981 days ago

Introducing Kinship Gifts

Kinship Gifts

Hello Neighbours,
I have just moved back to Tauranga and have opened a small unique gift shop in the Cambridge Heights shopping centre on Cambridge Road.
I share a shop with Two in One Dressmaking; we are a Mother/ Daughter team – Sabine continuing with Dressmaking and myself (Arwyn) running the gift shop.
Kinship Gifts is a stunning collection of Handcrafted German Christmas ornaments and Heirlooms that are imported directly from the South of Germany.
The shops collection also includes hand crafted pictures, make to measure table ware and locally made candles.
Please come in and discover this new treasure trove in town.


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