Online gift shop, good-luck-gifts.com has launched range of virtual e-Gifts to allow people to send presents over the internet in an environmentally-friendly fashion. The gifts carry an assortment of messages to cater for all types of occasions . . and people can add their own messages too.
Designed for busy people who often don’t have the time to wait for a normal gift to arrive in the post (or by courier) – or who have maybe left things a bit late, these are easily-sent gifts that have a very low impact on the environment. They can pass on a Good Luck message, or say Congratulations, Best Wishes or With Love . . completely online.
“If nothing else, it helps brighten peoples’ lives by letting them know you are thinking of them,” say site owner and founder, Melanie Bourne. “Because we are based in Spain, many of the e-Gifts possess the magical symbol of the lucky Indalo – a well-known local good luck symbol that is reputed to offer protection and prosperity. But because the gifts are ‘virtual’, little or no harm is done to the environment.”
The e-Gifts are also an extremely useful as a means of sending a present (or wish) last minute, or even a convenient and fast solution for someone who has forgotten to send their special wish on a particular day. Of course all gifts are also available as real items too – for example ceramic tiles, porcelain plates, wall plaques, business card holders, and so on.
“Environmentally-friendly gifts with magical powers to make people feel good: What could be better!” says Melanie.
More information: good-luck-gifts.com is owned by Indalo Art . . an English-run business in Andalucia, Spain, that produces artistic jewellery and household gifts based on the good luck symbol of the Indalo – a rainbow-man figure made famous by the ancient Indian tribes like the Sioux, the Hopi and the Cree, and the neolithic civilisations of southern Spain some 4,500 years ago. Every lucky charmstone or item of jewelry is a natural, hand-crafted product. Indalo Art is involved with the art and culture of Spain, not only through the Indalo symbol but also by being active within local society – teaching art, and supporting a local centre for people with learning difficulties in order to give alumni more independence and a better quality of life.
Websites: www.good-luck-gifts.com & www.indaloart.com
Indalo Art is an active member of Ethical Junction, learn more