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The husband and wife team behind Create Gift Love

PUBLISHED: 15:57 03 February 2016 | UPDATED: 15:57 03 February 2016

The sold oak keepsake box from Create Gift Love is one of their most popular gifts

The sold oak keepsake box from Create Gift Love is one of their most popular gifts

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Now in the top ten best-seller list of notonthehighstreet.com, Carol Burns discovers more about Create Gift Love

Create Gift Love is becoming one of the UK’s fastest growing personalised gift companies creating beautiful, high quality products made from ethically sourced wood, leather and stainless steel. From keyrings to cufflinks to coasters they even make wooden bow ties! Everything is made to order in their little workshop in Dorset and all items are individually hand checked before being dispatched.

Created in 2012 by husband and wife duo, Tony and Emily Carr, Create Gift Love is now in the exclusive top 10 best seller’s list on Not on the High Street.com with orders being placed from as far afield as Australia.

As a trained pharmacist, Emily started Create Gift Love by chance when demand for her handmade cufflinks one Christmas began to soar. The burgeoning business rapidly outgrew the shed in their back garden, and now the company produce more than 300 individual products for all occasions - from Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and weddings to new home, new baby and christenings.

When it comes to best sellers Emily names their Never Forget Calendar Keyring - which means important dates are never forgotten, the personalised wooden cufflinks and the beautiful solid oak keepsake boxes, which is proving to be the ‘go to’ item for storing treasured memories.

“We not only love our products, we also love the environment too as we are registered members of The Woodland Trust, the UK’s largest woodland conservation charity,” Emily declares.

Check out their website at creategiftlove.co.uk where you can sign up to their newsletter for new products, discount codes, offers and excluive HQ news.

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