Dormouse and The Teapot – Review‏ & Giveaway

If you’re looking for something a bit quirky with a vintage edge this Christmas pop on over to Dormouse and The Teapot and have a little look at the range of hand stamped vintage cutlery.

From “Baby’s first Christmas spoons” to “Plant marker gift sets” you’re bound to find something to suit.

Being as how Dave is an avid cook and also keen to start growing his own herbs and vegetables I thought the plant marker gift set was ideal for him.  I went for the “chillies” option as he does like a bit of spice in his food and has been known to grow chillies in the past.  (And of course the engraving made me laugh.)

Dormouse and The Teapot
Dormouse and The Teapot – Plant marker set
The spoon arrives carefully wrapped with it’s own packet of seeds ready to be planted in your own time.  I’m looking forward to seeing the spoon in situ in our kitchen when things are more settled and we’re able to think about plants and things again!
hand stamped vintage spoon
Hot Stuff!

The hand stamped finish is fabulous and couldn’t fail to raise a smile.  Of course there’s nothing to stop you using the spoon as . . . a spoon!  I think Dave would quite enjoy eating his breakfast cereal with his new “Hot stuff” spoon!

If you’re considering a purchase from Dormouse and The Teapot this Christmas let me tempt you further with a 10% discount – just enter the code xmas10 – I’d love to know what you choose!

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If you’d like to win your very own hand stamped vintage spoon to the value of £15 – then enter here! (As always you can choose to complete as many of the entry options as you like – please complete them accurately to avoid disqualification.)

*Disclaimer – I was set this set free of charge for the purposes of review however all thoughts and opinions are my own*

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