FREE SHIPPING in Canada on orders of $99+. FREE DELIVERY in Halifax & Dartmouth on orders of $50 and up.
March 16, 2022
People often come to Cheerfetti looking for a cheer up gift, and we like to think we rise to the occasion. With a large selection of both pre-curated gift boxes as well as many items to build your own soothing gift box, it’s easy to send a gift to make them smile. Here are three easy tips to make your thinking of you gift box shine.
1. Make them Laugh
2. Incorporate the Senses
Include items that touch on different senses to make your gift extra comforting. A handmade mug that's beautiful to look at and hold, a phthalate-free scented soy candle or unscented beeswax candle, some delicious chocolates or a flavorful jam, and a soft scarf can all provide some warmth and comfort. If you're purchasing a gift for someone who's lost their sense of smell or taste, be sure to incorporate the other senses into your gift.
3. Add something timeless
You're a gifting rockstar - don't let them forget it! ;) Add something timeless to your gift box that they can enjoy for years to come, and think about your thoughtful generosity while they're doing so. A soothing handmade eye pillow, a cheery mug, a DIY cross-stitch kit, or an engraved mini rolling pin will do just the trick.
There you go! You're only 3 steps away from a warm and thoughtful thinking of you or cheer up gift. Hope you found these tips and ideas helpful. You can find our full collection of cheer up gifts here. Shipping across Canada is on us on all orders of $99 or more, before taxes and discounts.
November 01, 2021
It's the most wonderful time of the year! Well, it's almost that time. We've put together a gift guide to spark ideas for your holiday shopping so you can start crossing some names off your list. And maybe even find something for yourself!
If you're looking for something specific you can search here. And all of our collections can be sorted by price, so you can get your festive shopping done without breaking the bank.
Please also see the FAQs for important shipping and delivery information and to avoid any hiccups.
Looking for a gift made in Canada? No shortage here! We’ve got bath soaks and bath bombs, soy and beeswax candles, pottery, spices, chocolate and other snacks, glass and wooden earrings, cross-stitch kits, mugs, sassy wine and beer glasses, and a large selection of beautifully designed greeting cards. Have a look at our entire collection of gifts made in Canada here.
For a pinch of Maritime-made goodness, have a look at our collection of items made in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick (including candy cane and winter wonderland loose-leaf tea by Bueteaful, a large selection of lip balms by Eclair Lips, and nourishing skincare products by Anointment. Made in Sweden, the anchor and coastal treasures Swedish dishcloths are also a lovely sea-inspired complement to any gift.
Our gifts for crafters include the Cozy Crafter Gift Box and our DIY cross-stitch kits. Gifts that create a warm and cozy ambiance for crafting include our large selection of candles, mugs, and tea and coffee.
For the foodies in your life check out these gift boxes: The Kitchen Is My Oyster, Sugars and Spice Make Me Nice, and The Spice Sampler. If you’re building your own gift box or shopping for individual items, have a look at our spices, sea salts, rolling pins, Swedish dishcloths, and tea towels.
Have a look at The Bookworm gift box, or build your own gift box with our selection of bookmarks, notebooks, and pens. Gifts that create an inviting and inspiring space for reading and writing include our large selection of candles, mugs, and tea and coffee.
We’ve got quite the selection of Swedish dishcloths in the shop, and for good reason. Customers love them, and they’re an environmentally friendlier alternative to paper towels and sponges. They come in a large selection of patterns for every taste. Shopping for a gardener? Check out these dig it and life’s a garden dishcloths.
Our soy candles and beeswax candles are also a better choice for the earth (and indoor air quality) than traditional paraffin candles.
We’ve got no shortage of gifts for animal lovers, including everyday & holiday cat and dog mugs, holiday dog and cat planters, holiday dog and cat soak-up coasters, holiday cats tea towels, paw print cross-stitch kits, and llama cross-stitch kits. You’ll also find a large variety of everyday and holiday animal prints in our Swedish dishcloths collection.
