WIN – A Handcrafted British-Made Leather Classic Card Holder

Roslyn Whiting Leathercraft has teamed up with us to offer you the chance to win a hand-cut, 100% leather card holder.

A Handcrafted Brown Leather Classic Card Holder from Roslyn Whiting Leathercraft

Roslyn Whiting Leathercraft has been hand crafting quality leather goods in the Scottish Borders since 2011. Using traditional methods to make leather goods that are both stylish and built to last for life’s adventures.

Care is taken to use quality and locally sourced materials, including British tanned leather and British-made buckles. Inspiration is taken from the beautiful surroundings of Melrose, where Roslyn’s workshop is based.

Whether you’re looking for a made-to-last luxury belt or a small leather accessory for the home or to give as a gift, there is something in Roslyn’s collection sure to impress.

All of Roslyn’s leather goods are made with vegetable tanned leather, which is the traditional way of preserving leather using tree bark. It takes longer to tan, but it uses fewer chemicals than the chrome tanned process, so it is gentler on the environment.

Offering a new product range that has a classic style without compromising on quality, Roslyn’s’ Classic Collection features a leather card holder and a leather belt. Still made with the same care and attention to detail and top quality British materials, this collection is the perfect option for those looking for an affordable gift for loved ones.

To celebrate the launch of Roslyn Whiting Leathercraft’s newest Classic Collection, she has teamed up with Make it British to offer a handcrafted British brown leather classic card holder to one lucky winner.

Holding up to 6 cards comfortably, this slim card holder is perfect for when you don’t want to carry anything big in your pocket or bag.

Brown Leather Classic Card Holder from Roslyn Whiting Leathercraft

Find out more about Roslyn Whiting Leathercraft and their products here.

To be in with a chance to win this amazing prize simply answer the following question and enter your details below.

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