Thank You

Thank You

Thank You

Hello Friends

I hope you and your loved ones are well.

I wanted to take a moment to say thank you. Thank you for all your support over these troubling few months; thank you for every order you've placed, review you've written, message you've sent, or recommendation you've made. It means a lot and it's meant we're still here.

Lockdown has been scary for a lot of businesses, especially the small, independent ones and self-employed creatives. Many of us have not weathered that storm well but thanks to you, OMCH is OK. It's lifted a huge weight of my shoulders. I feel so grateful to you all.

As things start to return to a new normal, I'll be continuing to support small businesses, independent makers, and self-employed creatives as often as I can. They still need our support especially when so many have not been eligible for government support and we have no idea what the next few months or even years will look like.

At the beginning of lockdown, there was a 10% sitewide discount to encourage you to support OMCH if you were able to. To say thank you, that 10% discount is available again for August only. Enter the code: HOPEFUL at checkout, or click here and it will be automatically applied.

If you're not looking for jewellery right now, below is a short list of some of my favourite small businesses (find lots more here!) If you want to treat yourself or purchase a gift for someone else, please shop small and support independents; it makes a huge difference.

Dark Times Apothecary for foraged tinctures and balms
Ellyla for sustainably-made bags
Kin Home for homewares and gifts
Nathalie Bond for natural and cruelty-free skincare
Root Houseplants for beautiful houseplants and pots
The People Shop for homewares and handmade clothes

Keep well, stay safe.


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About the Author: Sophie Davies

Sophie is a freelance writer and full-time jeweller. She has been writing about simple living and sustainability for almost ten years; exploring eco-habits, conscious living, and sustainable jewellery. She writes for a variety of brands and publications as well as her personal blog, A Considered Life.