We all need a little me-time every now and then. A bit of time where we just stop and look after ourselves and do something for ourselves. Undefined Little Boxes are the perfect thing to help you do it.
Based in North Yorkshire, the aim of Undefined Little Boxes is to create “undefined magical moments in little boxes, made for you or as a gift for someone special”. The company specialise in gift boxes that fit right through the letterbox.
Created by Nicole Frazer the boxes are a great way to treat yourself or a friend and loved one who is in need of a little me time. The packaging for the boxes are all ethically sourced, the shredder filler inside the boxes is made from recycled coffee cups. Nicole is also passionate about working with local businesses to fill the boxes with goodies.
One of our favourite boxes is the Cocktail Night in Box. This box is a cocktail lovers dream. It’s the best pick me up for a rough day, especially as it’s a little hard to go out with your mates at the moment. The box doesn’t contain any alcohol but what it does do is help you enhance your fave drink. It features an exclusive bag of Prosecco gummy bears, A luxurious handmade bar of blackberry mojito chocolate from Kacao Chocolatarie, Three DJs Cold Infusions (they add a beautiful fragrance and flavour to your G&T), And you can’t forget some straws and stirrers!
Another of our favourites is the Pamper Box which would make a great treat for yourself, a friend or a loved one who you know just needs an excuse to take some time for themself.
Undefined Little Boxes is also stocking some Christmas themed boxes if you are looking for a last-minute gift that’s a bit different for someone.
Not only is Undefined Little Boxes really passionate about supporting local businesses and making their boxes as ethical as possible, but they also support and raise awareness for charities and important causes. Earlier this year they teamed up with Beauty blogger and face of Lupus UK, Beth Does Beauty to raise money and awareness of Lupus as part of Lupus Awareness month. They created limited-edition boxes which sold out within a couple of weeks and raise £150 for Lupus UK.