Our sweet filled shops provided the perfect backdrop for some sugary mathematics this Christmas as customers took part in our ‘Guess the Number of Flying Saucer Sweets’ comp.
Last year our brilliant window designer, Kathryn, decorated our shop fronts with these amazing seashell wreaths. They were so popular that we put a ‘how to’ video together, which also went down a storm, so we’re sharing it again this year. It’s the perfect guide to creating a very seaside take on the traditional Christmas decoration. Enjoy!
One of our Olympic Rowers, Helen Glover, has recently been on a training camp in sunny Majorca. If you think that sounds like a bit of a jolly in the sun, think again…
The world famous Mousehole Christmas Lights adorn the Cornish coastline again this year and everyone at Seasalt agrees they are the ultimate display and a ‘must-see’ part of any Christmas celebrations in Cornwall!
Kelly and I have just been over to St Petrocs homeless charity in Truro this afternoon to deliver 30 pairs of donated Seasalt Fluffies Socks for the homeless for Christmas. To say that we’re moved by the charity is a complete understatement.
This position has now been filled. Thank you to everyone who expressed an interest.
We love a little craft project here at Seasalt HQ, so recycling old magazines into Crimble baubles is right up our street. Here’s our step by step guide to making festival paper baubles, perfect for hanging on the tree, bunched into garlands or simply on their own.
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Every year Penzance holds the Montol Festival. A six day celebration of Cornish traditions that ends with a huge event in Penzance on 21st December. Throughout the week there are all sorts of seasonal activities and events, including lantern making workshops, bands, carol services, craft fairs, storytelling and late night shopping.
Here at Seasalt we love all things nautical and what’s more nautical than a fleet of boats? We’re a little too busy to make a real fleet of boats so here is our office alternative made in paper. We came up with some alternative uses for your personal fleet:
- Racing, whether in a stream or setting out to sea.
- Name places, with all the festive feasts this season they are perfect for keeping your guests organised.
- Sweets dishes. A great alternative use for your dining table.
- A variation on the traditional party hat.
- Attach some thread and they can hang off your Christmas tree.
If you would like some written instructions on how to create your very own boat, click here to download our PDF