If you’re anything like me you’ve got lots of unused boxes from various jewellery purchases lying around and clogging up your house. Now ideally I would keep all my jewellery in the boxes it came in so that it stays looking its best for years to come. However, I tend to decant it into transparent compartmentalized jewellery storage drawers (I use these ones from Muji) so that I can easily see what I’ve got when I’m getting ready in the morning.
So, what to do with all these boxes? I feel like they’re always too good quality to recycle, but they also take up loads of drawer space!
Introducting the box return scheme
If this sounds like you too then don’t worry, help is at hand. I’ve just introduced a box return scheme which means you can send back your unwanted Elin Horgan Jewellery boxes in return for a voucher that gives you money off your next online order.
How do I return my unwanted jewellery boxes?
It’s super simple to claim your voucher, just dig out your box or boxes and drop me a line. I will send you a stamped addressed envelope to put your boxes in which you’ll then just need to drop off at your nearest post box.
For between 1 and 3 boxes you will receive a £5 off voucher and for 4+ boxes you will receive a £10 voucher. To qualify for a voucher all I ask is that the boxes have no visible marks or scratches on them. I will then either refurbish and reuse the box for another order or use it to protect pieces that I send away for casting or gold plating.
Got some boxes to return? Get in touch with me on email@example.com now and start making money from your unwanted stuff.
Elin Horgan designs and creates handmade jewellery in her Bristol studio. Elin’s beautifully simple handmade jewellery is carefully crafted and designed to be worn every day. You can read more about Elin’s work and the ethos behind her understated jewellery brand on her About Elin Horgan Jewellery page.