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The Small Business Corner: Magical Gifts

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The Small Business Corner: Magical Gifts

 WE here at People Magazine believe in the small business enterprise as a driver of our economy. We are strong supporters of those individuals who exhibit a strong entrepreneurial spirit. They are also great creators of jobs, no matter how big or small the task, and they often tend to do what they do simply for the love of it. They uplift so many people in this country. It is for this very reason that we feel we need to provide them with as much support we can possibly give.

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Who Are They?

Magical Gifts is a small, new business specialising in the making magical fairy lanterns. Colleen Matthews heads the enterprise. Her love for fairies and anything magical sparked the creation and subsequent realisation of this concept.

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What Do They Do?

Magical Gifts make magical fairy lanterns that are completely custom made. Each illuminated jar features various fantastical designs and different lighting options. This is only the beginning however. The company looks to expand beyond fairy lanterns. They aim to include other magical gifts in the near future as well.

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Where Are They Based?

 Magical Gifts is located in Fourways, Johannesburg. Customers can either collect their lanterns from Magical Gifts directly or they can have them delivered to local areas.  Shipping can also be arranged at an extra cost.

Who Benefits?

People who are on the lookout for interesting, alternative gifts need look no further. Magical Gifts is also an option for function organisers who seek unique table decorations or garden décor.

How Can You Help?

YOU can send your orders to [email protected]. They can also be contacted telephonically on 0791097592. Visit their Facebook page on Facebook.

 

Robert

Robert

Robert is a descendant of the stout Macpherson Clan out of the Scottish Highlands and can claim Robert the Bruce as a far-off cousin. He suffers from a severe form of Collectors’ Disease and sports an assortment of small valuable curious. In his spare time he works a full-time job, but his real prowess lies within his musical aptitude as a drummer. He is a semi-amateur of the instrument and although he claims beating a drumhead one of the more primal sensations man can experience, he feels it to be an unnatural exercise to pursue. If he could have his way, he’d have breakfast every meal of the day and is a fan of all things Roald Dahl.

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