Let's Celebrate Gift Pack

Let's Celebrate Gift Pack


Red Hill Candle Co

This gift pack is made up of some of our favourite things that have that celebratory feel. It comes in a gift box and includes:

  • 1 large soy wax candle - choose your own fragrance
  • 1 pair of Foxie Collective earrings - choose your own style and colour
  • 1 block of Jala Jala Treats Chocolates - choose your own flavour

Select your candle fragrance, earring choice and chocolate choice from the dropdown menus. *Note dried flowers, pot and plant not included*

Send this pack straight to the recipient

To send this gift pack directly to the recipient simply enter their address in the shipping section at the checkout. We also have a range greeting cards available which you can add to your order. When adding a greeting card you can leave a short message in the notes at the checkout and we will handwrite your message in your card for you. 

Shipping is free for all orders $80 and over, or a flat rate applies of $10 Australia wide for all orders under $80. Alternatively you can pick up free in store during our opening hours, select 'Pick Up' at the checkout and we'll have the gift pack ready and waiting for you.

About this pack

Soy candle: Your choice Red Hill Candle Co's large soy wax candles with a burn time of +48hours 

Earrings: Gorgeous earring (choose from 2 styles which each come in 3 colour options) from Mornington local maker Foxie Collective. Chloe makes these in her home studio from hand drawn designs made from translucent acrylic. They come with surgical steel studs for sensitive ears.

Jumbo daisy studs are approx. 4.5cm length & 3cm width. 

Jumbo daisy hoops are approx. 5.5cm length &  4.5 cm width

Chocolates: Jala Jala Treats creamy white chocolate 100g blocks showcases Indigenous ingredients, carefully balancing the smooth joy of high quality cocoa butter with the lively pleasures of Australian bush flavours. Founder Sharon Brindley is a Yamatji/Noongar woman and the proud owner of Cooee Café, the only Indigenous cafe on the Mornington Peninsula in Victoria.