Chapel Soap

Today I’ll be writing about another small business, this time it’s for Chapel Soap. A small business based in Essex and run by Dean Hall BA, DipRS, DipHE, CertHSC.

The business was set up in August 2019. Chapel Soap have good business ethics, these include no plastic packaging, 100% cruelty free and vegan friendly too.

Before setting up Chapel Soap Dean was a registered nurse who worked on several NHS wards. mainly working with people with Dementia. Dean’s partner is also a registered nurse who continues to work as a nurse prescriber with a Dementia Crisis Team, and recently has been terribly busy due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Read more about Chapel Soap

The Worble Shack

Today I’m going to be writing about The Worble Shack. A small business run by Charlotte and Vicky who produce British Sign Language (BSL) themed gifts.

A relatively new business (established September 2019) this duo started their journey back in 2017. They both attended a Level 1 British Sign Language course at their local college. Their friendship blossomed during the following years whilst studying. Both are currently still studying British Sign Language, but at Level 3. Read more about The Worble Shack

ArgyllSeaGlass

Today is a rather special review for the My Helpful Hints website, it’s a review for ArgyllSeaGlass. Handmade jewellery from washed up pieces of sea glass from all over Argyll & Bute in Scotland.

These glass pieces have been picked up from the Kintyre Peninsula, Loch Lomond and mostly from Loch Long, where ArgyllSeaGlass is based. Read more about ArgyllSeaGlass

Bar Bespoke Tipsy Fizz Glasses

Today’s review is for these Bar Bespoke Tipsy Fizz Glasses. The idea is a wonky stemed glass that gives the impression that your glass is about fall over.

These glasses have a 250ml capacity. You can use them for champagne, prosecco, or other suitable beverages.

I suppose the more you drink the straighter the stems could look. Read more about Bar Bespoke Tipsy Fizz Glasses

Raimarket Transfer Paper

Today I’m writing a review for Raimarket Transfer Paper. This simple to use method allows anyone with a standard inkjet printer to print their own customised items.

All you need is a printer and an iron and within minutes you can wear and show off your unique creations.

Sounds too good to be true. I was highly sceptical that it’ll work at all, but as you’ll see further down, it did in fact work. Read more about Raimarket Transfer Paper