Toys 4 Tikes
Toys 4 Tikes is an online toy store and gift shop, operating in the West Midlands, United Kingdom. It is also a subsidiary of Sparkleme Enterprises, a UK registered company. Toys 4 Tikes has a wide
Jewellery & Gifts
We are based in Aldridge, Walsall and we strive to offer a wide range of jewellery to suit all ages and budgets. With our wealth of experience and vast selection of jewellery and giftware, we are able
Decorations 4 U
Welcome to Decorations4U, professional venue decorators with many years of experience and offering a nationwide service. From simple and effective decorations to full event management, we can help
Shop In The Square
Struggling to find unique handmade gifts? Shop in the Square offers high quality locally made handmade gifts. Our Wolverhampton shop is crammed with unique arts, crafts, jewellery and accessories,
A Little Bit Of Blighty
A Little Bit of Blighty Ltd is a charismatic shop in Cannock, Staffordshire. Come and visit us and see what little Vintage surprises we may have for you to reminisce of 'days gone by'. Maybe you would
Carabou
Carabou has an unrivaled range of balloons that will add to any celebration or special occasion. The enormous range of balloons at Carabou includes latex balloons and foil balloons in an array of
Hugs & Kisses
We offer our customers stylish and unusual products with a strong emphasis on quality and value. The items offered on this site are only a fraction of what you will find in our shops. High quality the
Letterbox Flower Cards
I had worked in business on-line services for most of my career and, whilst a solid profession, was always at odds with my burning desire to follow my real passions of crafting and floristry. I had
Claire's CraftHouse
Thanks so much for taking an interest in me and my work. I founded Claire's CraftHouse because I love making gorgeous things, but as a busy mummy to my two little pickles, aged one and three, and two
Lucky Sixpence Gifts
For many, many years people have believed that a sixpence is a lucky coin. During the late 1940's the supply of silver coins slowly disappeared. It was then that sixpences became the coin, as