Shopping for a vegan friend? We’ve got a selection of quality products to make their holidays a delight. In terms of snacks, the peach and prosecco jam, pear and riesling jam, and rose petal jelly all are vegan, along with the sapphire popcorn from Provisions. The Axe to Grind apple pie and pumpkin pie spice blends are vegan too.
Moving onto skincare items, the Comfort and Joy hand rescue (along with the other hand rescues from Walton Wood Farm) is vegan and perfect for the chilly winter months. The Golden Brightening mask from KOA, and the natural soap bars from both Nova Scotia Fisherman and Suntree Soaps are also all vegan. For an exfoliating vegan treat for the skin, have a peek at the Salt-N-Sea body scrub.
All of the soy candles from OneFive1 and Pretty by Her are all vegan as well. We’ve got a lot of other vegan-friendly items in the shop, but this list should get you started!
If you're looking for a fun and cheerful gift, you've come to the right place. For someone who likes a little crafty DIY project, the snowman or llama cross-stitch kits just might be the perfect gift. Our Merry Meows and Jolly Hounds gift sets are a package full of cheer for the cat and dog lovers in our lives, and these gift sets are easier on the wallet too!
The Wintry collection of tea towels, mugs and travel mugs, and Swedish dishcloths are a beautiful way to spread some holiday cheer this season. And the Spruce Willis and Cheers Grinches soy candles are sure to make them chuckle while filling their home with holiday scents.
In between mixing and mingling, the holidays are also a time for us to unwind and get cozy. Candles are a necessity when it comes to getting cozy, no? Our beeswax candles from Huckleberry Hives, as well as our holiday candles from OneFive1 and Pretty by Her create a warm and comforting feel in the home.
Speaking of cozy, Turkish towels from Pokoloko recently landed in the shop and so far they're proving to be a hit. In addition to the obvious bath towel use, they also make a great throw, or beach or picnic towel for when the weather gets warmer. We've got a very limited quantity of these in stock so if you're eyeing them don't delay.
We have a wide selection of small (but mighty!) items that make excellent stocking stuffers, including an assortment of all-natural lip balms, sea salt and spice blends, pens, glass ornaments, bath soaks and bath bombs, chocolate and other snacks, Swedish dishcloths, and soaps.
Our more masculine gifts for him include handmade mugs, handmade beer barons, Nova Scotia fisherman hand cream, snacks, cocktail mix, and coming soon, some pretty awesome purposely mismatched socks from Friday Sock Co!
Cheerfetti is here to help you spoil her this holiday season! Gifts for her are our specialty. Have a look at our candles, body and soul collection, and pretty by her collection for some inspiration. You might especially want check out the illuminating serum from Anointment, to give her skin some extra nourishment during our harsh winters, and handmade glass earrings from Urban Fusions for some holiday sparkle. And don't forget the chocolate, obviously. She might like these wine goblets too. Only a limited number of these are in stock, and once they're gone, they're gone forever, as Old Barn Pottery has closed its doors.
Oh and some women's socks from Friday Sock Co. are also coming soon!
September 26, 2021
Want to get to know the creatives behind some of our most popular products? Read on to hear the stories of the makers behind some of our best-selling made in Nova Scotia gifts.
How long have you been making pottery and how has your work evolved over the years?
Evolution: I took a detour for several years, met Paul, and we worked and travelled in a completely different field. I had the opportunity to come back to studio pottery in 2017, and I started Old Barn Pottery. I think over the years I developed the willingness to commit to specific forms, rather than continually changing what I produced. Working with Robin Hopper gave me grounding in functional form with well-made glazes, but choosing what to make, and making those forms well and repeatedly with my own hands took a lot of practice. The development of consistency takes a willingness to smash lots of bad pottery and I think I am much better able to let go now than I was when I was young. Paradoxically, the more I became willing to smash bad pots, the fewer bad pots I made. And making thousands of mugs in itself reinforces skill.
What's it like working with your sweetheart?
