We Heart This Online Store
Shopping online seems to be gaining ground in South Africa and consumers are certainly reaping the benefit with a wide variety of wonderful goodies now available to purchase from the comfort of your own home and in your own time! We Heart This is a new online shop featuring beautifully crafted, handmade goodies all locally designed and produced. Co-owners Megan Kenney and Debbie Reabow’s search for beautiful products online led them to start their own store – combing South Africa and surrounds for unique items that they would love to buy. It's your one stop shop solution to discover handmade South African designs ranging from jewellery to homeware, body products to art and many more.
Rings from Milame Jewellery
I'm a sucker for pretty jewellery and claim a girl can never have enough accessories - I love this selection especially these dainty little rings!
Selection of jewellery from A Bird Named Frank, Starbright Girl and MilameWild Olive are some of my very favourite natural body products - the Florae body scrub especially!
Wild Olive Home and Body Products.
Beautiful stationery makes my heart beat faster....
Stationery from Jesse Breytenbach. A divine selection of little box prints! A line up of three would look super cute in any room of my home - hint hint...
Block art prints by Ingrid Hall
I love this selection of quirky cushions! The chevron one really appeals to me...
Scatter Cushions from Zana ProductionsFor more information pop over to we-heart-this.com or visit the We Heart This Facebook page. Text and images: Kathryn Rossiter As the author of Becoming You, Kathryn is a mom of two, wife of nine (years that is!), Capetonian, book lover, chocoholic, francophile, magazine addict, prettiness magpie, amateur photographer, jewellery junkie, sometimes gardener, wannabe world traveller (on hold for now), terrible saver, reluctant chef, creative crafter, art film watcher, impatient driver, children’s book collector, list maker, saved by grace… She blogs to connect with the world and to remind herself of who she is aside from someone’s mom.