Hi, I'm Siobhan the face behind HAH. Here on our blog I share behind the scenes photos and work in progress, my favourite pieces from other brands and one or two DIY projects for you to try at home.
By hahonline, Apr 17 2019 10:31AM
Doing our bit for the planet has always been really important to me.
All your orders come wrapped in paper bags, recycled tissue or shredded paper and are slipped securely into paper mailers or recycled boxes. I collect surplus boxes from various retailers and save them from being disposed of and seal them using paper tape from Non Plastic Beach this means all of our packaging is 100% recyclable and can be popped into your recycling bin.
All of our tags and paper goods are printed on recycled card stock by Eco Colour Print a reponsible printing company. ECP are also local which means our printed goods don’t have to travel far to get to us keeping our carbon footprint low.
Our garments are also printed locally, cutting down on transportation of goods, plus we are able to support another local independent business (supporting our local high street not just the envirmoent). Our printer uses every last scrap of vinyl - nothing goes to waste.
Our t-shirts are manufactured with the environment in mind and are Oeko-Tex 100 certified to ensure that there are no nasty chemicals used in their creation. Good for the earth and kind to even the most sensitive of skin.
I could go on.... but rest assured that every single product we make or have made has had a lot of thought go into it, from the fun bits like the designing and styling to the stickers that seal our parcels I do everything I can to make as little negative impact on the planet as I can.
We'll be sharing more about our ethos soon including lots of information about why we love creating products from recycled materials and why we make products that can be used over and over and over...
By hahonline, Apr 17 2019 10:07AM
We have been featured alongside our friends HelloDODO on the Etsy blog in a post about gender-neutral fashion - something we are incredibly passionate about.
You can read the kind things they had to say about us, plus check out the other fantastic shops included by visiting the blog here 5 Inclusive Shops for Gender-Neutral Fashion
By hahonline, Aug 4 2018 01:57PM
Slime is the latest craze, the new POG's if you like (showing my age a little there).
Kids of all ages are going crazy for this sticky, sensory delight
It really is super easy to make with just few simple ingredients. You can follow our step by step instructions below or check out our Instagram archive for the video version.
We’ve chosen to make a transparent glittery slime but it’s totally customisable. You can add different colour paint, glitter and even beads - the possibilities’ really are endless.
You can by Elmer's Magical Liquid from Hobbycraft or Amazon. We used Brian Clegg clear glue, Contact lens soluation from Morrisons and these glitter sachets (as you only need a small amount per slime portion).
3.Once you've added all your ingredients you will need to mix your solution thoroughly.
Top tip: If you find your solution is still too runny, add a little more glue.
Now you are ready to add your desired colouring and effects. I'm using pink glitter and tiny pink heart sequins.
5. You'll need to give your solution another good mix.
...and there you go. It really is that easy and this will keep the kids amused for hours (well, a few minutes at least).
Disclaimer: Some of the products used in this DIY blog can cause skin sensitivity or reaction (Elmer's Magical Liquid and PVA Glue). This DIY is not suitable for those under 4 years and we advise parental supervision throughout the making process. Slime and its ingredients are not suitable for comsumption and can cause a choking hazard.
Although water based, slime can cause damage to carpets, clothing and upholstry.
By hahonline, Jul 14 2018 01:51PM
You can find the video over on our Instagram archive
By hahonline, Jul 14 2018 08:21AM
You can find the video tutorial over on our Instagram archive.
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