I honestly wouldn’t want to work with anyone else! We worked together in training and consulting starting in 2001 and have sought out chances to work together ever since. We complement each other in so many ways, and have learned how to navigate the usual minefields of relationships quite intentionally, because we knew we were better workmates with each other than with anyone else. We sought out and learned how to make that really positive and effective, and we both joke now about how excruciating it would be to work with anyone else. And, from a skill and temperament perspective, I couldn’t make this business work without him. While I make things and manage the production side, Paul looks after all of the “non-potter” aspects of the pottery, including customer communications, website and online shop management, and bookkeeping and taxes, tasks that I’m not as suited to as he is. I’m grateful every day that he’s on this journey with me!
How did 2020 change things for your business?
The pandemic initially brought a lot of uncertainty, but we were delighted to experience a healthy shift from selling at markets and craft fairs, to wholesale and online sales. I now make a majority of work for customers I never meet in person! We also had many repeat customers come back, which was lovely, and we got the chance to be part of some very special gift giving. We found staying home suited us, and we were glad not to have to pack up all the pottery, and our booth, and schlep it to and from the market every week, and brave the craft show crowds in summer and Christmas. We did miss the friends we made at the local market over the years, though, and missed the chance to meet our customers in person. In balance, the past two years have given us some new opportunities we’ve been glad to embrace. And we are looking forward to making lots more for Cheerfetti!
Tell us a bit about yourself and why you started Duckish.
I’m Carolyn and I’m the CEO and Co-Founder of Duckish Natural Skin Care, based here in Halifax. My partner and I started Duckish for a number of reasons, but really it stemmed from my frustration with not being able to find concentrated products made with great ingredients, that weren’t diluted with water and fillers.
For those who aren't familiar with Duckish, what makes this line of skincare unique?
Well, first, the name is inspired by my home province of Newfoundland. Duckish is a Newfoundland expression for ‘dusk’ or ‘twilight’ which is my both my favourite time of day, and the perfect time to spoil yourself with a warm bath and a bath bomb, or sooth dry feet with some decadent cream. We’re unique in that on top of using great, worry-free ingredients, our products are water and filler-free, minimizing the amount of packaging needed and the energy required to transport them. By creating products that are compact and concentrated by design, you get more value for your money and reduce your environmental footprint. We think great things can come in small packages!
Duckish has been around for a number of years now. What are some of the biggest changes you’ve seen the business go through over the years?
We’re going to be 6 years old this coming October, so we’ve seen and gone through a lot of changes. The biggest hurdle thus far has been navigating COVID. It was incredibly tough on a number of levels, but we already had an e-commerce store up and running before things shut down, so thankfully, we were equipped for a big increase in online shopping which really helped. COVID also really showed us that our products can really bring joy to people. We got so many emails and reviews saying how our Mini Body Balm Sticks saved their hands after all the handwashing and sanitizing, or how under lockdown our Bath Bombs helped people escape their stress, even if it was just for 20 minutes.
What's your favourite Duckish product?
Great question! I think the Body Balm Sticks, but a close second would be the Bath Bombs.
Tell us about yourself and how Hello Sweetie came to be.
My name is Crystal Picard and I'm a graphic designer & content strategist based in Halifax, NS. Hello Sweetie actually had its beginnings when I was still in school for graphic design. I was using hand lettering for a lot of my projects, and when I was asked to switch to digital typography, I started hand lettering on Instagram in my free time. I tried every traditional lettering tool I could get my hands on and it really kept me creatively invested in my work. I graduated with the highest recognition award and continued lettering for fun after school. It wasn't until years later that Nicole from Duly Noted mentioned that she'd seen my work online and would like me to make some cards. I went home that day absolutely simmering with excitement and had a few cards drafted by the next week to show her. From there it was a lot of fumbling through the steps to learn how to wholesale and a lot of help from the local card marker community to make Hello Sweetie what it is today!
What's your favourite part about running Hello Sweetie?
I love interacting with people on Instagram. I post a lot of stories that show time-lapsing of my work or little snippets of my life while I'm working on new projects and I love when people message me to ask questions or make suggestions. Especially over the past year or so when it was so easy to feel alone.
Your work involves a lot of creativity. Do you have any tips for inspiring creativity when you're just not feeling up to it?
