When we can’t be with the people we love, the next best thing is to send them something to raise a smile. So how about a hug in the post!
This wonderful idea from dept.story has everything you need to send someone a life sized hug. With a large piece of paper to drawer around your arms (when laid out on the floor), a Hold me Tight pencil, to use when drawing your hug (and then to keep or send to your loved one as well!) and a box to send it through the post.
There is even a sheet of fun stickers to decorate your box with.
Each box comes with a red balloon as well. As Pooh once said ‘nobody can be uncheered by a balloon!’
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Department Store For The Mind designs products that help you to explore the world inside your head, a vast terrain of thoughts, ideas and memories. From stickers to greetings card, breathing bracelets to Mindful Tea-towels, there is something for all.
Owned by Kate Peers, a Mum to three boys, one with autism and adhd, Kate is currently designing new products for children with the help of her son. Charities currently supported by Department Store are Mind (mental health charity) and NHS Charities Together, with money from selected products going to each charity.
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