. Royal Mail states two to three days delivery for second class items although this may vary during the current circumstances. Next working day Special Delivery is offered for £6.99 if required.

Giveaway

Letterbox Loveliness has kindly offered a necklace and earrings set in the colourful Letterbox Loveliness packaging for a giveaway. (Please note you will be asked your favourite colours so a suitable piece is chosen for you).

To enter all you have to do is fill in the Gleam widget below.

GOOD LUCK!

Win a necklace and earrings set in the colourful Letterbox Loveliness packaging

COMPETITION T&C’S

The giveaway ends 23:59 15th April 2020

The prize is non-transferable and no cash alternative will be offered. The winner will be selected at random via gleam from all valid entries and be notified by email within 7 days. The winner will have 28 days to respond with a name and delivery address before a new winner is selected. Open to all UK entrants aged 18 or over only. Facebook and Twitter are in no way associated with the giveaways.  Any personal data given as part of the competition entry’s is used for this purpose only and will not be shared with third parties.  Please allow 28 days for delivery of the prize as a minimum due to current conditions.

By entering the competition you agree to your first name and surname initial published on the competition widget if you are the winner.

You can find more info here on my privacy policies

You can check out my other competitions here.

Thanks for stopping by today, I hope you’ve enjoyed this post.

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87 thoughts on “Letterbox Loveliness From Miss Milly – Giveaway

  1. #StaySafe sticking to the guidelines for starters but then doing really satisfying productive stuff at home. cooking, cleaning, sorting, gardening, projects, learning spanish – giving each day purpose and achievement helps

  2. Having a good old declutter, got loads to take to the charity shop when they reopen, practising lots of self care, cooking and catching up with TV programmes I don’t usually have the time to watch

  3. The kitchen is looking spick and span, and the living room is nearly finished. I’ll spring clean the dining room next. I’ve also been catching up on some movies.

  4. Fortunately the woods behind our house are pretty isolated so I can walk the dog safely. Everything seems brighter when the sun shines

  5. My grandchildren live with me, I am kept very busy playing games in the garden , football, hula hoops, and writing , with mathematics

  6. I’m hating only seeing loved ones on video messaging, but spending time declutteringthe spare rooms so they can come and stay

  7. I am washing down all my doors, kitchen cupboards and skirting boards – a few each day. Also trying to tidy and replant tubs on the patio but having a few problems getting hold of annuals.

  8. We are keeping busy doing all those jobs around the house and garden that we never seem to get time for in ordinary tmes and when these are finished we will focus on hobbies and crafts that get left because there is never enough time!

  9. We love to sew so we are getting ideas for felt animals on Pinterest and making lots of little keyrings etc to send to family and friends

  10. I’m actually getting ahead on my Christmas gift makes and learning new skills. I’m trying to be as productive as possible but that doesn’t mean I haven’t had a few days where I am enjoying binge-watching some Netflix.

  11. I’m keeping busy by home schooling the kids, baking and arts and crafts. Once the kids are in bed i will usually reading a book or watching Netflix. I’m also watching makeup tutorials on YouTube, trying to learn some new skills.

  12. I’ve been doing lots of jigsaws and puzzle books, also bought some lego and mechanical models to build! And my friend bought be a games console which was lovely.

    1. I’ve been learning yoga through an online course. It’s been keeping me mentally and physically refreshed each day.

  13. I’m a nurse working for the NHS however I’m currently on 2 weeks annual leave so it’s lovely to be at home with the family. My two children have made Easter cards for their grandma – we usually spend school holidays with her but unfortunately we can’t this time 🙁 My son will be turning 10 on Easter Sunday so I am busy trying to think how to make it extra special whilst we are in isolation. He’s already decided he’s helping me bake his birthday cake!

      1. I have started to do 5d diamond painting/cross-stitch, at the moment I am doing 2 owls. I can do it indoors or outside

  14. I’ve been doing a lot of reading, the occasional isolated walk, and spending a lot of time trying to get a delivery slot!

  15. Getting the garden ready for the summer months, and decluttering the loft. Amazing the things I have found up there that I’d forgotten about!

  16. Would love to win this for am amazing lady who is self isolating for three months to stay safe and we are all missing her so much, she loves jewellery and would love to surprise her with this

  17. Audiobooks, wine, netflix, wine, drawing with kids, wine, emails. wine, competitions & zoom/facetime & and WINE!

  18. I’m a keen reader, cook and crafter, so I never have time to be bored when I’m at home. And then there’s the entertainment value of all those hours of sitting in the queue to place an online shop, only to get to the front of the queue and find all the delivery slots have gone!

  19. I’ve been trying to cook more experimenting with different recipes, diamond art I find very fulfilling and relaxing, tidying my bedroom and sorting things out to take to charity when possible. But most importantly lots of cuddles from my chug Arthur. Stay safe x

  20. I’m getting all those jobs done, which i never seem to get around too, and having a general sort out, plus trying to keep the little ones occupied

  21. I have a favourite author, J.D.Robb and I’ve always loved the books in her ‘In Death’ series. I decided I would re-read them all, but in order right from the first one. I’ve read three in the past week. There are now over 40 in the sequence so they should keep me going for a while.

  22. I’m doing arts and crafts, binge watching box sets, reading, practising self-care and lots of cooking and baking.

  23. I am working at home and to be honest I do not miss my four hour daily commute so managing to do a lot of stuff around the house and garden in those four hours, planting loads of seeds and bulbs, clearing out the house room by room and planning list of DIY/decorating tasks

  24. How I’m coping with everything going on is making sure I do my daily exercise of going for a walk, take a deep breath in of fresh air

  25. I have been planting seeds , spring cleaning entering comps I just wish I could have my little grandson he’s my only one and has spent lots of time with us since he was born . Hes now 6 . I’ve been buying a few crafty things on line for him and leaving on the end of the path for his daddy to pick up. Stay very safe everyone x

  26. I have found some jigsaws in the attic and making good use of them. I am also enjoying making meals from scratch and putting more thought into meal planning. We have a garden which is great as we can get outside and enjoy the garden (and tidy it up!)

  27. We are staying home to stay safe, we only go to walk to dog once a day in our local woodland and take our own path so we dont bump into people. We keep busy by baking, arts and crafts and playing in the garden. We collected lots of resources from the woods and been using our imagination to play outside

  28. I love to read, and it’s this escape into the imagination of others that is keeping me occupied – though it’s strange reading about people touching each other, makes me wanna scream ‘no, don’t shake their hand!!’

  29. We are watching all the old feel-good films we have, this morning we are watching ‘White Christmas’ despite the fact that Easter is approaching.

  30. we are homeschooling 3 young children, trying to keep them occupied is a full time occupation, even with 3 adults here as well

  31. I am only going out to work (keyworker) When at home I have been gardening, reading and watching television. Very glad of Disney+ and that I have a large “to read” pile. #StaySafe everyone.

  32. We have signed up to Amazon prime, and disney+ along with already having netflix. We’ve also started tackling some DIY although limiting ourselves to the safer stuff as we don’t want accidents that may lead to hospital visits. At the weekend we are going to have a restaurant night so cook a 3 course meal, dress up and have some drinks.

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