Take a break and watch a skillshare or youtube of someone else doing their work. Nothing inspires me like learning new skills or new techniques to try to work into my own style. Selling your artwork is a lot of cycling between doing the work you want to sell, and then doing the actual selling. So get used to working mini-breaks from both into your schedule to keep your creativity going.
Working as a freelancer who also has a greeting card business, how do you stay organized?
I freelance as a content strategist and designer for small business owners who need a team but can only afford to bring on a single assistant, so I've gotten really good at managing projects. The key is time-blocking. As soon as something comes in, block out the time you think it'll take plus 1 hour. I track all my clients work and also Hello Sweetie this way. Due to the nature of my work, the things I want to do with Hello Sweetie sometimes get pushed to make room for pressing work, but I know exactly what is being pushed and I can decide if I want to move it to another day of the week, to the weekend or to skip it and move on to the next thing. Knowing your capacity is key.
Any tips you have for others who might be thinking of starting a side hustle?
Start it like you intend for it to be your only job. Understand that having a side hustle means you can either carve out a whole day for it during the week (for me, it's Fridays) or you'll be working on it in the evenings, on the weekends, and more. Talk to your family about what you want to do because they will be sacrificing time with you in order for you to pursue your passion. I don't know what I would do without my partner on board, helping me package orders and do deliveries for me to help balance things out. I'm glad I talked to him early on about what I wanted to do and got him all-in at the get-go.
What's in store for the future for Hello Sweetie?
Currently, I'm looking into enamel pins and box sets and I'm working my way toward building out my offerings and going to a trade show once they're back on.
Tell us a little bit about how you started Axe to Grind Foods and how it's evolved.
Axe To Grind began in 2018 as a fundraising effort to help offset travel costs for Canada's National Double Bit Axe Throwing Team to participate in the 2019 World Championships in Sweden. I have a culinary arts training and ran butcher shops over the years so I developed 4 recipes initially for the fundraiser. We included spice blends in the gift packs we gave to our Team Sweden hosts. I decided to keep making the blends for sale to offset other competition travel for team members. When the pandemic hit, I was laid off and then lost my job so with the blessing of the team, I registered the business and made it my full-time job. I still give a portion of sales of the blends to support the team for when we travel again to competitions.
What's the best part about running Axe to Grind?
My two favourite things about running Axe to Grind are 1) The people. I love to talk food, so at the farmers' market I get to see what is in season and give #spiceadvice. So many people are just now learning the basics of cooking so I get to share my passion with them and help them to make simple and tasty meals. 2) Product development. I am a pretty creative individual and I totally enjoy the process of discovery and have a boundless sense of wonder. I love to try combinations of spices and herbs and see what comes from the experimentation. It is such an amazing process to go from a flavour sketch to a final blend. I spend so much time in the commercial kitchen, but it definitely feeds my creative side and I get such joy from hearing all the positive feedback.
What's your favourite spice blend?
Whoa! That's like asking a parent who is your favourite child. My most popular blend is the Spud Spice (for fries, homefries, mashed potatoes, double stuffed potatoes, shepherd's pie and so much more). The Steak spice is so versatile (because it isn't a Montreal Steak Spice) and goes well with Chicken, White Fish, Roasted Root Veggies and more. At this moment in time, the Keto Memphis blend and the Ranch Dressing/Dip are my go to blends. In the summer I love to have wings, ribs, pulled pork and I like a smokey and savoury blend for those things. The Keto Memphis blend is the sugar-free version of the Sweet n' Savoury Blend and is a flavour match to that recipe. The original is made with brown sugar and the Keto version is made with Swerve (which caramelizes like sugar but is a natural sweetener). On chicken, pork chops, ribs, pulled pork... I put that blend on everything, including on boiled eggs as a seasoning! The Ranch Dressing/Dip can be used in pasta salads, tuna salads, chicken salads, as a sauce in wraps, and when mixed with cream cheese and stuffed into chicken breast... WOW!
Where can people find your products?
Photo credits go to Old Barn Pottery, Hello Sweetie, Axe to Grind, and Duckish.
