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COSY CREATIONS FOR AUTUMN

Written by: Tabletop Crafter


Eight makes that will have you and your home feeling set for fall!

As the leaves turn, jumpers come out and everything pumpkin is on the mind, many of us flock to our closest homeware stores for this year’s autumnal offerings. This year, however, why not focus your attention on shopping small? Everybody has those ghost blankets and pumpkin pots you find on the supermarket shelves, but by shopping small, you can get your mittened hands on some delightfully unique treats. Let’s take a look at some of our favourite fall Hub findings!


How cute are the floppy ears on this forest green, beanie? Live out all your bunny life dreams with fluffy sherpa ears and a snug cream fleece lining, perfect for keeping your noggin warm as the chill draws in!


Would it be an Autumn round up if we didn’t include something pumpkin-inspired? We can’t get enough of Into the Realm’s candles, and their fall offerings are unsurprisingly on-point! We love the crackle tin, because what’s cosier than the low crackle of wood as your room fills with candle light and the scent of pumpkin? However, they do also offer mini versions and wax melts! Check out their whole Autumn range on their website!


If you love filling your space with cosy vibes and darker hues, you’ll be a fan of Rosey Cricket’s comforting prints. Two coffee cups next to a rainy window make us think of stormy nights inside with our favourite person, hands clasped around a coffee or hot chocolate, snug and warm. This print is 11x17 and comes on heavy card stock, ready for you to frame and hang in your comfiest corner.


What’s more snug than sharing a coffee with your buddy and playing a rules-lite TTRPG? To describe it through the words of the creator himself, “Bringing together inspirations from the Isekai genre and cultural classics such as Studio Ghibli, enter into a world centred around coffee and saving the world, one sip at a time: join together and rekindle your friendship; embrace the fantastical, and save yourselves from the banality of everyday life…”. At just £3 for the digital version, it’s an absolute bargain!


Wrap up warm with the cottage core champion, the frog! SucculentScribbles has a stunning froggy plush minky blanket, measuring 40x60in. This is the ultimate in cosy comfort, and is limited stock so make sure to get yours while you can! Special shout out to their Collector Blanket currently on preorder, and their cat ear hats! They also offer a 20% discount to Hub users, all you need to do is use code TableTop at checkout!


We’re back on candles, but this time how to display them! Martillo Workshop is a blacksmith, and hand-forges these gorgeous metal candle sticks. Each one is made free-hand, so you know they’re completely unique. A traditional Scandinavian design, you’d spot this style all over Sweden, and now you can have them in your own home!


Mushrooms! Of course, how could we not? And we absolutely adore The Forgotten Imp’s toadstool treats! With each order coming with a variety of designs, you can even mix and match depending on what kind of fungi you’re feeling. You can also grab a matching necklace from their store!


Refresh your workwear or convention couture with sweet moths in a delightful autumnal colourway with Lunamise’s Moth Lanyard! These are such good quality, fabric lanyards with a breakaway clasp on one end and a gold clasp for your keys or pass on the other. It also features a faux leather tab above the gold clasp, making it extra secure! They have a whole range of Autumn wares available in their store, too! They also offer a 10% discount to Hub users, so simply pop in the code TABLETOP10 on checkout!


All shops and products were open and accurate at the time of writing. Small businesses will change stock, or run on drop systems, so make sure to check out their page if a product/link is no longer showing.


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