Ethical History Museum Giveaway

handpainted mouse broochI’m excited to share this fun giveaway with you! We recently fell in love with the adorable hand painted animals from Ethical History Museum. Each piece is hand painted and hand cut by artist Natalie Hough. All the wooden animal jewelry is made with recycled wood too!

We also love that Natalie gives 15% of the money she makes to animal charities (Riverside Animal Centre in London at the moment). She has offered one lucky reader their choice of anything from her shop. The giveaway is open worldwide too!

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Which of the lovely animals in her shop would you choose if you won? I know I would have a hard time deciding! I especially like the mouse, the goldfish, and the squirrel.

handpainted goldfish brooch

Thanks for hosting a giveaway with us Natalie, and for donating to animal charities!

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14 Responses to Ethical History Museum Giveaway

  1. Chloe DiVita says:

    There are two owls and I love owls! 🙂

  2. These are beautiful! The Tiger pin would be purrfect for Mom Paula’s niece.

  3. Flea says:

    What cool pins! Pick me!

  4. Dog Mom Days says:

    These are so super cute. It’s wonderful that she donates 15% to animal charities!

  5. rshubin says:

    These are gorgeous! I would choose the fox pin!

  6. kelly says:

    Oooh its a hard choice. Maybe the hedgie for my business partner…or the penguin for my bestie…or the mouse for ME!

  7. Cathy says:

    I’d choose the Owl Spirit Animal since I LOVE animals.

  8. I would choose the hamster. Just love those little guys.

  9. I really like the Indian Cow Spirit piece.

  10. rycjordan says:

    Those are so cute! I think I’d choose the mole, but I like them all.

  11. Patty says:

    I would choose the Emperor Penguin for my girlfriend. She loves penguins

  12. C. Lee Reed says:

    These are so adorable. I am in love with the mouse. I hope I win.

  13. Very cool! As a cat blogger I am torn between the Lion & Tiger.

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