WRENDALE DESIGNS BY HANNAH DALE


I love it when I find bespoke and one of a kind products that really do deserve a mention. I was recently introduced to an illustrator called Hannah Dale. She started her designs and illustrations from her kitchen table in Lincolnshire and is now the proud owner of Wrendale Designs; with the help from her husband on the business side of things. 

Inspired by everything outdoors in the beauty countryside of Lincolnshire, Hannah started by painting hares and other wild animals. Hannah was then commissioned to illustrate a book with different dog breeds; with quirky facts to go alongside each breed. 


From the completion of this product, Wrendale Designs now has a wide collection of pet illustrated products; including pet tins and bowls for cats and dogs and homeware products too. However, all of her original paintings of wild animals can be found on products such as mugs and notebooks. There really is something for everyone at Wrendale Designs. 

Hannah asked if I'd like to pick some of her products to feature. I chose the dog food tin for Elsie and the cat treat tin for Albert, and the three of us was very excited to receive these in the post. 

Elsie has a mix of dry and wet food for both breakfast and dinner, so the dog food tin is perfect for keeping her dry pellets in. It is slightly larger than the treat tins - with a white body and slightly off grey lid; matching the decor of our kitchen perfectly!


The whole tin is illustrated with different dog breeds; including pugs and beagles. It also comes with a sturdy scoop which is really handy when transferring the food from tin to bowl. This tin is priced at just £23 which I think is an amazing price.


Elsie really loves it too and sat proudly next to her new food tin for a picture (or 30!). Fact: I always have to entice her with treats for these kinds of photos, or she doesn't cooperate! 


Albert's treat tin is perfect for him as he has a slight addiction to the cat treats called Dreamies. They are basically like cocaine for cats! There's some little beef sticks from the supermarket which he loves too, so we now keep these in his new tin. 


Again, the cat tin is illustrated with lots of different breeds of cats, and is the perfect size. It's slightly cheaper at £14.00 and utterly purr-fect for your feline friend too. 

A massive thank you to Wrendale Designs for these beautiful and unique pet tins. They sit very proudly on our kitchen shelves and the fur-babies love them too!

Disclaimer: PR samples. 

20 comments

  1. Aw, I love your dog! These designs are gorgeous too, I can't resist an animal design.

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    1. Me either, especially when dogs are involved haha!!

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  2. That cat treat can is right up my alley....so very cute!

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  3. Those tins are lovely - the designs are so cute! Perfect for storing treats in too. x

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  4. Omgh the cat tin is just adorable!! Might need to treat my cat to one of these!

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    1. Hehe, I am sure your cat would love it too!

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  5. Oh these are super cute! We have a dog and I just store his treats in a boring Tupperware tub! I am so going to get these!!!

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    1. Hehe, I am glad you like them! They are much more fun than using tupperware :)

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  6. Aaawww we have two new kittens - I love the Treats tin. Kaz x

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    1. Aww pet kittens sound fun! Our cat is about 4 now!

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  7. Aww these are so cute. I have a Mason jar that I keep my kitties treats in, so this is far cuter x

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    1. A mason jar is a pretty good idea too though!

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  8. These are really cute, they look a little rustic which I like x

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    1. I love that look too. I can't believe how well they match our kitchen! x

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  9. What gorgeous little tins! I also keep my dry dog food in a big tin like this, just makes things so much easier when it comes to feeding time and when you live with 8 dogs like me, anything to make life easier is a win in my books! haha

    Natasha | @ofthesaintsUK

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  10. These are adorable - your photos are gorgeous too! x

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