August 29, 2021
We've got a pretty large collection of soy and beeswax candles, and shopping for candles online can be a little challenging since you can't smell them. To make it easier to find the candle you're looking for, we've come up with our Guide to Candle Vibes. This guide contains two parts:
We've placed each candle in one or two categories based on the mood the scent creates: relaxing (the hammock), energizing (the eucalyptus leaf), comforting (the fireplace), and festive (the holly).
Comforting candles: These scents are like a warm hug, and may have just a hint of sweetness. All of the beeswax candles fall into this category, along with the sexy time candle, birthday cake and happy fucking birthday candles, the tired as a mother candle, bonfire, and double double candles. The calm and succulent soy candles in the relaxing category above also fall into the comforting group.
Energizing candles: These scents are refreshing, and may include notes of peppermint or eucalyptus, or fresh florals or freshly sliced fruit. The me time, cheers mama, tired as a mother, and namaste candles all fall into this group.
Festive candles: These scents are reminiscent of good times and holiday nostalgia, and include holiday candles that are released each year in November.
Do you find this guide helpful? Let us know what you think!
May 23, 2021
Though we have a number of pre-built gift sets for you to choose from, many customers choose to build their own gift box, tailored to the needs and wants of the lucky gift receiver. And it’s no wonder why - with hundreds of unique products to choose from, you can really get creative! But sometimes choice can be overwhelming (and it's easy to get overwhelmed these days, right?), so we’ve come up with three ideas to build a gift set that’s sure to delight.
Maybe you’re shopping for a birthday gift for someone who has limited “me time”, and you want to send them a box of comfort. You might start with a journal, add a fun pen, a “me time” soy candle, a handmade hug and some tea, and now doesn’t that sound like a nice and cozy afternoon in? Throw in something to make them laugh, like a fun bookmark, and you’re golden. And of course don’t forget the gift box starter kit to pull your gift together and make it pop.
You’re shopping for someone inspired by aesthetics, and you want to impress them. No problem! All of our products are also organized by style, so you can shop all the neutrals, cheerfully colorful items, or add some feistiness to your gift with some sassy items. Whether you’re shopping for someone who doesn’t stray from black and white, or someone who embraces color, we’ve got lots of options for you.
This is when you want to send a box of delight that’s not centered around a particular theme or color scheme. It’s more like a box of surprise treasures! Throw the rules out the door for this one and choose whatever catches your eye.
April 10, 2021
Mother’s Day is coming up on May 9th, and you might be running out of gift ideas for the person who seems to have it all. But fear not, we’ve come up with a collection of items that are sure to spoil mom on the day that is all about her, and beyond. We carefully picked out fun, quality items with personality so whether you’re building your own gift box or choosing from a curated gift box, you can rest assured that your gift will add a little extra sparkle to Mother’s Day.
Read on for both curated and build your own gift box ideas, or browse our full Mother’s Day gift collection now.
If an at-home spa day is something your mother would enjoy, this gift set is for her. It includes a pair of fuss-free bath bombs made by Duckish in Nova Scotia, a volcanic clay skincare mask made by KOA Skincare in Ontario, Chamomile Cleanse tea, grown in Kenya and packaged up by Justea in British Columbia, and a natural lip balm by Eclair Lips in New Brunswick.
If you’re looking for a gift for a first-time mom, why not include a little something for the baby too? This all Canadian-made gift set has something for fun, something for comfort, and something to soothe. And you can always add on an item or two (or more!) to any gift set if you’d like.
We all need a little max relax time these days, don’t we? Treat mom to some downtime with some of our best-selling, and ultra-relaxing products. This all Canadian-made gift set includes a soy candle in Calm by OneFive1, a lavender bath soak by Anointment, gourmet chocolate by Rousseau Chocolatier, and a deliciously-scented natural lip balm by Eclair Lips.
For the foodie mom, this gift set contains a gourmet sea salt, a savoury spice blend, a sweet spice blend, an engraved rolling pin to take any baking up a notch, and a cooking-themed Swedish dishcloth to clean up any messes. The kitchen will really become her oyster with this gift set.
