The theme of our November box is warm, comforting, and CHOCOLATE! It celebrates autumn and the lovely colours around you to remind you to look and appreciate the changing colours and the golden hues that our world is painted in.
Autumn is a beautiful season, but the change of season brings seasonal affective disorder (SAD) which is usually more prominent as the days start becoming shorter.
As per NHS, the SAD symptoms can include: --a persistent low mood --a loss of pleasure or interest in normal everyday activities irritability --feelings of despair, guilt and worthlessness --feeling lethargic (lacking in energy) and sleepy during the day --sleeping for longer than normal and finding it hard to get up in the morning
We believe that painting can help you through this fall season. Our November box brings gorgeous smooth acrylic paints in autumnal palette of copper and orange. It'll be cosy and comforting to sit down with a warm soothing cuppa, collect some leaves from the garden or on your daily walk, and create a moment of complete pleasure and delight painting these.
Our autumnal November box will be filled with other lovely warm and soothing things, everything to provide some restful comfort before the hectic festive season, carefully selected and tested. To give you an idea of what's included, here's a sneak peek:
lovely vegan acrylic paints in an autumnal palette of copper and orange
vegan organic chilli chocolate tea for that cosy soothing cuppa
vegan paint brush with no animal hair or glue
PLUS other lovely things!
All vegan and ethical, of course!
Do you know someone who need some creative inspiration, and some time for themselves? Someone who might be feeling blue, a little isolated, and overwhelmed? Or, just someone who loves all things arty, and would love some brand new gorgeous art materials?
Or, why not take care of the no. 1? After all, self-care is the key to our well-being.
“Don't you love New York in the fall? It makes me want to buy school supplies. I would send you a bouquet of newly sharpened pencils if I knew your name and address.” ― Nora Ephron