Easter edition Customisable House shelf sitter - your special words - large cottage

Personalised

by The Pip House

£18.95

Easter decor. Letterbox friendly handmade keepsake with your choice of words and roof colour, perfect customised / personalised gift for Easter.

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  • UK - £2.00
  • International - £10.55

Product description

Easter edition Personalised cottage - LARGE


These keepsakes measure approximately 10x10x1.5cm and make a lovely letterbox gift.


Handmade from reclaimed skirting board, finished with a rusty nail chimney and your choice of roof pattern.


There are four colourways available - please choose at checkout.

Personalise with a bible verse, song or special words of your choice.

A perfect pick-me-up treat for you or a friend.  Let’s spread joy and encouragement to each other-send someone a Pip House in the post today!


TO PERSONALISE:  When placing your order, please add a note with your words of choice - maximum of 36 digits, which will be hand stamped on the front of the house.


***GOOD TO KNOW*** 


Your personalised house will arrive in a recycled brown paper pocket with a handwritten Pip House postcard.


If this is a gift, I can send straight to recipient with your note.  

Please add your message at the check out.


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Please note this is an ornament and not suitable as a toy.


Handmade at The Pip House, Coventry, UK

Meet the Maker

The Pip House

Handmade original reclaimed wood art by mixed media artist Pippa Fitzgerald. The Pip House explores and celebrates all that makes a house a home. This series features Christian inspired lyrics and bible verses.

Through her art,  Pippa explores themes  of Home, childhood memories, the changing seasons, and a love of old houses.  


Originally gaining an Art Foundation at The Berkshire College of Art and Design, Pippa went on to graduate from Derby University with Fashion Studies BA(Hons).  Always having had a desire to help others through creativity, Pippa was initially involved in the fair trade side of fashion.   She changed course  and settled into running creative social enterprises in the mental health arena.  Taking redundancy over a decade later, Pippa saw the opportunity to develop as a full time artist, and now enjoys making and creating in between the school runs!  


Pippa's desire and motivation is to use her artwork to offer an opportunity for reflection of the past, to inspire and bring joy into the present, and make a connection on a deeper level.

Welcome to The Pip House!


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