Picture this: cozying up with a hot cup of tea and a soft cotton scarf on a rainy day and getting lost in some cross stitching. Does this sound like something mom would enjoy? Then have a look at our Cozy Crafter gift box. It has all of the above (well, we can’t package up a rainy day, but you get the idea), along with a pair of some very soft and cozy socks for the ultimate cozy crafter afternoon.
Like all of our gift boxes, it comes complete with crinkle filling, your choice of box and ribbon colour, and a gift tag. And it just so happens that this gift box ships FREE across Canada, along with any other order about $85. How great is that?
This is just a small selection of the gift sets we offer. Browse our full collection of curated gift boxes for more gift ideas, or build your own gift set for a one-of-a kind gift!
For a more custom and unique gift box, build your own gift box using our gift box starter pack, and select the items your mom would love. Get creative and build a gift box centered around a theme, interest, or mood - or, make it eclectic! It's all up to you :)
For all things pampering, soothing, and indulging, we’ve got you covered. From classic soy candles, to bath salts, bath bombs and a large number of other skincare products, to chocolate (so much chocolate!), to earrings, our wide selection of classic gift items make a great foundation for a thoughtful Mother’s Day gift box. The vast majority of our items are Canadian-made so you can support local while shopping for Mother’s Day this year.
For someone who appreciates handmade pottery, we recommend browsing our two collections of stoneware and ceramics. Old Barn Pottery makes beautiful mugs, hugs, wine goblets and beer barons that are a delight for the eyes and a treasure to hold. Eastwood Pottery (coming soon!) makes beautiful mugs inspired by the hues of the ocean that make drinking your favorite hot beverage extra special.
If you’re looking for something on the crafty side, have a look at the cross stitch kits designed by Stitch Plus Stitch in Nova Scotia. These all-inclusive kits contain everything needed to make a lovely necklace or keychain, depending on which one you get.
Now that we've given you a glimpse of what we have to offer, have a peek at our full Mother's Day collection.
Don’t forget about a card! We’ve got a fun selection of cards designed and printed in Canada and will personally hand write your message for you.
All gifts over $85 ship free across Canada. Sometimes you want to spend a little less, and in those cases, we offer flat-rate shipping between $10 and $15 based on different zones in Canada. These rates are lower than the actual cost of shipping a package, so either way you’re saving!
All orders of $50 or more receive free delivery within Halifax, Dartmouth and surrounding areas. Mother’s Day gift deliveries will take place on Sunday, May 9th. Each curated gift box, or gift box starter pack if you’re building your own gift set, has a dropdown menu to request a delivery on this date, so you can place your order in advance and have it ready for the 9th, or an earlier date.
We will do our best to accommodate all delivery requests and strongly encourage someone to be home during the delivery window.
Happy shopping! If any questions come up, you can always reach out over chat or email email@example.com. We will respond as soon as possible.
March 13, 2021 1 Comment
Looking for a gift made in Nova Scotia? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve got a wide variety of products from over a dozen Nova Scotian small businesses and counting, so read on to find that unique gift from the east coast. Be sure to also view our full collection of gifts from Nova Scotia.
If you’re shopping for someone who likes everything about food and cooking, check out our selection of spices and salts. We carry various varieties of sea salt from Tidal Salt, including the popular black garlic sea salt (re-stock coming soon), fire sea salt, maple sea salt, and lime sea salt (margaritas, anyone?).
Be sure to browse our spice blends that are sure to delight the taste buds. Big Cove Foods’ Mary Had a Lot of Lamb spice blend is a personal favorite, and pairs well not only with lamb, but also chicken and potatoes. Their Maple Mustard Hamonizer is a customer favorite. These spice blends make cooking easy and delicious! And for a quintessentially Haligonian gift, you need to try Axe to Grind’s donair spice.
On the sweeter side, we’ve got pumpkin pie spice and apple pie spice, which also work great on granola! And of course you can’t forget about chocolate for the sweet tooths, available in bars, lollies, and adorable sea beings.
Stitch Plus Stitch makes modern, colorful cross-stitch kits that come with everything you need to make a fun necklace or keychain, usually under an hour or two. I tried one of her kits after not having done any cross-stitching in years (possibly decades?) and was pleased with the clear instructions and very happy with the end result!
