Father’s Day is just a few days away (Sunday 17th June) and if you’re yet to purchase a gift for your very own superhero, you may want to check out the excellent range of gifts in one of our favourite independent shops.
Let’s Make Something Beautiful is an absolute gem of a shop! Located in Skipton’s Craven Court Shopping Centre, it stocks a huge range of quirky gifts and branded merchandise. If your Dad is in an avid gamer, a wannabe superhero or has a little bit of a geeky side, you’re bound to find him the perfect Father’s Day present.
Owner, Zoe Dickinson, originally opened her shop to promote her freelance Graphic Design services and stock some of her beautiful bespoke wedding stationary. With so much space available to her, Zoe saw an opportunity to create her own little geeky world and stock the spacious shop with the things she loves.
As a passionate Harry Potter fan, she’s built up a very impressive selection of Hogwarts-inspired products. With a huge array of official wands, cloaks, keepsakes and stationary items that would impress even the darkest of wizards, Zoe will soon be dedicating an entire shop floor to The Boy Who Lived.
If Harry Potter isn’t your thing, there are plenty of other themes which may be more up your street. She’s got Marvel, Playstation, Nintendo, Unicorn and Plusheen, to name just a few!
Here, are just a few of the products from Let’s Make Something Beautiful which we think would make idea Father’s Day gifts:
Assassin’s Creed Chrome Mug – 9.99
These are just a few examples of the hundreds of quirky gifts stocked by Zoe at Let’s Make Something Beautiful. If you would like to see more, please head down to the shop in Craven Court. If you can’t make it down there, all her available products can be viewed and ordered on the Let’s Make Something Beautiful website. You can order online and collect in store or pay for home delivery.
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