Beatrix Potter Gift Ideas from the National Trust Online Shop
Beatrix Potter was a great supporter of the National Trust. When she died in 1943, she left 15 farms and over 4,000 acres of land to the National Trust. And Hill Top Farm was kept exactly as it had been when she lived in it - as she wanted. Thousands of people visit every year.
The National Trust has some great Beatrix Potter gifts, perfect for fans and lovers of Beatrix Potter books. Here are my favourite few:
For anyone who loves their tea, how about this Tea Tin Gift Set? It comes with three metal tea caddies. Each has 20 lovely tea bags, and has a different character from the Beatrix Potter stories.
This charming Peter Rabbit Classic Cup & Saucer comes in a card gift sleeve depicting the illustrations of Beatrix Potter. Even if you choose not to actually use it, I think it would make for a lovely decoration piece in the home.
This delightful Peter Rabbit teacup and saucer is made from fine bone china. It's decorated with classic images from The Tale of Peter Rabbit. Looking at Peter Rabbit as you lift your cup to take a drink will surely give you a smile every time you have a cup of tea!
Peter Rabbit Cushion
The Tapestry Cushion has been finely woven by skilled weavers on jacquardlooms and it is meticulously hand finished with a oncealed zip-fastener and removable curled feather pad.
Look After the Lake District
The money will help fund work on the stone walls and hedgerows, the fells, woods, meadows and, of course, the lakes.