The Happiness Field designs and hand paints wooden earrings that come in a variety of styles, including these modern ocean wave earrings.
At Cheerfetti, you’ll find fuss-free bath bombs from Duckish, and a number of natural, quality skincare items from Nova Scotia Fisherman, including hand cream, body lotion, soap, and lip balm. Many of their products include sea kelp as a skin-nourishing ingredient. And if you need some more more TLC for the skin, check out our neighbours in New Brunswick: Eclair Lips’ has you lip balm needs covered, and we carry a number of Anointment’s natural skincare items, including beard oil, bath soaks, postpartum bath herbs, and other soothing items.
Old Barn Pottery makes beautiful handcrafted pottery. We carry their mugs, hugs (mugs without a handle), beer barons and wine goblets to elevate your hot and cold beverage drinking game. The Far Far Away Shop designs fun maritime-themed tea towels that bring the feel of the sea into your home.
A gift isn’t complete without the personal touch of a greeting card, and among our vast selection of cards you’ll find three fabulous Nova Scotian designers: Hello Sweetie Designs, Classy Cards (also check out their notebooks and drink glasses! And magnet packs for the kids), and Hi Love Greetings. Each has their own unique style and you’ll find cards for every occasion from these women-run businesses, including birthday cards, housewarming cards, cards to just say hello, or a card to console a friend after a divorce.
Thank you to Stitch Plus Stitch and the Far Far Away shop for supplying photos.
January 18, 2021
Chances are you’re familiar with gift baskets, and may have given or received one in the past. Gift boxes are a more modern take on the traditional gift basket, and at Cheerfetti, you can customize the look of your gift box for that extra personalized touch. Our gift boxes can be folded up and tucked away for re-use for another occasion, or recycled, making them a more eco-friendly and minimalist alternative to gift baskets.
At Cheerfetti, we source beautiful, quality products with personality and then package them up with care to create a gift that is a delight to open up. Many people who have received a Cheerfetti gift have gone on to become customers themselves - and we think that speaks for itself! Have a browse through our ready to gift options, or take a peek at our individual products to create a one of a kind gift.If you have any questions don’t hesitate to get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org, or have a look through the FAQs. Happy gifting!
November 10, 2020
Looking for a last-minute Christmas gift in Halifax? With everything you’ve got going on in your life, it can be hard to take the time to come up with gift ideas for your loved ones, especially for someone who has it all. So we’ve created a list of fun, unique, and useful gift ideas that are sure to delight!
And don’t forget that Cheerfetti offers shipping across Canada and the United States, and delivery in Halifax and Dartmouth.
If you’re shopping for someone who loves candles, you’ve come to the right place! We’ve got quality soy and beeswax candles all handmade in Canada, including classic tapers, and jar candles in sweet, refreshing, and comforting scents.
And of course, we’ve got plenty of Christmas candles for you to choose from.
Who doesn't love the tastes and aromas of a delicious meal? To impress the foodie in your life, check out The Kitchen is my Oyster gift box.
If you're shopping for a friend who likes an adult beverage or two, we've got some ideas. For convenient ready to gift options, you'll want to have a look at the Wine Lover gift set, or the Beer Lover with a Sailor's Mouth gift set.
These are for the person who can't start decorating soon enough. We've got rolling pins for the bakers, Swedish dishcloths (we have Swedish dishcloths in a million different styles, because when something is fun, useful, and eco-friendly, you just can't have enough!), candles to create a festive mood, planters for the green thumbs, and more.
And cards. Lots and lots of cards.
If you've got a grinch on your life, we've got them covered too.
The ocean can always be nearby with these hand-painted wooden wave earrings, skincare items by Nova Scotia Fisherman, a coastal-themed Swedish dishcloth for someone who likes eco-friendly products, and sea salt for the ocean lover who likes to cook (or really just anyone who likes to eat!).
If you need a little baby gift, these just might be the cutest teethers ever.
Because everyone could use:
Hope you found this gift guide helpful - happy gifting!